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Zac Brown Band, Zedd tickets on sale this week

Rachel Corbelli
Zedd, who performed at last year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival, will bring his beats to the Austin360 Amphitheater on Sept. 24. Tickets go on sale May 21.

Fresh off the April 28 release of their fourth studio album, “Jekyll + Hyde,” Zac Brown Band announced a North American stadium tour. The album hit the top spot on the Billboard 200 this week, which helped the band make history as only the second act to ever reach No. 1 on both the Country Radio and Rock Radio charts. Zac Brown Band’s tour will stop at the Austin360 Amphitheater at Circuit of the Americas on Nov. 8, and tickets for the show go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

Multi-platinum and Grammy award-winning artist Zedd will also be hitting the road this fall behind his new album “True Colors,” which will be released Monday. The Russian-German producer and DJ broke into Top 40 radio with his first album, “Clarity,” in 2012. The first single from his new album features Selena Gomez and has spent 11 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Zedd brings his beats to the Austin360 Amphitheater on Sept. 24, and tickets go on sale May 21.

Other shows with tickets on sale this week:

• Elle King at Lambert’s (June 20)

• Good Old War at the Parish (Aug. 2)

• Total Control at Mohawk (Aug. 8)

• Raekwon and Ghostface Killah at Emo’s (Aug. 9)

• O’Reilly Auto Parts Toughest Monster Truck Tour at Cedar Park Center (Aug. 14-15)

• Kraftwerk at Bass Concert Hall (Sept. 25)

• Marc DeMarco at Stubb’s BBQ (Oct. 20)

• Jackson Browne at Bass Concert Hall (Oct. 21)

• My Morning Jacket at Austin Music Hall (Oct. 22, 23)

• Gerard Way at Emo’s (Oct. 28)

• Heartless Bastards at Mohawk (Nov. 21)

• Disney Live! at Frank Erwin Center (Dec. 19)

East Austin on film

A group of University of Texas students who have worked on documentaries about East Austin as part of a class project this semester will debut their films at two screenings Saturday. The premieres, at 6 p.m. at the Zavala Elementary Auditorium, 310 Robert Martinez Jr. St., and 8:30 p.m. at Kenny Dorham’s Backyard, 1106 E. 11th St., are free and open to the public. The short films include “Jumpolin: Gentrification Refugees,” “Miss Lola: The Nubian Queen of East Austin” and “The Foundation: How Graffiti Art Came to East Austin.”

The end of ‘Mad Men’

The series finale of “Mad Men” airs Sunday night on AMC. After you’ve had some time to process what unfolds, join our live chat at noon Monday to talk about your reaction and all things “Mad Men” with Joe Gross, Dale Roe and other fans at austin360.com.

Next week in Austin360: Get out your sunglasses and get ready to dive into summer fun. Our staff reveals their summertime bucket list, plus details about summer music, cocktails, family and arts events, movies and more. And as a bonus next week only, four pages of crosswords and other puzzles.