5 live music events this weekend in Round Rock and Pflugerville, Nov. 19-21

At 685 Backyard on Nov. 20, see a car show and listen to live music by Megasphere. (Courtesy 685 Backyard)
At 685 Backyard on Nov. 20, see a car show and listen to live music by Megasphere. (Courtesy 685 Backyard)

At 685 Backyard on Nov. 20, see a car show and listen to live music by Megasphere. (Courtesy 685 Backyard)

In Round Rock and Pflugerville this weekend, visit a local bar or venue to listen to performances by musicians of all different genres. Here is a noncomprehensive list of opportunities to listen to live music in your community Nov. 19-21.

Nov. 19-20: Live music lineup at Three Legged Goat

Three Legged Goat, a Texas wine and craft beer bar in Pflugerville, has a live music lineup most weekends. Nov. 19's performance is from Dimestore Lament, and Angelo Marinakis will take the stage the night of Nov. 20. 8-11 p.m. Free. 200 E. Pecan St., Ste. 5, Pflugerville. 512-968-0386. https://threeleggedgoattx.com/

Nov. 20: Rock car show at 685 Backyard

685 Backyard, a local bar with a sand volleyball court, is hosting its first car show, Rock N Wheels. The car show is from 3-8 p.m., and the trophy presentation is from 8-9 p.m. Kids are welcome until 9 p.m., when live music by Megasphere begins. 3 p.m.-1 a.m. Free. 19903 FM-685, Pflugerville. 512-699-6147. https://685backyard.com/


Nov. 20: Free reggae concert at Kalahari

Roland & The Roots Riddim, a rock reggae band that describes its sound as “Bob Marley meets Stevie Wonder, Pink Floyd, and Santa in the cultural roots of Africa” is performing live at the Amatuli Art & Convention Center on Saturday. This family-friendly concert features free admission, free parking and food specials. 7 p.m. Free. 3001 Kalahari Blvd., Round Rock. 1-877-525-2427. https://www.facebook.com/rolandandtherr

Nov. 19-20: Live music lineup at the Lone Star Bar

The Lone Star Bar has live music every Friday and Saturday night. This weekend, Tom McElvain is debuting at 9 p.m. on Nov. 19, and DJ Daddy Ray will start mixing beats at 9 p.m. on Nov. 20. The Lone Star bar has a large outdoor beer garden and has happy hour specials from 10-7 p.m. every day. Free. 403 FM 685, Pflugerville. 512-969-3234. http://lonestarbartexas.com/

Nov. 21: David Beck’s Tejano Weekend at Mavericks Dance Hall

David Beck’s Tejano Weekend is an Austin-based Tejano-inspired band that has performed on the stages of Bonnaroo and the Grand Ole Opry. Sunday night, you can see them play at Mavericks Dance Hall, which has four bars and a large patio and dance floor. 10 p.m. $10 (general admission), $100 (table for four). 1700 Grand Avenue Parkway, Ste. 240, Pflugerville. https://mavericksdancehall.com/
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