Shows to See This Weekend

Friday, September 2

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Michie Turpin via Facebook

Supporting a new single, "With This Heart," the progressive rock heroes will be bringing their prolific roster of hits and deep cuts to San Antonio featuring heavy hitting numbers like "Carry On My Wayward Son" and "Dust In the Wind." $32-$100, 8pm, at the Tobin Center, 100 Auditorium Cir. (210)-223-8624

Friday September 2
Inspector, Jenny & the Mexicats, Master Blaster Sound System 

Lowes will host Mas Musica Fest downtown featuring, among others, Inspector from Monterrey, Mexico. Part of a movement called Avanzada Regia originating in the mid 90s from the region immediately around their hometown, the band blends sounds from 1960s rock with reggae and ska. 
$25-$35, 7pm, All Ages, at the Aztec Theatre, 104 N St Marys, (210) 812-4355

Saturday September 3
Maroon 5

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Donna Lou Morgan
With hits like "Sugar" off their latest 2015 album, V, as well as tunes like "She Will Be Loved," from their 2002 debut, Songs About Jane, the band will have a large repertoire of music to draw from Saturday evening. $30-$126, 7:30pm, 1 AT&T Center Pkwy, (210) 444-5000

Saturday September 3

Garrett T. Capps Cassette Release

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Courtesy Garrett T. Caps/Dave Terry

Street Sects of Austin bring their sample-driven style of hardcore punk, along with SA pysch rockers, Sunjammer. Blacknail of San Antonio will also be rocking their own brand of hardcore punk, and Garrett T. Capps will be celebrating the release of a brand new music video and the Inc. EP cassette. Free, 8pm, at Paper Tiger, 2410 N St Mary's St,

Sunday September 4
Delta Rae 
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Shervin Lainez via Facebook
A six-piece band from Durham, North Carolina, Delta Rae ride into town in support of their second album that debuted on April 7, 2015. The band fuses folk, gospel, and traditional country sounds into a modern rock and pop formats. $15, 7pm, All Ages, at Sam's Burger Joint, 330 E Grayson St, (210) 223-2830

Monday Semptember 5

Échale Latino Music Estyles

The Échale Latino Music Estyles festival swings into action on Labor Day as one of the most fun, family-friendly, and special events going on in San Antonio this year. Craft beers, delectable bites from Pearl restaurants, and live art installations will also be present at this must-see event. With Money Chicha, Manolo Black, El Tule, & More. Free, 12pm, Pearl Brewery, 303 Pearl Pkwy

Monday September

Mild High Club

These ethereal pysch rockers will float into San Antonio for an early evening Labor Day show at K23. Exotic, warm, laid back, and even sliding in some sublimely smooth and funky basslines for good measure, the five-piece band has a knack for crafting a lovely slacker sound. This go around, they'll be supporting a spectacular new album that debuted August 26 via Stones ThrowRecords named after the leading single, Skiptracking. Speaking of which, don't skip this. With TeleNovella and Sunjammer. $8, 4:30pm, 702 Fredericksburg Rd


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