David Crosby & Friends
Classic rock’s favorite grumpy uncle has evolved from aging mustachioed relic into that most 21st century of things: a fantastic social media personality. David Crosby has already left behind more than enough for any one person’s legacy: his pioneering work and bridge-burning break with the Byrds, his ongoing feuds and subsequent reconciliations with Stills, Nash, and Young; his prison time on drug charges; and his surprising contribution to the Melissa Etheridge family tree. But Croz also wields a hilariously curt, insightful tongue through his Twitter handle, where he writes short, fantastic responses to questions from fans and troublemakers alike. Is it the best thing David Crosby has ever been involved in? No—that would be his drowsy, sun-dappled masterpiece of a solo album, 1971’s If I Could Only Remember My Name. But Crosby continues to surprise and evolve more than half a century after “Mr. Tambourine Man.” We’re lucky to still have him around. (8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $65-585) NED LANNAMANN

Portland Timbers vs. Seattle Sounders
The 2018 MLS Playoffs are in full effect, and after a gutsy 2-1 win down in Dallas, the Timbers are set to host their bitter rivals to the north in the first of a two-game series that will decide which team gets to represent Cascadia in the Western Conference Finals. (2:30 pm, Providence Park, $40-452)

Susan Orlean
The acclaimed author of The Orchid Thief and Rin Tin Tin returns with The Library Book, reopening the unsolved mystery of the devastating 1986 fire that tore through the Los Angeles Public Library, consuming 400,000 books and damaging 700,000 more. (7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free)

Still Corners, Ruby Haunt
The London-based dream pop project headed up by songwriter/producer Greg Hughes and vocalist Tessa Murray come back across the pond for a North American tour supporting their latest full-length, Slow Air. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $12-15)

Goo Goo Dolls
The long-running rock band out of Buffalo, NY make their way back to the Roseland stage for the Portland stop on a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their breakout 1998 album, Dizzy Up the Girl. (8 pm, Roseland, $49.50-79.50)

Rachael O'Brien, Sabrina Danzl
Curious Comedy hosts an evening of live podcasting and stand-up from Rachael O'Brien, an Oregon native known for her role on Bravo's Vanderpump Rules and for hosting the "Be Here for A While" podcast. (8 pm, Curious Comedy Theater, $20-40)

Matthew Dear
Prolific Texas-hailing producer, DJ, and electronic avant-pop artist Matthew Dear returns to the Holocene stage for the Portland stop on a tour supporting his latest LP, Bunny. (9 pm, Holocene, $15-17)

Laura Palmer’s Death Parade, Dirty Princess
Portland singer/songwriter Laura Hopkins brings her haunting blend of psych-folk back to Rontoms to head up the latest installment of Sunday Sessions. (8 pm, Rontoms, free)

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