Kali Uchis, Gabriel Garzón-Montano
Kali Uchis is teetering on the brink of pop super stardom. The Colombian American singer/songwriter has toured with Lana del Rey and cultivated a following of loyal stans ever since releasing her 2015 Por Vida EP. In April, Uchis dropped her debut LP Isolation, and it’s pretty much perfect—she jumps easily from R&B to garage rock to reggaetón, with features from artists like Bootsy Collins, Reykon, and Tyler, the Creator. Uchis’ music videos, which have millions of YouTube views, typically involve a lot of bubblegum-pink (her pink hairdo, a pink sunset) and driving down lonely roads in retro roadsters. (8:30 pm, Roseland, $35-65, all ages) ISABEL LYNDON

Chad VanGaalen, Valley Maker, Loving
Canadian singer/songwriter and visual artist Chad VanGaalen makes weirdo indie rock that’s only rivalled in greatness by his animated music videos. His 2017 album Light Information holds a microscope to humanity’s relationship with time, technology, and self-imposed boundaries. Like every VanGaalen creation, it’s strange but beautiful, in an alien way. (9 pm, Doug FIr, $17-20) CIARA DOLAN

Lez Stand Up: Caitlin's Going Away Show
Lez Stand Up bids a fond farewell to one of Portland's most amazing founts of pure wonderfulness, Caitlin Weierhauser, with a going-away show containing sets from regulars Laura Anne Whitley and Kirsten Kuppenbender, along with Wendy Weiss and special guest El Sanchez. (8 pm, Siren Theater, $12-15)

Greta Van Fleet, Dorothy
The much-ballyhooed “death” of rock has led to an unusual side effect: As shaggy dudes playing loud guitars recede from the spotlight, the few remaining rock acts have grown even more precious to the diehards. This explains the rapid rise of Greta Van Fleet, a Michigan quartet of three brothers and one friend who are selling out large halls before they’ve even released a full-length album (and before two of the members have reached legal drinking age). A listen to either of GVF’s startlingly competent EPs, Black Smoke Rising and From the Fires, reveals why: These kids are hidebound devotees to the Orthodox Church of Led Zeppelin, replicating that band’s swing, swagger, and screeching vocals with an almost astonishing amount of confidence. They’ve gained acclaim for a powerful live show, and with their much anticipated debut album due in October, Greta Van Fleet are poised to become absolutely massive. When they do, enjoy their riffs, which really are good—but just be ready to ignore the countless think-pieces that say, “Rock is back!” (8 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $37.50-50, all ages) NED LANNAMANN

Galaxe, Blossom & Ripley Snell
Rapper/singer Ripley Snell and local soul songstress Blossom recently dropped their collaborative four-track EP, Clout Atlas:: Dormiveglia. “Dormiveglia” is defined as the state of being half-asleep or half-awake, and the project resulted in some sleepy, synthy, laid-back grooves like the title track, “Trader Joes,” and “casting couch.” Their show at Jack London is an opportunity to hear the EYRST labelmates perform it all live. (9 pm, Jack London Revue, $10-12) JENNI MOORE

Ohmme, Mere Mention
The Chicago-hailing experimental pop and rock act spearheaded by vocalists and musicians Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart swing through Kelly's Olympian for an intimate Portland show supporting their Joyful Noise-issued debut, Parts. (9 pm, Kelly's Olympian, $10-12)

Judy on Duty: Dykes Wanted
A special TBA edition of Judy, celebrating the local queer community. The vibe is genuinely comfortable and inclusive, so assholes and creeps: Stay away, or you'll have to answer to a lot of angry Judys. (10 pm, PICA at Hancock, $5-15)

The London-based electronic soul duo spearheaded by Andy Clutterbuck and James Hatcher returns to the Wonder Ballroom stage for the Portland stop on the "Love Me/Love Me Not" Tour. (9 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $16-18, all ages)

Little Shop of Horrors Picture Show
Many have tried to capture that Rocky Horror magic, but of all the contenders to that irreverent throne, Little Shop of Horrors might have the strongest claim, and the Alberta Rose hosts a blowout interactive sing-a-long and screening to help benefit Wildwood Farm Sanctuary. There will be props, cupcakes and donuts (vegan, too!), an opportunity to take a photo with man-eating plants, a raffle, and more! (7 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, $25)

The Comedy Get Down
This kingly collection of all-star comedy talent comes back through Portland, with sets from stand-up legends D.L. Hughley, Eddie Griffin, Cedric the Entertainer, and George Lopez. (8 pm, Moda Center, $49.75-89.75)

Clementine Ford, Lindy West
In Fight Like A Girl, Clementine Ford blends elements of memoir, opinion, and investigative journalism to chronicle, and rally around, the uphill battle women face on a daily basis. Ford will be joined in conversation by Lindy West, author of Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman. (7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free)

Penn & Teller
When they first started, Penn & Teller were the punk upstarts in a wing of the entertainment industry that was fairly staid in its superficial glossiness. And as the decades have gone on, they've essentially become the establishment they set out to overturn, without sacrificing their irreverence and style. (7:30 pm, Keller Auditorium, $45-65)

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