MUSIC—Ten years ago, Rabbits played its very first show at the long-lost Food Hole. It was loud. It was messy. It hurt. Rabbits have since become an eardrum-crushing institution of sorts, championing the uncouth, the ugly, the unfit, and the underground. Celebrate the shriek-punk-metallers' 10th birthday tonight and think about what you've accomplished over the past decade. NED LANNAMANNa
w/Gone to Croatoan, DJ Wroid Wrage; The Know, 2026 NE Alberta, 8 pm, $5

FILM—Great news, potheads: Measure 91 goes into effect today! And the Hollywood is celebrating in the best way possible: With a 35mm screening of Cheech and Chong's hilarious (high-larious? Sorry!) 1978 classic Up in Smoke! Let's hope the Hollywood's concession stand is stocked up on extra snacks. ERIK HENRIKSEN
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $8


MUSIC—Throw some canned goods in a sack (they're good for admission or post-legal-weed hunger pangs) and slowly roast yourself red while listening to the blues. The Waterfront Blues Festival is back, and this year's lineup features Allen Toussaint, Buddy Guy, Macy Gray, some Allmans, and dozens more. DIRK VANDERHART
Tom McCall Waterfront Park, SW Naito & Columbia, Thurs-Sun, shows start at noon, suggested donation $10 (canned goods work, too), all ages

DANCE PARTY—Ecotrust's annual Sundown concert series is a beloved summer tradition, featuring free live music and low-pressure awareness boosting about environmental concerns. Portland Cello Project kicks it off on a buoyant note with an all-ages dance party under the theme of "climate." MARJORIE SKINNER
Ecotrust, 721 NW 9th, 5:30 pm, FREE, all ages


WEED—The Merc's celebration of the end of cannabis prohibition is finally here! A ticket to our 21-and-over Weed the People event gets you up to seven grams of pot to take home or smoke there, vaporizer demos, music, gift bags, and food for your munchies. Come be a part of history at this once-in-a-lifetime event. SHELBY R. KING
723 N Tillamook, 2-9 pm, $40, sold out

TIMBERRRRR—It starts with live music tonight (featuring Brass Tacks, Calico, and more), but the Estacada Timber Festival really kicks into high gear tomorrow with all-day timber competitions (axe throwing, log rolling, tree climbing and sawing), food, kids' stuff, and of course, fireworks! WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Estacada Timber Park, 30878 NW Evergreen, Estacada; Concert: Fri 5 pm-late, $15; Timber Fest: Sat 11 am-late, $5, all ages


FIREWORKS—Celebrate our country's birth and scare the shit out of animals at the same time! Take your pick of explosive fireworks entertainment on the Waterfront, Fort Vancouver, Oaks Amusement Park, Lake Oswego, Estacada, or in your crazy neighbor's backyard. (Please don't encourage him.) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 1020 SW Naito; Fort Vancouver, 1501 E Evergreen, Vancouver; Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park; Millennium Plaza Park, 200 1st, Lake Oswego; Estacada Timber Park, 30878 NW Evergreen, Estacada; Crazy Neighbor, next door; fireworks begin at 10 pm, FREE, all ages

BLOCK PARTY—Bunk Bar knows how to throw a shin-diddly-dig, and they're doing it up right with their outdoor beach block party tonight. Watch a shit-ton of awesome bands, enjoy their trademark Iceberg libation, and hole up at one of their two stages for a spectacular view of the evening's fireworks. Oh! And it's all ages and FREE! Time to party, American friends. COURTNEY FERGUSON
w/Walter TV, Psychomagic, Cat Hoch, Cambrain Explosion, Talkative, Charts; Bunk Bar, 1028 SE Water, 2 pm (music starts at 5 pm), FREE, all ages


WORLD CUP!—At long last, the Women's World Cup final is here! Every bar in town will tune their TV to the biggest game of all (IT'S THE RIGHT THING TO DO), but only Bazi's got a World Cup beer garden. That's right! They're cordoning off the street out front for boozy sportsing—all the better for watching our soccer heroines kick ass! MEGAN BURBANK
Bazi, 1522 SE 32nd, 4 pm, FREE (buy a drink, okay?), all ages; your TV, Fox

MUSIC—It's rare for Japanese band Toe to make their way Stateside, so when they do, you don't want to miss it. With a new album, Hear You, on deck for later this month, Toe's hypnotic, mathy rock is propelled by irresistible rhythm and an impressionistic approach to composition. NED LANNAMANN
w/Starro; Doug Fir, 830 E Burnside, 9 pm, $14-16


FILM—Just three short years ago, our world changed forever—and for the better—with Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike, which turned out to be one of the most fun movies in recent memory. Now, FINALLY, we've got Magic Mike XXLin which Chatum and the rest of the be-thonged gang (welcome back, Big Dick Richie!) head to Myrtle Beach. ERIK HENRIKSEN
Various Theaters, see for showtimes

MUSIC—I've never been scuba diving, but Mauro Remiddi—AKA Porcelain Raft—makes what is clearly the best sort of music for an underwater dive. It's floaty, gauzy, moderately damp electro-pop. It's music that makes you want to look at seaweed. It'll be great at Mississippi Studios, too. DIRK VANDERHART
w/Grand Lake Islands; Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 9 pm, $10-12


MUSIC—Van Halen have got staying power. In true rock 'n' roll fashion, their 40-year run has included internal strife, drug addiction, and debilitating illness. It's also produced "Jump!" and "Hot for Teacher." David Lee Roth is back as frontman (and Eddie Van Halen's son, Wolfgang, is the new bassist). They're not getting any younger, so go see them while you can! SHELBY R. KING
Amphitheater Northwest, 17200 NE Delfel, Ridgefield, 7:30 pm, $47-152, all ages

COMEDY—In its fifth year, the month-long Portland's Funniest Person competition winds to a close tonight. Will it be Amy Miller or Gabe Dinger, Sean Jordan or Curtis Cook? Or Merc friends Alex Falcone or Bri Pruett? Or a bit of a surprise like last year's champ Steven Wilber? We'll know tonight, when our new chuckle overlord is crowned. COURTNEY FERGUSON
Helium Comedy Club, 1510 SE 9th, 8 pm, $15-23