Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at One World Theater. You might remember this Los Angeles swing revival bad from such movies as “Swingers” and, well, just “Swingers.” Put on your dancing shoes. 7:30 and 9:30 sets. $41 to $81. 7701 Bee Cave Road. oneworldtheater.org — Joe Gross
Also playing: Zac Brown Band at Austin360 Amphitheater; Low Times, Smoking White at Trailer Space; Rust, Ruby Fray, Sweat Lodge, Ancient VVisdom at Hotel Vegas; Bam Margera at the Parish; Excited States, Militant Babies at the Hole in the Wall; Boyfrndz, Feuding Fathers at Holy Mountain; Marijuana Law for Musicians at the Mohawk; The South Austin Moonlighters at Lamberts; the Soul Supporters, Greg Izor at the Scoot Inn; Footnotes, The Spoils at Frontier Bar; Ruby Jane, Jericho, Ben Baxter at Stubb’s; The Manor Trio, Bison Cain at the Sahara Lounge; Mike and the Moonpies, The Moonhangers, Silas Lowe at the White Horse.
Austin Reggae Festival at Auditorium Shores. This is the 20th annual Austin Reggae Festival, which continues through Sunday. Check out sets this evening from I Drenz, Ancestree and headliners the Wailers. Tickets are $15 advance, $20 day of show. Gates at 3 p.m. (11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.) 950 W. Riverside Drive. austinreggaefest.com.
Also playing: Convergence XIX - Gathering ov Bats at various clubs; Rick Springfield at the The Backyard at Bee Cave; Cheryl Wheeler at the Cactus Cafe; The People’s Temple, La Migra, Mirror Travel at the Mohawk; Har Mar Superstar, Exploded Drawing, Purple at Red 7; Hundred Visions, Quin Galavis at Hotel Vegas; Alien Knife Fight, Bad Lucifer at Frontier Bar; The A.M. Prowlers, Ditch Witch at the Legendary White Swan; Fly Society Camp ATX at Holy Mountain; Youngblood Hawke at the Parish; Subrosa Union at Flamingo Cantina; The Stooges Brass Band, Flow Tribe at Antones; Topaz and the Golden Dawn Arkestra at the Sahara Lounge.
Bob Mould at Mohawk. Former Husker Du and Sugar front man and professional wrestling writer returns to Austin as he tours in support of his 2012 solo album “The Silver Age.” With Ringo Deathstarr. $20. 9 p.m. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com — Peter Mongillo
Also playing: Three’s Away, Animal Train and Profane Anything Band at Trailer Space; Umphrey’s McGee at Stubb’s; East Cameron Folkcore, Not In the Face and Gilded Splinters at the White Horse; Suite 709, Roxy Roca, Emily Bell and Edison Chair at Antone’s; Austin Reggae Festival at Auditorium Shores; Guy Forsyth at the Saxon Pub; Convergence XIX at Beerland, Elysium and Valhalla; Pantyraid and Devin the Dude at Emo’s East; Hey Loretta! Hillbilly Hoedown and Pie Social at the Continental Club.
Convergence XIX: Gathering ov Bats. This is the final night of the yearly Goth-a-palooza known as “Convergence.” Shows are at various venues and have been going on since Friday. Scary Lady Sarah and William Faith DJ at Elysium, Bloody Knives, Rescue Mission and the Nimbus play Beerland and DJs Garz, AsuraSunil, Voodoo and more are at Valhalla. Check out gatheringovbats.net/cxix for more information. — J.G.
Also playing: 2013 AMP UnGala with Alejandro Escovedo, Bright Light Social Hour, Erika Wennerstrom, more at ACL Live; Austin Reggae Festival at Auditorium Shores; Crystal Castles, Doldrums at the Austin Music Hall; iamdynamite, The Virginmarys, Language Room at the Parish; No Kid$, Boozwa, Dick Mountain at the Volstead Lounge; Urban Achivers Brass Band, Blue Ribbon Healers at the White Horse; Manic Moxie, Prudence, We’re Good Kids at the Red Eyed Fly.
Dale Watson at the Continental Club. Austin-based country/rockabilly artist Watson recently released a new album, “El Rancho Azul.” 10 p.m. $7. 1315 S. Congress Ave. continentalclub.com/austin — P.M.
Also playing: Danzig at Stubb’s; David Israel at Hotel Vegas; the Matchmaker Band and the Night Owls at One 2 One Bar; Rosie and the Ramblers at the White Horse; Scrappy Jud Newcomb at Strange Brew; Bob Schneider at the Saxon Pub.
Peter Murphy plays Bauhaus at the Belmont. Peter Murphy, lead singer of the groundbreaking goth rock act Bauhaus, is touring playing exclusively Bauhaus material. I will be the one yelling for such dark glam classics as “In the Flat Field” and “Stigmata Martyr.” With My Jerusalem. 8 p.m. $30 to $75. 305 West Sixth St. thebelmontaustin.com — J.G.
Also playing: Rush at the Erwin Center; Stereo Total at Red 7; The Blackwells, Whiskey Shivers, Lonesome Heroes at the Mohawk; Paperhaus, Jack Wilson at Holy Mountain; A Silent Film, Royal Teeth at the Parish; Hollywood Undead at Emo’s East; Jeff Hughes & Chaparral at Antones.
Band of Horses at Stubb’s. This Seattle band found the sweet spot wherein indie rocks turn into Allman Brothers turns into the Band turns into Neil Young. Who are we kidding, Neil Young has most of this ground covered by the Ford administration, but that doesn’t mean the sound isn’t immortal. This show is technically sold out. 7 p.m. 801 Red River St stubbsaustin.com — J.G.
Also playing: Gipsy Kings at ACL Live; Queensryche at Emo’s East; Youth Lagoon, Majical Cloudz at the Mohawk; Skerik, Money Chicha at Holy Mountain; Grape St, Rayon Beach, John Wesley Coleman at Hotel Vegas; The Gridless Infestation at Infest Austin; Floyd Darling at the Hole in the Wall; Mayeux & Broussard at the Sahara Lounge; Leo Rondeau, Them Duqaines at the White Horse,