SCHOOLBOY Q At the Crystal Ballroom on Sunday, April 13.
Minh Tran

• On Sunday, April 13, a performance by LA rapper Schoolboy Q at the Crystal Ballroom was cut short when the venue's staff discovered a crack in a support beam beneath the ballroom floor. Between 1,200 and 1,500 showgoers were evacuated with the assistance of Portland police, and the venue offered refunds to ticketholders. The beam was reinforced and city inspectors and structural engineers were scheduled to make assessments; as of press time, all shows at the Crystal Ballroom will continue as scheduled.

• This Saturday, April 19, local record stores will once again gear up for the annual Record Store Day event with rare vinyl and other record-buying incentives. Music Millennium will offer free coffee and gift bags to early-morning arrivals (7 am). They're also hosting an autograph session with Jerry A. of Poison Idea (3 pm), plus live performances from EDJ, the new solo project of Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats (7 pm), and Black Prairie (8 pm), whose new album, Fortune, comes out April 22. The downtown Everyday Music will host DJ sets from Steve Turner of Mudhoney (1 pm) and Pure Bathing Culture (2 pm), plus in-store performances by Portland bands Big Haunt (3 pm) and Aan (3:45 pm). Meanwhile, the label imprint of local emporium Jackpot Records is reissuing on vinyl a historic 1977 gig from Devo, in which the Ohio band performed at Max's Kansas City in New York—with an introduction from David Bowie—along with a 7-inch single of Portland wrestler/musician Beauregarde from 1971.