You'll want to pry open your change purse knowing that tonight's benefit show will be lining the deserving pockets of the Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls. In addition to the indie-pop-soul of Dirty Mittens, you'll be on hand to witness Feelin' Alright, the almighty '70s cover band that features Jenny Hoston (Erase Errata), Kaia Wilson (Team Dresch), and Katy Davidson (Dear Nora). Good lord. EAC

w/Anaturale; Rotture, 315 SE 3rd, 9 pm, $5

Attendance is mandatory when Tin House and Disjecta team up: Tonight's outstanding lineup promises readings from Wendy and Lucy author Jon Raymond and writer/artist/porn industry refugee Zak Smith. And if that's not enough for you, music by Quasi should seal the deal. AH

Disjecta, 8371 N Interstate, 7:30 pm, $7


Ah, the joys of summer love and that hip-swiveling hunk, Patrick Swayze. Don't get stuck in the corner—at this showing of Dirty Dancing, singing along and dancing in the aisles is encouraged. RM

Mission Theater, 1624 NW Glisan, 11 pm, $5

The B-52s at the zoo! Yay! "Here comes a stingray. There goes a manta ray. In walked a jellyfish. There goes a dogfish. Chased by a catfish. In flew a sea robin. Watch out for that piranha! There goes a narwhal. Here comes a bikini whale!" Wait, maybe they should be playing at an aquarium. CF

Oregon Zoo, 4001 SW Canyon, 7 pm, $27, all ages


See who and what is next on the local apparel design scene at Silhouettes, the Art Institute's annual runway showcase of graduates' work. These young talents are the next wave on the scene, from the indie boutiques to the sportswear giants. MS

Luxe Autohaus, 410 NE 17th, 8 pm, $15-100

After a nationwide tour, Viva Voce at last return home to the city that gave their new record its name: Rose City is the latest from Kevin and Anita Robinson, who have expanded Viva Voce's lineup to a quartet. The Portland band's sound keeps evolving, from shiny glam to mesmerizing psych and everything in between. NL

w/Cut off Your Hands, Ages; Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 9 pm, $10-12, all ages


Get ready for more Sunday Parkways fun—this time in North Portland! The streets will be blocked off in the Kenton, Peninsula, Arbor Lodge Parks, and the Willamette Bluff neighborhoods for all your biking, walking, roller-skating, street performing, jump roping, and ice cream-eating needs. (Umm, no cars... okay?) WSH

North Portland, see for maps, 9 am-4 pm, FREE

Truly one of the best local music acts in town, Bark Hide & Horn are headlining tonight's triple bill of musical goodness (and ampersands). First, there's the odd prog/country of Dusty Rhodes & the River Band, the electro-folk of San Francisco's Birds & Batteries, and of course, the vibrant pop stylings of the BH&H crew, who—if we're lucky—just might be debuting some new songs this evening. EAC

Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $8


Reverend Phil Sano's bike porn festival is celebrating its third sweaty year tonight. Each screening is preceded by an intriguing "live show" to lube up your spokes. MD

Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton, see Movie Times for showtimes, $6

Unlike many Pedalpalooza rides, the Epic Pizza Ride is meticulously organized and researched bike-to-slice. And the "epic" isn't just for show—prepare your belly for a long (and delicious) slog, sampling thin slices from Portland's best pie shops. SM

Skidmore Fountain, SW 1st & Ankeny, 5:45 pm, bring cash for pizza


It's Mr. Big Suit himself: David Byrne comes to town sporting one of the finest back catalogs in existence, from classic Talking Heads songs to his globe-trekking solo career—not to mention his recent collaboration with Brian Eno, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, which is one of his best in years. NL

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway, 8 pm, $36.25-46.50, all ages

It's amazing how much shredding can take place sans guitar. Sure enough, the Air Guitar Championships have just as much spectacle, sexy moves, and sheer rock audacity than most concerts I've gone to. It will melt your face. PAC

w/Stay Tuned; Dante's, 1 SW 3rd, 9 pm, $13-15


It's time once again for the annual Frankie-palooza extravaganza at Dante's! Named after Dante's owner, this year's Frankie-palooza is packed with no fewer than 11 musical acts, including Spindrift, Nice Boys, Thee Loyal Bastards, and Power of County. And it gets even better: It only costs five bucks to get in for the whole night! EH

Dante's, 1 SW 3rd, 6 pm, $5

The New Oregon Interview series aims to trace the trajectory of Portland's creative culture by probing the minds behind the zeitgeist. Tonight, host Nora Robertson interviews Slim Moon, Mic Crenshaw, and Alicia J. Rose on the evolution of Portland's music scene. AH

Urban Grind, 2214 NE Oregon, 7 pm, $5