Phoebe Robinson
Phoebe Robinson has become an increasingly popular voice in comedy. Perhaps you’ve heard of one of her hilarious podcasts (2 Dope Queens and Sooo Many White Guys), or enjoyed one of her stand-up sets on that recent “Yaaas Queen Yaaas” tour with Ilana Glazer, or read her first memoir You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain. Now she’s touring in support of her new book Everything Is Trash, but It’s Okay. Sadly, her set at Live Wire is sold out, but you can still catch her at Powell’s, the only free and open-to-the-public stop on the whole damn book tour. (7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free) JENNI MOORE

Saintseneca, Trace Mountains
Saintseneca’s songs crackle and buzz with an energy that would benefit many similar indie folk-rock bands. The Columbus, Ohio, group—helmed by singer/songwriter Zac Little—has felt like it’s been on the verge of bigger things for a while now, thanks to 2014’s Dark Arc and 2015’s Such Things. But the band’s new album, Pillar of Na, may be their best yet. It’s warm, strummy, restless, and relentlessly catchy, with one foot planted in the world of elegant pop-rock and the other rooted in punk ethos. It’s well worth a listen, if for no other reason than Little’s stated goal: “I told [producer] Mike Mogis I wanted Violent Femmes meets the new Blade Runner soundtrack,” he explains in the band’s bio. “I’m looking for the intersection between Kendrick Lamar and the Fairport Convention.” Was he successful? That’s for your ears to decide. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $12-14) BEN SALMON

This celebration of all the things that make winter fun returns to the Rose Quarter, courtesy of 10 Barrel Brewing and Toyota. This year's events include an opportunity to meet Olympic gold medalists Red Gerard and Maddie Bowman, as well as skiiers and snowboarders like Sammy Carlson, Erika Vikander, and AJ Kitt. Plus the mountain of vendors and exhibitors selling wares and experiences you normally can only get on a mountain as opposed to the Rose Quarter. (Veterans Memorial Coliseum, $10-49, all ages)

Peanut Butter Wolf
The Los Angeles-based DJ and founder of the influential rap label, Stones Throw Records, makes his way up the coast for a late-night set at the Jack London Revue. (11:55 pm, Jack London Revue, $18-20)

Máscaras, Healing Gems, Ex-Kids
Local psych shredders Máscaras head up a Saturday night show at the Fixin' To, with likeminded Los Angeles outfit Healing Gems and up-and-coming Portland punks Ex-Kids rounding out the bill. (9 pm, The Fixin' To, $7)

The Shining
It says something about Stanley Kubrick’s skill as a director that, of all the perfectly framed, perfectly lit, perfectly staged scenes and shots in The Shining, moments that embed themselves like patient little tumors in the soft spots of your brain, maybe the most profoundly fucking creepy thing in the whole film isn’t two twins holding hands, or an elevator filled with blood, or a man in a bear suit caught mid-fellatio, or a woman transforming instantly in a single edit from siren to pile of sloughed-off skin. No, it’s a little boy riding a Big Wheel around the perimeter of a carpeted dining room. That’s it. A boy, his bike, and the unsettling rhythm of his plastic wheels thumping up onto the carpet, and smacking back down on the hardwood. (6:30 pm, 9:30 pm, Academy Theater, $3-4) BOBBY ROBERTS

The Weather Station, Jennifer Castle
The Weather Station is the working name of Canadian songstress Tamara Lindeman, whose work has conjured up comparisons to musicians like Joni Mitchell and Bill Callahan, just as much for her vocal timbre and gentle finger-picked melodies as for her penetrating lyrics. It'd be easy to assume from their meandering, breezy instrumentation that her songs would be filled with simplistic lyrics, but within Lindeman's wispy delivery are striking depictions of landscape and relationships that read like stand-alone poems or essays. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $12-14) ROBIN BACIOR

Comedy, Candidates, & Cocktails
Multnomah County Democrats harness the power of local laughter to help raise funds for their electoral efforts, featuring stand-up sets from Alex Falcone, Mohanad Elshieky, Corina Lucas, and Katie Nguyen. Hosted by state senator Lew Frederick. (7:30 pm, North Portland Eagles Lodge, $25)

Food for the Soul: A Benefit Concert for Potluck in the Park
Potluck in the Park has served hot, nutritious, and free meals to people in need every Sunday since 1991. Celebrate 25 years of their entirely volunteer-run work by joining them in a vital fundraiser packed with tasty food, cocktails, several different bands, and legendary drag performer Darcelle XV. (6 pm, Tiffany Center) EMILLY PRADO

Roller Derby Tournament: Rose City Wreckers vs. Special Guests
The Rose City Wreckers host an all-day, double elimination tournament at the Hangar featuring the Columbia Gorge Roller Girls, Everett Washington's Jet City Roller Derby, Southern Oregon's "SO Derby," Eastern Washington's Chaos Theory Pickup Rollers, and Montana's Big Mountain Misfits. The tournament begins at noon, with the finals going off at 7:30pm and 9pm. (noon, The Hangar at Oaks Park, $15-25, all ages)

The Mummies, The Edgar Allan Posers, The Nummies
The pioneering garage punk revival act out of San Bruno, California bring their raw sound and trademarked live show through Dante's to get the Halloween festivities started a little early. (9 pm, Dante's, $25)

Pan's Labyrinth
Pan's Labyrinth is Guillermo del Toro's masterpiece. Set in post-civil war Spain, Labyrinth follows a young girl, Ofelia (Ivana Baquero); as post-war fascism dominates her life, she discovers an ancient forest presided over by a faun who's at once welcoming and sinister (Doug Jones). Descending into a world of myth, danger, and horror, Ofelia's story becomes twofold--roughly half of Labyrinth deals with historical drama, while the other explores the fantastic and symbolic. Labyrinth is breathtaking: Rich performances, stunning visuals, and an assured, original tone demonstrate how dear the material is to del Toro. (7 pm, Fifth Avenue Cinema) ERIK HENRIKSEN

Hands Up: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testaments
The August Wilson Red Door Project is bringing back the revered Hands Up, a monologue set commissioned in the wake of Michael Brown and John Crawford III’s murders. Each of the seven testaments were created by individual Black playwrights. Past runs have sold out quickly, so get your free tickets in advance. (7:30 pm, Wayfinding Academy, free w/ rsvp)

East Portland Arts and Literary Festival
The Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon presents proof that a vibrant, valid, and necessary arts festival doesn't have to be confined to downtown, and POC representation should be much higher. The East Portland Arts and Literary Festival is led by artists of color, and participating performers include Joe Kye, Dao Strom, Brian W. Parker, Katie Nguyen, and many more. Includes family-friendly activities, a book and craft fair, workshops, and visual art showcases and installations. (10 am, Portland Community College Southeast Campus, $5)

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