Sunday Service: Day of the Dead
Chapel Hill hosts a special Halloween installment of Sunday Service, with live performances from Portland hip-hop and R&B artists TYuS and Young Lit Hippy, DJ sets from Dubblife and Dave Quam, and a full line-up of fun activities including beer pong, face painting, and a raffle. (3 pm, Chapel Hill, $7)

Public Image Ltd
John Lydon’s tenure as the leader of Public Image Ltd has eclipsed the number of years he spent fronting the Sex Pistols by at least a decade, but people won’t let him live down his days as Johnny Rotten. More’s the pity, as Public Image Ltd has gone to higher musical heights—incorporating dub, noise, synth-pop, and Steve Vai along the way—than his first band would ever dream of attempting. The group’s current iteration arrives on our shores to celebrate the 40-year anniversary of their debut album and the release of a new career-spanning documentary on the band. (8 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $35-40)

Adebisi, Tribe Mars, Mal London, Mic Capes
Adebisi Okuneye and her backing band bring a blend of neo-soul, jazz, and hip-hop down to the Doug Fir Lounge to celebrate the release of their new single, with Tribe Mars, Mal London, and Mic Capes on-hand to round out the proceedings. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $10-12)

WL, The Wild Body
Portland dream pop trio WL head up the latest installment of Sunday Sessions at Rontoms with assistance from local post-punks the Wild Body. (9 pm, Rontoms, free)

The Magic Numbers
The English quartet headed up brothers and sisters Angela and Sean Gannon and Michele and Romeo Stodart bring their pop-tinged indie rock across the pond for a North American tour supporting their 2018 full-length, Outsiders. (9 pm, Holocene, $14-16)

SOB x RBE, Quando Rondo
The quick-rising Bay Area hip-hop group spearheaded by Yhung T.O., Slimmy B, Lul G, and DaBoii make their way back up the coast for the Portland stop on their their international "Global Gangin" Tour. (8 pm, Roseland, $25)

Hahas for Housing
A comedy fundraiser to help benefit housing nonprofict Sabin CDC, with sets from local all-stars including Mohanad Elshieky, Jaren George, Dylan Jones, Rochelle Cote, Corina Lucas, and Carter Anderson. Hosted by Benjamin Tier. (5 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $50)

Halloween Bingo
The Siren hosts a Halloween party that hearkens back to the days of hairspray and polyester, cigarettes and coffee, daubers full of bingo ink and hyper-competitive old people matching numbers and letters. Jed Arkley and Erin Jean O'Regan host this throwback afternoon complete with prizes and mimosas. Come in costume! Well, you don't have to, but it'd be cooler if you did! (11 am, Siren Theater, $5)

The Oregon Zoo provides a safe space for families looking to get their trick-or-treating in early, and most trick-or-treat expeditions don't include intricately planned scavenger hunts amidst a ton of animal exhibits, so costumed kids can acquire heaps of deforestation-free candy while learning about wildlife. (9:30 am, Oregon Zoo, free w/ Zoo admission, all ages)

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