MUSIC—Ah, springtime! Fleeting armistice where every phylum takes up the dance of interspecies harmony! It's the same deal with tonight's De La Spring Happening, a blowout tribute to this most fecund season bringing together Máscaras' psych rock, the desert dirges of Ohioan, bemasked DJ sets, and much, much more. DIRK VANDERHART
w/Down Gown, Smokey Kingdom, Bozart, and more; Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 8:30 pm, $4-8

MUSIC—Let's feel things! Jeremy Enigk, formerly of Sunny Day Real Estate, is oft credited as the progenitor of emo. Makes sense. The man's emotional resonance, soaring vocals, and orchestral aesthetic reach mile-high heights of indie songwriting. He's touring with Mark Nichols, who worked on Enigk's 1996 debut solo album, the masterful Return of the Frog Queen. COURTNEY FERGUSON
w/Jen Wood, Mark Nichols and the Everexpanding Experience Machine, Hip Hatchet; Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE César E. Chávez, 8 pm, $12-15, all ages


FASHION & MUSIC—It's not often that a retailer's anniversary warrants a coveted spot on this page, but most retailers aren't tomboy juggernaut Wildfang. To mark year two, they're throwing a bash that begins at the shop and ends in a fireball of free awesomeness led by Summer Cannibals and Charts. Sold! MARJORIE SKINNER
w/DJ Natasha Kmeto at Wildfang, 1230 SE Grand, 7 pm, FREE; White Owl Social Club, 1305 SE 8th, 9 pm, FREE

FASHION—In conjunction with the Portland Art Museum's Italian Style exhibit, the Merc's Marjorie Skinner joins Portland Monthly's Eden Dawn to host a panel discussion with designer Michelle Lesniak, the co-founders of Portland Garment Factory, and Nike's Angela Snow. They'll look at the legacy of fashion in Portland and explore possibilities for the local industry's future. SHELBY R. KING
Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park, 6 pm, $17-20 (17 & younger FREE), all ages


MUSIC—So here's the plan: Tonight you're going to mount the gangplank of the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler, and stand in the very same spot your grandma was sitting in just last month. She was eating fish, though. You're gonna be watching some of the best hiphop this city's got on offer. It's KPSU's Fly By Night party, and it's on a boat. DIRK VANDERHART
w/Myke Bogan, Tope, Hot16, Blossom, and more; boards at SW Salmon & Naito, 10 pm, $12-15

COMEDY—Bad Reputation Productions' Shelley McLendon may be the Mrs. Dalloway of Portland sketch comedy: She brings people together. In this case, it's with a hilariously wonderful lineup of local performers in The Sisters of Mercy, the latest in the Slingshot late-night sketch comedy series. This weekend's run guarantees blasphemous chuckles for all—just in time for Easter! MEGAN BURBANK
Ellyn Bye Studio at Portland Center Stage, 128 NW 11th, Fri & Sat 10 pm, $15-20,


ROLLER DERBY—Did you know Portland has one of the best roller derby teams in the entire world? Last year, the Rose City Rollers' Wheels of Justice were just three agonizing points away from winning the whole enchilada. Tonight's their first home game of the season, so let's cheer on our #2-ranked skaters as they take on #12-ranked Rocky Mountain Rollergirls. COURTNEY FERGUSON
The Hangar at Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park, 7 pm, $14-20, all ages

MUSIC—Last time the force of nature known as Bam Bam Baklava hit Portland, he socked up security for trying to snuff out his show (and his joint). Hopefully Action Bronson can manage to perform a full set this time, but even if he doesn't, the Alchemist is opening, so you're guaranteed quality hiphop all up in your ears. BOBBY ROBERTS
Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 9 pm, $25-30, all ages


MUSIC—Sydney, Australia's the Preatures achieved pop perfection with "Is This How You Feel?" and the rest of their debut album, Blue Planet Eyes, is just as contagious. Tonight they'll detonate those dancey earworm bombs directly into the Doug Fir's underground bunker. NED LANNAMANN
w/the Bots, Bloods; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 8:30 pm, $12-15

FILM—"It will probably win best picture at the Oscars, unless the Oscars don't want to be relevant ever," Vin Diesel said last week about Furious 7. If you've been paying any attention, you already know how insanely fun the Fast and Furious movies have become. Today, you won't be able to find a better time at the movies—even if Furious 7 does not, in fact, win best picture. ERIK HENRIKSEN
Various Theaters, see Movie Times for showtimes


MUSIC—French the insides of your ears with the electromagic pop of Yelle. The French disco-dance diviners, fronted by their charismatic namesake (AKA Julie Budet), combines irresistible tunes with a pop art sensibility, and the result tickles your brain as it simultaneously compels the rest of your body to get out on the floor and work it. NED LANNAMANN
w/Hibou; Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE César E. Chávez, 8 pm, $20-23, all ages

NERD VARIETY#NerdNightOut, "a variety show for the geeky-leaning set," kicks things up a notch tonight at the Doug Fir, featuring not only Portland's charming sister duo the Doubleclicks, but also the crazy smart, crazy fun comics writer Kelly Sue DeConnick (Bitch Planet) and comedian Joseph Scrimshaw. There'll be something for everybody, whether they call themselves a nerd or not. ERIK HENRIKSEN
w/Molly Lewis; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 8 pm, $10-12


MUSIC—It's time to resurrect the single-suspender overalls and argyle sweater vests: Boyz II Men are bringing their smooth harmonies to Portland, all the way from the '90s! Fangirl SQUEEEEEEEEE! The self-proclaimed "greatest R&B group of all time" are touring in support of their latest album, Collide, and playing with the Oregon Symphony. SHELBY R. KING
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1111 SW Broadway, 7:30 pm, $55-120, all ages

MUSIC—The crew at Red Bull Sound Select continues their monthly series of great live music for a great price ($3 if you RSVP), and tonight features the excellent, adventurous experimental rock of Helvetia, who turn the conventional sounds of indie rock inside-out with compulsive, unshakeable sounds. Their Nothing in Rambling album from 2012 remains one of the finest Portland releases of the decade. NED LANNAMANN
w/Gardens and Villa, Grandparents; Bunk Bar, 1028 SE Water, 9 pm, $12 ($3 w/RSVP at