Pete Holmes
The NYC-based comedian known for creating and starring in the semi-autobiographical HBO show, Crashing, and for hosting the weekly interview podcast, You Made it Weird, swings through the Aladdin Theater to tape his new HBO special. (7 pm & 9:30 pm, Aladdin Theater, $25-30, all ages)

Laura Gibson, Maita
Goners, the fifth album from Portland singer/songwriter Laura Gibson, is both the latest installment of her expertly crafted, eerily spectral folksongs and a vista onto new musical territory, where violins and Wurlitzers provide the backdrop for Gibson’s haunted, heartfelt lyrics. In other words, Goners is the newest terrific piece of work from one of Portland’s best, and tonight’s record release show is the perfect chance to make its acquaintance. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $16-18) NED LANNAMANN

Harriet Tubman
The three members of Harriet Tubman—bassist Melvin Gibbs, drummer J.T. Lewis, and guitarist Brandon Ross—have provided a musical backbone for artists ranging from Rollins Band to Jewel, Dead Prez to David Sanborn. As a unit, they bring that experience to bear on an electric jazz sound that is fiery and unbound. Their 2017 album Araminta is particularly devastating, with angular tributes to Nina Simone and, with a guest spot from trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith, a powerful homage to “President Obama’s Speech at the Selma Bridge.” (8 pm & 10 pm, Jack London Revue, $20) ROBERT HAM

Orquestra Pacifico Tropical, Terror/Cactus, Brown Calculus, DJ Daniela Karina
The Tonic Lounge hosts a Dia De Los Muertos Showcase, with Portland party starters Orquestra Pacifico Tropical heading up the festivities, and fellow Pacific NW artists Terror/Cactus, Brown Calculus, and DJ Daniela Karina rounding out the bill. (8 pm, Tonic Lounge, $10)

Pure Bathing Culture, Necklace
There probably isn't a single space-related word that hasn't been used to describe Pure Bathing Culture. Sure they're dreamy, astral, and euphoric—they'll turn your eyes into diamonds, your arms into flowing robes! They're downright mystical, and the reason we're running out of words to contain them is proof that you should have seen them live by now. (8:30 pm, Polaris Hall, $10-15) JENNA FLETCHER

Karl Blau, The Easy Leaves
Prolific Anacortes-based singer/songwriter Karl Blau brings his playful and heartfelt blend of indie rock, country, and folk back to Portland for a co-headlined show with California country and western duo the Easy Leaves. (8 pm, Mission Theater, $12-15, all ages)

Vacilando, The Zags, Whim
Listening to Vacilando's stunning, ambient-tinged, rusted-steel folk is like watching old photographs slowly emerging in developer fluid. (9 pm, White Eagle, $8) NED LANNAMANN

Holla!: '90s vs Early '00s Rap & RNB Night
The minds behind Tribute Night go an entire night playing nothing but classics from the platinum and golden eras of hip-hop. Resident DJ Ronin Roc and a special guest will keep the decks working hard all night, while you shake your booty and take advantage of a free photo night to create memories that will last. (9 pm, Holocene, $10)

Portland Winterhawks vs. Victoria Royals
Ice Hockey returns to the Moda Center, with the Winterhawks facing off against the Victoria Royals in the first game of a back-to-back home stand. (7 pm, Moda Center, $14-32, all ages)

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