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Looking for things to do Tuesday? Try the “Game of Thrones? concert

Arianna Auber
aauber@statesman.com
Yearning for the final season of “Game of Thrones?? You can at least listen to music from all the past seasons with a concert at the Erwin Center. Contributed by HBO

1. “Game of Thrones” Live Concert Experience

8 p.m. Sept. 18. $39.50-$99.50. 1701 Red River St. uterwincenter.com.

Missing all your favorite Westeros characters? Can’t wait until the final season returns next year? You know you do. And so many, many others, which is no doubt why this concert is at the massive Frank Erwin Center. Famed composer Ramin Djawadi has been bringing Westeros to arenas across Europe and North America and will lead an orchestra and choir performing music from all seven seasons of the Emmy Award-winning HBO series. (And remember: Erwin Center’s clear bag policy is in effect for this event.)

2. K.D. Lang at Paramount Theatre

8 p.m. Sept. 18. $50-$160. 713 Congress Ave. austintheatre.org.

The Canadian singer-songwriter already was a breakout country artist when she released “Ingenue” in 1992, but that album blew the doors off of all stylistic preconceptions about Lang’s music. It became by far her biggest-selling album in the U.S., going double-platinum behind the singles “Constant Craving” and “Miss Chatelaine.” She’ll perform “Ingenue” in its entirety at this show, along with other favorites from her storied and stellar four-decade career as a recording artist. Mak Grgic opens. — Peter Blackstock

3. The Hotel Ella Salon Series: “We Were There” with Sandy Carson

6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 18. Free. 1900 Rio Grande St. hotelellasalonseries.splashthat.com.

Explore the symbiotic relationship between a band and its fans with the latest installment of Hotel Ella’s Salon Series, which features guest speaker Sandy Carson. In his photography book, “We Were There,” Carson captures the energy of live concerts by turning his focus from the stage to the crowd. And at the talk, he will share stories from his years of covering local music festivals and concerts. RSVP to reserve your spot to the limited-capacity event. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

4. Jill Lear + Katie Maratta at Gallery Shoal Creek

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, noon to 5 p.m. Saturday through Sept. 29. 2832 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. galleryshoalcreek.com.

Locale — a sense of place — dominates in parallel exhibitions at Gallery Shoal Creek showcasing Lear, who is focusing on the language and essence of trees, and Maratta, who creates “horizonscapes” focusing specifically on Texas. Lear has tended to focus on nature, the magnificence of trees in particular, and explores how we process the world around us. For Maratta, West Texas provides ample inspiration for her wide expanses; the signature piece of her current series, however, took her south to document the border wall.