Between the Kickin’ for the Kure benefit concert and Maddie & Tae for SeaWorld’s Electric Ocean concert series, it’s a big weekend for country music fans in San Antonio. Here’s a look at those shows and other highlights from the weekend.

“Q: The music of Queen”: This tribute act uses Queen’s music and concert video to recreate the iconic band’s performance. 8:00 p.m. Friday, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Circle Auditorium. $28 to $45,

Hanna Juanita: Nashville country singer Juanita might be mistaken for a rocker, but she’s a traditionalist at heart, as evidenced by the honky-tonk sensibilities of “Our Love Is Gone” and her new single “Girl, Where You From? ” With Mose Wilson and Kathryn Legendre. 9:30 p.m. Friday, Lonesome Rose, 2114 N. St. Mary’s St. $5,

“The Mysterious Circus”: There’s a lot going on under the marquee, including mind-blowing contortionists, high-flying acrobats and daredevil stunts like the Globe of Death and Wheel of Death. Family shows Friday 6 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., Sunday 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.; adults-only shows at 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Traders Village, 9333 SW Loop 410. $10-$50,

“Shake, rattle and roll”: Shawn Kjos’ latest musical revue features songs from the Beach Boys, Kool and the Gang, Stevie Wonder and the Four Seasons, among others. Open Friday. 8 p.m. Friday through Saturday through August 20, Fort Sam Houston Theater, 2472 Stanley Road, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. $10 to $22. Civil reservations must be made by 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday before the weekend shows. Call or text 210-222-9694.

Country duo Maddie & Tae are Maddie Font, left, and Tae Kerr.

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Maddie and Tae: This country duo, who have been making music together for nearly a decade, broke up in 2015 with “Girl in a Country Song.” They released “Through the Madness Vol. 1” in January. The new single “Every Night Every Morning” previews the second volume, which is due out in September. 7 p.m. Saturday, SeaWorld San Antonio, 10500 SeaWorld Drive. Free with park entry; $24.99 surcharge for preferred seats,

Kick for a Kure: Country stars Travis Tritt, Josh Turner and Pat Green will perform at the 10th edition Kickin’ for a Kure from the DM Foundation to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The benefit concert will also feature what is being called the world’s largest three-hole puck tournament. 5 p.m. Saturday, Freeman Coliseum Expo Hall, 3201 E. Houston St. $35-$60 (VIP tickets also available),

Float Festival: Float Fest’s musical lineup, which includes Chance the Rapper, Vampire Weekend and Pusha T, plus Marshmello and Deadmaus for late-night dancers and Aly & for nostalgic thrills, is the hottest show of a hot summer. . Fortunately there is a river nearby to cool off. 2 p.m. Saturday through Sunday at the festival grounds, located on a private ranch on the Guadalupe River, 1 County Road 197, Gonzalez. $145 for a day, $260 for the weekend, including float; camping supplement $20 to $30,

“Toxic – The Britney Spears Experience”: From “Baby One More Time” to “Mood Ring,” this cabaret show takes audiences through the Princess of Pop’s career with recreations of Spears’ signature choreography and eye-catching outfits. 8 p.m. Saturday, Charline McCombs Empire Theater, 226 N. St. Mary’s St. $28-$125,

“National Cowboy Day”: The Briscoe Western Art Museum celebrates with all kinds of activities, including craft demonstrations and hands-on projects, live music, wagon cooking, a live sculpting demonstration by Jason Scull, storytelling and free admission to the museum. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W. Market St. Free,

Chalk art at Deco Mercado: Bring the kids for a day of chalk-filled creativity as you browse pop-up vendors selling everything from food to home decor. Children will leave with a packet of chalk and a mini blackboard. 10 a.m. Saturday, Deco Mercado, 1921 Fredericksburg Road. Free,