Joan Baez
Folk legend Joan Baez brings her "Fare Thee Well" Tour through Revolution Hall for a sold out show supporting her 25th and final studio album, Whistle Down The Wind. (8 pm, Revolution Hall, Good luck on the ticket resale sites)

Of Montreal
How to describe Of Montreal? No, I’m really asking, because I have no idea: Veering and spinning between electronica, indie, prog, psychedelia, and pop, the band—founded by and fronted by the inimitable Kevin Barnes—never settles into a single groove, instead always roving and experimenting to find new, better ones. Their live shows are just as unpredictable, just as fun, and just as clever. (8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $18-20, all ages) ERIK HENRIKSEN

Johanna Warren, Trenti, Book of Colors, Forest Veil
Portland folksinger/songwriter Johanna Warren heads up a $5 bill at Mississippi Studios, with fellow Spirit House Records artists Trenti, Book Of Colors, and Forest Veil on hand to round out the proceedings. Part of the 2018 Siren Nation Music and Arts Festival. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $5)

Troye Sivan, Kim Petras, Carlie Hanson
It’s not often you see a young gay artist singing his truth and openly promoting his LGBTQ status in his music videos, which is why paying attention to the talented Troye Sivan is a good idea. The Australian singer/actor/YouTube star has been making big waves online with a string of out-and-proud pop bangers, such as the emotionally and erotically charged “My My My,” “Bloom,” and radio hit “Wild.” Sivan’s voice is smooth and soothing, but more importantly, it aches—filled with yearning and honesty, he’s refreshingly unafraid to be a man who exposes his feelings (which we need a billion more examples of in this toxic world). While his songs may be emotionally raw, Sivan pulls the fancy trick of also making them ear-buggy and entirely danceable. Jump on the Troye train now, because you definitely do not want to be left behind. (7:30 pm, Roseland, $66, all ages) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

The Improv All-Stars
Portland's comedy scene is one of the best in the country, and a large part of that is due to the rapidly thumping heart of its improv community, and the best of the best join forces to present an evening of hilarity at Portland Center Stage, including Nicholas Kessler, Beau Brosseau, Lisa Brosseau, Katie Nguyen, Shelley McLendon, and Brad Fortier. (7:30 pm, Ellyn Bye Studio at the Armory, $10)

Caamp, Doc Robinson
The Ohio-based duo headed up by childhood friends Evan Westfall and Taylor Meie bring their banjo- and guitar-fueled indie folk to the Doug Fir Lounge for the Portland stop on a tour supporting their latest release, Boys Side-B. (9 pm, Doug Fir, $14-16)

Brandie Posey & Friends
Curious hosts an evening of stand-up headed up by the Maryland-hailing comedian, writer, and producer, known around town for her performances at Bridgetown Comedy Festival and the All Jane Festival, her live comedy-animation show "Picture This!", and as a co-host on the popular Lady to Lady podcast along with Barbara Gray & Tess Barker. (7:30 pm, Curious Comedy Theater, $10)

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