Portland Timbers vs. Real Salt Lake
This afternoon, a well-rested Timbers side welcome Real Salt Lake to Providence Park for Portland’s final home game of the regular season. The road wasn’t without its share of bumps and bruises, but head coach Gio Savarese’s first year with the club is shaping up to be a success. A win today would generate some much-needed momentum with playoffs looming large on the horizon. (2 pm, Providence Park, $42-175, all ages) CHIPP TERWILLIGER

Henry Rollins
The punk legend-turned-writer, actor, motivational speaker, television and radio host, spoken word artist, comedian, and activist shares some photographs from years spent traveling when the "Travel Slideshow Tour" swings through the Aladdin Theater. (3 pm & 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $30, all ages)

Greg Proops
You know Greg Proops as the outstanding improviser from Whose Line is it Anyway—but he’s also outstanding in the field of smart, incisive standup comedy AND funny, highly listenable podcasting. (7:30 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $16-26) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Portland VegFest
Portland VegFest is giving veggie lovers, vegans and vegetarians a chance to celebrate plant-based living. For an entry of just $10 you can partake in free samples, chef demonstrations, workouts, and checkout a slew of health and nutrition speakers, restaurants, films, books, and activities for youth. (10 am, Oregon Convention Center, $10-17) JENNI MOORE

Gruff Rhys
The Welsh singer/songwriter and Super Furry Animals frontman steps out for a solo show supporting his latest full-length, Babelsberg. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $12-14)

Portland Mac & Cheese Festival
Castaway hosts the First Annual Portland Mac & Cheese Festival, with chefs from Portland and beyond serving up an array of takes on the comfort food classic and competing to take home the crown for best dish of the festival. Entry includes unlimited Mac & Cheese tastings, access to adult beverages, and one vote for your favorite dish. (11 am, Castaway, $45-90)

Little Shop of Horrors
"I think I need a root canal. I definitely need a long, slow root canal." (2 pm, Hollywood Theatre)

Lykke Li, TiRon, Ayomari
Renowned Swedish singer/songwriter Lykke Li brings her dreamy and dancey blend of electronic pop music through the Roseland for the Portland stop on a North American tour supporting her latest full-length, So Sad So Sexy. (8 pm, Roseland, $29.50-45, all ages)

Arlo Indigo, Jackson Boone, Small Skies
Portland's Arlo Indigo (AKA Jeremiah Brunnhoelzl) serves up electronically-enhanced pop music built out of layers of sound and melody. Tonight he celebrates the release of his latest full-length, Heartbeef, performing the complete album in its entirety. (8:30 pm, Holocene, $8)

No Kind of Rider, Pool Boys, Wave Action
Wave Action's simple, down-tempo surf feels like daydreaming about aquamarine beaches while lying in a lukewarm Fred Meyer kiddie pool on a gray, humid Portland summer day. (8 pm, Rontoms, free) CIARA DOLAN

Hocus Pocus
The 1993 Disney family comedy that starts at "sugar high" and ends somewhere past "diabetic shock" on the saccharine scale. At least it's not Teen Witch. (8 pm, Mission Theater)

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