Arts & Culture

Preston’s picks: Snow Tha Product at Trees; Willie Nelson at Billy Bob’s Texas

In this Sept. 19, 2015 file photo, Willie Nelson performs at Farm Aid 30 in Chicago.
In this Sept. 19, 2015 file photo, Willie Nelson performs at Farm Aid 30 in Chicago. Invision/AP

Snow tha Product at Trees

The woman born Claudia Feliciano in San Jose, Calif. — better known by her rap handle Snow tha Product — moved to Texas six years ago, in part to pursue a career in music. It was a gamble that paid off in 2013, when Feliciano signed a deal with Atlantic Records (coincidentally, now home to a fellow Texas-reared artist, Burleson-bred Kelly Clarkson). Although Snow Tha Product has only released a series of mixtapes (including last year’s The Rest Comes Later) and, earlier this year, an EP, Half Way There … Pt. 1, during her time on Atlantic, she has remained visible, recently landing a guest spot on the hotly anticipated Hamilton mixtape.

7:30 p.m. Friday. Trees, Dallas. $20.

Willie Nelson at Billy Bob’s Texas

Let’s be honest: Who else would be best suited to cap off the Billy Bob’s Texas 35th anniversary celebration than Willie Nelson? The red-headed stranger, 83 years young, will roll into Fort Worth for his only scheduled North Texas appearance this year, touring in support of his latest long-player, For the Good Times: A Tribute to Ray Price. Given the nature of his new record, an album-length homage to one of his most dear friends and collaborators, Nelson will likely be in a reflective mood Saturday, although he’s long been fond of mining the seam between melancholy and merriment. Expect, as always happens when Nelson storms the Stockyards, a packed house and good cheer.

10:30 p.m. Saturday. Billy Bob’s Texas, Fort Worth. $20-$100.