There's gonna be a million of these smush-faced sacks of fart and tongue careening all over the city this Sunday—dressed in Star Wars costumes, no less! How could you not go?


River of Grass—The acclaimed films of director Kelly Reichardt tell sparse, affecting stories set in the Pacific Northwest—from Old Joy to Meek's Cutoff, from Night Moves to Wendy and Lucy. But Reichardt got her start in Florida with 1994's River of Grass, which has recently been restored and screens tonight at the Hollywood, with Reichardt in attendance for a Q&A. ERIK HENRIKSEN
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $9

Andrew Bird, John Grant
Andrew Bird is a one-man symphony: The multi-instrumentalist sings, whistles, and plays violin, guitar, and glockenspiel. He masterfully loops layers upon layers of dense, intricate sounds to create elaborate orchestral pop. Bird's newest record, Are You Serious, experiments with funkier beats, though it's still planted firmly on his indisputably twee foundation. CIARA DOLAN
w/John Grant; Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway, 8 pm, $32.50-42.50, all ages


QDoc: Portland Queer Documentary Film Festival
The annual QDoc Film Festival is the ONLY fest in America devoted to documentaries about the LGBT experience, and this 10th anniversary edition looks especially fascinating. You'll see Fidel Castro's niece leading a fight for equality in Cuba, the dancers from Madonna's Blond Ambition Tour 25 years later, voguing queers of color, and so much more! WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, Thurs-Sun, $10 per film ($85 fest pass), see for full schedule

Charles Bradley
This time, when Charles Bradley twirls onto a Portland stage and shreds and stretches his voice so thoroughly you're sure he'll never sing again, the 67-year-old soul man will do so on the back of a new LP! Changes, Bradley's third album, dropped April 1. Same abused, gifted vocal cords. New notes! DIRK VANDERHART
Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside, 9 pm, $25-28, all ages


'80s Video Dance Attack: Prince Tribute Night
Half the fun of the late, great Prince's music is watching him perform it. Long-standing dance night '80s Video Dance Attack is very well aware, so they're eulogizing the musician with a dedicated night of purple-hued music videos from the days of Purple Rain and Dirty Mind. Dance the tears away. COURTNEY FERGUSON
Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside, 9 pm, $10

Myq Kaplan
Many comedians are clever, but none are quite so clever as Myq Kaplan: a brainy, tiny man who wears three-piece suits and is perhaps our greatest human exemplar of nerdy charm. His jokes chutes 'n' ladder from topical to existential to pun-focused in the space of just a few seconds. It's amazing. Don't miss it. MEGAN BURBANK
w/Andie Main; Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, 9:30 pm, $20, all ages


Linework NW
Portland's best comic book and art show is finally here: Linework NW returns with a stellar lineup of top-notch independent publishers and carefully curated exhibitors offering unique comics and art (the exhibitors change from Saturday to Sunday, so it's worth going twice). Plus! This year's guests include Ping Zhu (The New Yorker), Rodney Alan Greenblat (PaRappa the Rapper), Matt Furie (Pepe the Frog!), and Rilla Alexander (The Best Book in the World). ERIK HENRIKSEN
Norse Hall, 111 NE 11th, Sat -Sun, 1-8 pm FREE, all ages

Rose City Rollers Hometown Throwdown
The all-star roller derby skaters of the Rose City Rollers are throwing themselves a three-day tournament in honor of their 2015 world championship title. Hometown Throwdown sees three days of double-headers featuring Portland, Seattle's Rat City Rollergirls and LA's formidable Angel City Derby Girls. Go watch our gals play the Earth's best derby. COURTNEY FERGUSON
The Hangar at Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park, Fri 7 pm, Sat 6 pm, Sun 1 pm, $16-22, all ages, see for schedule


Friends of Noise Launch Party
Tonight's Friends of Noise Launch Party celebrates the inaugural show for the local all-ages coalition. The group hopes to continue hosting concerts in different neighborhoods around town, while also supporting arts education and the creative growth of Portland's youth. CIARA DOLAN
w/Doo Doo Funk Allstars, Neo G Yo, Drex Porter, GEM Dynasty; Los Prados Event Hall, 10105 N Lombard, 6:30 pm, $5-10, all ages

The 16th Annual Pug Crawl
If you love snerfly li'l noses and bulgy dark eyes, GREAT NEWS! Beer and pet fest Pug Crawl 2016 is today and it's STAR WARS THEMED. The best animals of all will reenact the most beloved film franchise in the Parade of Pugs, while you blissfully lap up beers among adoptable pets! It all benefits the Oregon Humane Society! D'AWWWWWW! MEGAN BURBANK
Portland Brewing, 2730 NW 31st, noon-4 pm, parade at 2 pm, $10-15


Buzzcocks, Risiduels
Apart from the Clash, no other band from the initial UK punk explosion offered as much range and diversity as Manchester's mighty Buzzcocks. And the legends are still at it, giving you a chance to see them play classics like "What Do I Get?" and "Why Can't I Touch It?" alongside adventurous new material. NED LANNAMANN
Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, 8 pm, $25

Darcelle XV: An Oregon Experience
Darcelle XV is the city's most famous and perhaps the country's longest performing drag queen. Tonight, check out the premiere screening of Darcelle XV: An Oregon Experience, a new documentary about the fascinating 85-year-old Portland legend, with conversation and commentary from Darcelle and the doc's producer, OPB's Kami Horton. DOUG BROWN
Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd, 7 pm, FREE, all ages


Comedy Bang! Bang! Live!
The reliably hilarious Comedy Bang! Bang! is one of the longest-running podcasts for good reason. It features the intensely funny Scott Aukerman and some of the best guest improvisers in the world. So try not to miss this rare live taping of Comedy Bang! Bang! with special guests Paul F. Tompkins and Lauren Lapkus, who will assuredly bust your gut (with laughter). WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, 7:30 & 10:30 pm, $35

The Nice Guys
We are at the dawn of the Russell Crowe-naissance! (Yes, that title needs work.) Everyone's favorite Aussie grump has entered the "hilarious character actor" phase of his career, and his new movie, the Shane Black-directed buddy comedy-noir The Nice Guys—costarring handsome devil Ryan Gosling—looks positively hysterical. NED LANNAMANN
Various theaters, see Movie Times for showtimes and locations