Hot Wheels Monster Trucks, Beatles Tribute, Il Divo

“1964 The Tribute”: Since 1984, this homage to the Beatles has worked to meticulously recreate the ambiance of the early years of the Fab Four. 7 p.m. today, Majestic Theater, 224 E. Houston St., $34-$69,

Tony Hinchcliffe: Comedian and friend of Joe Rogan, Hinchcliffe improves on the “Comedy Central Roast”. He will pick a fight with everyone and everything from political figures to the state of Alabama. Hinchcliffe is the host of the comedy podcast “Kill Tony” and starred in the Netflix comedy special “One Shot.” 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. today, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club, 618 NW Loop 410. $50 to $140 for tables that seat two or four people,

The monuments: This progressive metal band is fresh off the release of their latest album, “In Stasis,” which highlights each member’s personal struggles over the past two years. Also on the bill are metal band Essinger and guitarist Sammy Boller. 7 p.m. today, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary’s St. $18,


Hot Wheels Monster Trucks: The monster truck line of iconic toy cars come to life in this arena-sized stunt show and competition. Show up two hours before the show to access the crash zone and see trucks like Tiger Shark and Race Ace up close. 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Parkway. $28 to $50,

Los Huracanes of the North: With the ability to play in a variety of styles, from folk to saxophone-infused tunes, this norteño band is sure to captivate fans on their 50th anniversary tour. Expect everything from encores to songs like “Mi Complemento” and new songs like “Anque Muera De Dolor aka Cicatrices.” 8 p.m. Saturday, Aztec Theater, 104 N. St. Mary’s St. $53-$128,

Charley Crocket: Soft-spoken country singer Crockett makes music at a blistering pace. His cover collection “Lil’ GL Presents: Jukebox Charley,” featuring vintage songs like Willie Nelson’s “Home Motel” and George Jones’ “Out of Control,” was released in April. The follow-up, “The Man From Waco,” is slated for September 9. 8 p.m. Saturday, Whitewater Amphitheater, 11860 FM 306, Suite 1, New Braunfels. $35 to $69,

Miranda Sings with Colleen Ballinger: YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger brings her most famous act, goofy but confident character Miranda Sings, to the stage for a night of fake singing, reading hate mail and joking at the public’s expense. Since debuting as the character in 2008, Ballinger has starred in shows such as “Haters Back Off” and penned the book “Self-Help” with the voice of Sing. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Charline McCombs Empire Theater, 226 N. St. Mary’s St. $45-$165,


Il Divo: Following the passing of band member Carlos Marin last year, the classic crossover superstars have renamed their ‘For Once In My Life’ tour to celebrate Marin’s life and legacy with a ‘Greatest Hits’ concert and performance. tribute. Baritone Steven Labrie joins the band as they perform hits from their decades-long catalog. 8 p.m. Sunday, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Circle Auditorium. $65 to $150,

Sebastien Yatra: The chart-topping Colombian singer-songwriter is on tour in support of his album “Dharma,” which includes the big hits “Tacones Rojos” and “Chica Ideal.” 8 p.m. Sunday, Freeman Coliseum, 3201 E. Houston St. $49-$325,

Feast of collective care: This community gathering aims to promote mental health. It will include live music, wellness workshops, poetry readings, vendors and a drag show. Sunday noon, Paper Tiger, 2410 N. St. Mary’s St. $8-$15,