CONCERTS Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory As the three-in-one venue makes its debut Labor Day weekend — the 2,500-seat theater can expand to a 4,000-seat theater or even an 8,000-seat amphitheater — be sure to snag tickets to fall shows before they sell out. The lineup is impressive and wide reaching, from Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue (8 p.m. Sept. 16) to The Flaming Lips (7 p.m. Sept. 30) to Ryan Adams (8 p.m. Oct. 1 1) to Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie (8 p.m. Oct. 24). Feeling like a big spender? Request premium seats, with convenient parking, a private entrance, VIP Club access and more (214-518-1449 or MorganKatz@livenation.com). Visit thepavilionimf.com. Halina Reijn and Jude Law star in Obsession . Photo by Jan Versweyveld THEATER • Obsession Directed by Ivo van Hove and based on the 1943 fi lm, Obsession stars Jude Law as a handsome drifter in a deadly love triangle (Sept. 6). National Theatre Live See more British theater this month than you could pack into a West End weekend. National Theatre Live, which screens productions from London stages to theaters around the world in high defi nition, is hosted by Amphibian Stage Productions in Fort Worth. Admission, $20. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth, 817-923-3012, amphibianstage.com. • Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A fresh take from Sonia Friedman Productions follows two couples imbibing until the truth comes out (Sept. 13). • Angels in America Marianne Elliott directs Tony Kushner’s two-part play about New Yorkers navigating Reagan’s mid-’80s America and the AIDS crisis. “Part I: Millennium Approaches” runs Sept. 27-30; “Part Two: Perestroika” runs Oct. 4-7. CHAMBER MUSIC Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth This season marks the 30 th anniversary of the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth, which brings its series of intimate concerts to Cultural District museums each year. Artistic director Gary Levinson draws from his extensive musical connections to lure accomplished guest performers to the series. (He also is senior principal associate concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.) The new season, themed “The Power of Intimacy,” opens with a program of Prokofi ev, Schubert and Shostakovich works (2 p.m. Sept. 16). For the October program, Levinson’s father, former New York Philharmonic bassist Eugene Levinson, joins the ensemble. On the program is Stravinsky’s “L’histoire du soldat,” The Berlin-based Atrium String Quartet the tale of a poor soldier who sells Photo courtesy of Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth his soul to the devil; the DSO’s Ruth Reinhardt conducts, while puppeteer Dan Butterworth uses marionettes and shadow puppets to create visuals for the story (2 p.m. Oct. 14). In November, Berlin’s Atrium String Quartet makes a guest appearance (2 p.m. Nov. 11). Single tickets, $35; season tickets, $210 (discounts available for students and seniors). Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St., 817-877-3003, chambermusicfw.org. FOOD TRUCKS AND CASH BARS ONSITE. CENTRAL MARKET PREORDERED PICNIC PACKS ALSO AVAILABLE BY CALLING 817.377.9307. Free parking is offered at the UNT Health Science Center parking lot and east garage on Clifton Street. Please leave your coolers and pets at home.