Nothin' says "Mother's Day Gone Wild" like a classic Alpaca Show. No bullshit. Dead serious.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4

Revolution Comedy
Tonight's installment of Andie Main's do-gooder comedy series, Revolution Comedy, is for the birds. JK! It's for the animals of the Oregon Humane Society, with stand-up from local geniuses like Dinah Foley, Katie Nguyen, and Alex Falcone, plus music from Bitch'n's Emily Overstreet, and the knowledge that your hard-earned comedy dollars are supporting animal welfare. MEGAN BURBANK
w/Amanda Arnold; Kickstand Comedy Space, 315 NW Davis, 8 pm, $10-15, all ages

Derek Sheen
Comedian Derek Sheen knows how to put a funny new spin on Portland's eccentricities. He's self-deprecating, charming, and a hot mess of whimsy and nerdiness, who cracks himself up nearly as much as everyone else. He's pretty much the spiritual little brother to Patton Oswalt. Go celebrate his new comedy album, Tiny Idiot. COURTNEY FERGUSON
w/Barbara Holm, Christian Ricketts, & more; Helium Comedy Club, 1510 SE 9th, 8 pm, $10-18

THURSDAY, MAY 5

#FUBAR
The latest in this city's ever-growing array of storytelling showcases is #FUBAR, a night of yarns from military veterans who attend Portland State University, and have seen/dealt with enough shit in their day to more than merit the crass hashtag. It'll be enlightening and free. DIRK VANDERHART
PSU's Smith Memorial Student Union, 3rd Floor, 1825 SW Broadway, 7 pm, FREE, all ages

Captain America: Civil War
UNEXPECTED FACT! 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier wasn't just 2014's best superhero movie—it was one of 2014's best movies, period. Now, Winter Soldier directors Anthony and Joe Russo (Community, Arrested Development) raise the stakes with Captain America: Civil War—which, sure, stars Cap, but also features Iron Man, Black Widow, and some dork named Peter Parker. ERIK HENRIKSEN
Every theater on Earth, see Movie Times and our review

FRIDAY, MAY 6

Filmed by Bike
It's National Bike Month, and the city's first big cycling bash of the year kicks off this evening. The always-festive Filmed by Bike offers three days of velo-themed film screenings at the Hollywood, a beer-infused street party (tonight at Velo Cult!), and lots more. Slide some trading cards between those spokes and head down. DIRK VANDERHART
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, Fri-Sun, $11 per screening ($55 fest pass), filmedbybike.org for schedule

The Aces: Animal Kingdom
Local sketch comedy does not come any smarter or funnier than the Aces (Shelley McLendon and Michael Fetters). And since some of their funniest sketches often revolve around animals, they're bringing all of 'em together in a show aptly titled, The Aces: Animal Kingdom. FINALLY! Overprotective gorillas, larcenous raccoons, and bees trapped in cars get the hilarious skewering they deserve! WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Siren Theater, 315 NW Davis, Fri-Sat, 8 pm, through May 14, $15-20

SATURDAY, MAY 7

Hey Lover, The Lavender Flu, Mope Grooves
Tonight is the release celebration of Portland garage-pop trio Hey Lover's new record, Sinking Ships. It's the third full-length from dynamic husband-wife duo Justin Varga and Terah Beth Baltzer Varga, and their first with Tim Janchar on bass. Despite its aquatic title, Sinking Ships sounds like the band rigged their garage with jet packs and shot it into the stratosphere. CIARA DOLAN
Bunk Bar, 1028 SE Water, 9:30 pm, $8

Swagger Like Us: DavO, Boy_friend, Sappho, Saturn Rising
San Francisco's been generously exporting its popular queer hip-hop dance extravaganza Swagger Like Us up and down the West Coast lately, and PDX is last on its list of stops. Plan for exuberant, thumping madness, if even a fraction of the rep that precedes SLU is accurate. DIRK VANDERHART
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 9 pm, $10 ($7 before 11 pm)

SUNDAY, MAY 8

Mayer Hawthorne
Mayer Hawthorne is a talented dude: He writes, he sings, he produces, and he plays nearly all the instruments on his new album, Man About Town. It would be silly to miss the Grammy-nominated suit-clad retro soul singer (and former Detroit hip-hop DJ). Bring a date—it could get real intimate. DOUG BROWN
Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, 8 pm, $24.85-27.85, all ages

The CABA Classic Alpaca Show
You love your mom, right? She's great, so honor that fine lady with a special Mother's Day outing to the CABA Classic Alpaca Show. Treat her to a cavalcade of 500 wet-eyed cuties, prancing in an exhibition hall, strutting their stuff in competitions of luster, shearing, and parading. It'll be a llama mama sorta day! COURTNEY FERGUSON
Portland Expo Center, 2060 N Marine, Sat 9:30 am-5 pm, Sun 8:30 am-4 pm, FREE, all ages

MONDAY, MAY 9

Dungen, Boogarins
On their 2015 release, Allas Sak, Sweden's Dungen draws decidedly poppy melodies out of seemingly dissimilar genres like free jazz, nostalgic psychedelia, and Swedish folk as if they're forging trails through the thickest, most unexplored forests. Their music is wild and weird, which makes it all the more alluring. CIARA DOLAN
Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $15-17

The Doubleclicks Variety Show
Beloved geek-folk sister duo the Doubleclicks are trying something new! Instead of singing songs about the introvert party ritual of hanging out with pets, they're going full-on variety show with stand-up from Zak Toscani, songs for nerds, and sketches from the "Love You Squad," a crack team of jokesters featuring the Doubleclicks themselves! MEGAN BURBANK
Kickstand Comedy Space, 315 NW Davis, 8 pm, $5

TUESDAY, MAY 10

Givers, Anna Wise
Louisiana's Givers burst on the scene a few years ago with some soulful folk-pop tunes and a tremendous, life-affirming live show. On the heels of their sophomore album, the glow-in-the-dark New Kingdom, Givers return to Portland to spread their good cheer and adventurous sounds. NED LANNAMANN
Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $15

Kung Fu Theater: Enter the Game of Death
Tonight, the Hollywood's beloved Kung Fu Theater series offers up another weird oddity: The only known 35mm print of 1978's Enter the Game of Death, which stars Bruce Lee Bruce Le as a dude who's gotta fight a whole lot of other dudes. Hollywood programmer Dan Halsted also promises "a Shaolin magician, a snake handler, [and] a kung fu master possessed by a demon." ERIK HENRIKSEN
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $9