Willie Nelson & Family, Kacey Musgraves
The closest thing our corrupted country has to a national treasure is Willie Nelson—who, at 84 goddamn years old, is still touring, bringing his lovelorn, world-weary, funny, and sweet songs to the masses, and making all our lives better in the process. Tonight, the eternally badass Willie is playing outdoors at Edgefield—and he's brought along Kacey Musgraves, who, if we're lucky, represents what country will sound like for the next few decades. ERIK HENRIKSEN
6:30 pm, Edgefield, $73.50-109.50, all ages

Chastity Belt, Never Young, Strange Ranger
There's a lot to love about Seattle's Chastity Belt: Their band name. Their penchant for bucket hats and selfie sticks. Their wry sense of humor. But the four-piece’s new album, I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone, cuts the irony for excellent post-punk driven by strong guitar melodies and vulnerable lyrics. CIARA DOLAN
9 pm, Star Theater, $12, all ages

Jeffrey Lewis, Rebecca Tilles
What can’t Jeffrey Lewis do? He’s the world’s leading authority on Watchmen, a noted comic book artist, and a brilliant (anti-) folk singer and lyricist. This evening he'll swing through Portland for an all-ages solo acoustic show at Turn! Turn! Turn! that's guaranteed to lift your spirits heading into the weekend.
5 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, $10, all ages

King Louie & LaRhonda Steele
Renowned vocalist LaRhonda Steele and "Portland's Boss of the B-3 Organ" Louis "King Louie" Pain take their acclaimed blues and jazz act out to DeNorval Unthank Park as part of Portland Parks and Recreation's Concerts in the Park series. This evening's musical performance will be followed by a screening of the movie Hidden Figures at dusk.
6:30 pm, Unthank Park, free, all ages

Shook Twins, Taylor Kingman
If you fancy yourself as someone who keeps up with local music, there's a good chance you've heard of the Shook Twins. And there's good reason, because those twins work like an army. Their success is growing in a grassroots fashion, and not the kind that just involves selfies on Instagram. Their twin voices shape flawless harmonies, with a fluidity that likely comes not only from blood ties but endless touring. Their bluegrass-tinged, upbeat jam folk comes close to cliché, but it clearly comes from such an honest place it can't help but be respected and enjoyed. ROBIN BACIOR
7 pm, Revolution Hall, $22

DJ Quik & Scarface, Mic Capes, J-Ritz & Saywords, Rayvon Owens & Jay-Are, The Kings
If there were a Mt. Rushmore for gangsta rap icons, one could definitely make a case for the inclusion of Scarface. His iconic voice and knack for consistently delivering soulful vitriol through a hardcore Houston, Texas, lens have made Scarface a virtual deity in the South, and his influence on hip-hop is celebrated just about everywhere else. CHRIS SUTTON
9 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $30-35

The Bedrooms, Cockeye, UK Gold, Collate
Portland’s Cockeye plays vicious, thrashing queercore punk that sounds like it could shatter glass. CIARA DOLAN
8 pm, Pop Tavern, $5

Caleb Klauder Country Band, Miss Lonely Hearts
I don't care if you don't like country music: the Caleb Klauder Country Band is the best live band in Portland. When this crack team of ace players lets 'er rip, the dance floor explodes in a hullabaloo of twangin', twistin', good old-fashioned American music. NED LANNAMANN
9 pm, Doug Fir, $13-15

Space Jam
POINT: Space Jam is very terrible and has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Trust no one who says otherwise.—Erik Henriksen, Film Editor COUNTERPOINT: Space Jam is the most precious kids' basketball movie ever made! In a confusing time when GOAT Michael Jordan retired to play less watchable sports, kids were gifted Space Jam to aid in the grieving process. Portrayed as a humble family man, MJ gets sucked into a golf hole and recruited by the Looney Tunes to beat cartoon aliens at basketball. Is it far-fetched? DUH. But the Looney Tunes stay comically solid (as does Bill Murray), and the opening montage of Jordan’s career is chill-inducing. Space Jam was also the debut of Lola “Don’t Ever Call Me 'Doll'” Bunny, who yes, plays Bugs Bunny’s romantic interest, but was also initially seen as a feminist icon. And don’t get me started on the soundtrack!—Jenni Moore, Copy Chief
4:50 pm, 9:10 pm, Academy Theater

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