Tank & the Bangas, Big Freedia, Naughty Professor
New Orleans artist Big Freedia has been credited with the rising popularity of bounce music, and her shows are said to be some of the most activating, fun, twerktastic parties around. After releasing her fifth project Third Ward Bounce this year, Freedia embarks on a co-headliner tour (“The Head Banga Tour”) with soul/funk/hip-hop outfit Tank and the Bangas, another act originating from New Orleans. And if after the show you still haven’t gotten enough of that NOLA flavor, Big Freedia has an excellent and addictive reality show on Fuse (and Hulu) called Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce. (8 pm, Roseland, $25, all ages) JENNI MOORE

The I, Anonymous Show
One of the greatest Portland comedy shows returns—and with more guaranteed laughs! It’s the monthly I, Anonymous Show which takes the Mercury’s wildest I, Anonymous column submissions and presents them alongside a panel of hilarious comedians. This month features pinch-hitter and Mercury 2018 “Genius of Comedy” Kate Murphy hosting a panel of fellow “Geniuses of Comedy” alumni including Amanda Arnold, Marcus Coleman, and Nariko Ott! Face it, you need some laughs, and the I, Anonymous Show will absolutely provide ’em! (7:30 pm, Curious Comedy Theater, $10) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Cloud Nothings, Nap Eyes, The Woolen Men
Cleveland-hailing singer/songwriter Dylan Baldi brings his fuzzed-out and chaotic blend of punk and noise rock back to Portland in support of their new album, Last Building Burning. (9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $18-20)

Iceage, Black Lips, Surfbort
“What is it that Iceage in particular brings?” asks punk icon Richard Hell in a recent essay about the band, released alongside the announcement of their new record Beyondless. Hell’s answer to his own question is the undeniable consensus: “A large number of extraordinary things.” The Danish rockers of Iceage have grown quickly and gracefully through four albums, evolving from noise-leaning hardcore into post-punk by way of Nick Cave. With a live setup now featuring saxophone and violin, Iceage’s Wonder Ballroom performance promises to showcase a band constantly pushing their own limits. (8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $20-23) BEN WEINSTEIN

Celeste Barber
The Australian actor, writer, comedian, and fast-rising internet personality brings her North American tour through Portland fof a pair of shows at Helium Comedy Club. (5:30 pm & 8 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $25)

Dead Boys, Jane Lee Hooker, The Sadists
Led by founding members Cheetah Chrome and Johnny Blitz, Cleveland punk rock pioneers the Dead Boys return to Dante's for the Portland stop on a West Coast tour. (9 pm, Dante's, $17)

Robert W. Turner
In Not for Long, sociologist and former professional football player Robert W. Turner draws on his own experience as a player and over 140 interviews with current and former NFL players to offer insight on why so many athletes struggle with life after retirement.(7 pm, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing, free)

Petunia & The Vipers, Jenny Don't & the Spurs, Charlotte McCaslin
In the tradition of first-wave rock 'n' roll, Vancouver, BC's Petunia and the Vipers offer slick steel-guitar leads à la Don Helms, stand-up bass, kazoos, and some of the best goddamn yodeling you're ever going to hear. The Vipers' live penchant for exploding into dynamic Western swing is infectious and invigorating. (9 pm, The Liquor Store, $10) RYAN J. PRADO

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