For more than 15 years, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid have been an inimitable force in the Portland dance scene. Since 2002 the power duo has hosted Andaz—their monthly bhangra, Bollywood, and desi bass dance party (the longest running on the West Coast)—and let me tell you, it is WILD. There were flashing lights and Bollywood movies playing on TVs. The air was thick with moisture, so thick that I'm pretty sure it was condensing on the ceiling. Surrounded by energetic dancers, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid inundated late-night revelers with rhythms from South Asia and beyond. (Sat 9 pm, The Liquor Store, $5-10) CIARA DOLAN

Erotic City
You gotta have some serious nerve to step into the purple high-heeled booties of Prince, and luckily Portland's premier tribute band, Erotic City, has the chops to back it up. (Fri 9 pm, The Fixin' To, $10) MARJORIE SKINNER

Snap! Y2K: Britney Edition
The latest installment of the beloved monthly dance night doubles as a tribute to Britney Spears, with DJs Colin Jones, Freaky Outty, and Timothy Bee spinning all your favorites Britney jams along with the normal selection of hits from the early '90s through the early 2000’s. (Fri 9 pm, Holocene, $6-7)

Improv GIants
A massive attack of the Siren Theater's favoritest improv comedy all-stars, including Shelley McLendon, Nicholas Kessler, Jed Arkley, DK Reinemer, Kate Murphy, Kirsten Kuppenbender, and more! (Fri 8 pm, Siren Theater, $5)

Rock Against Fascism PDX
This weekend-long skank fest (as in the dance) will directly benefit the International Anti-Fascist Defense Fund and boasts a sprawling, multi-day lineup of bands and DJs “from all over North America.” (Fri-Sat 5 pm, Sun noon, Cider Riot, $10)

Heat Vision: An ICE Resistance Rally and Concert
The Ice Breakers are a local activist organization seeking to abolition ICE that meets weekly at the Portland Mercado for public meetings. True to their “fight fear with fun” ethos, they’ll host a superhero-themed rally and concert to battle the “super villain organization.” Costumes encouraged. (Sat 2 pm, 4310 SW Macadam, free) EMILLY PRADO

LOX, Dragging an Ox Through Water, Sad Horse
The Firkin Tavern throws a pay-what-you-can benefit show supporting the Burgerville Workers Union and their ongoing fight for worker's rights and self representation. LOX, Dragging an Ox through Water, and Sad Horse perform, and a portion of proceeds from the bar will be donated to the cause. (Sat 8 pm, Firkin Tavern, free)

Lavender Country, Soft Butch
Released initially as a private press LP in 1973, Lavender Country was the first gay country album ever, beating out Peter Grudzien’s The Unicorn by a year. The messages in the music sadly still resonate to a modern audience, but they no longer have to be delivered from the shadows. (Sat 9 pm, The Fixin' To, $10) ROBERT HAM

Malt Lizard, Nick Normal
Locals Malt Lizard and Nick Normal head up the latest installment of Sunday Sessions at Rontoms with their lo-fi experimental punk and power pop sounds. (Sun 8 pm, Rontoms, free)

Hungry Hungry Hip-Hop
This month's installment of the local showcase doubles as a release show for 1 Young Micah's latest album, Collage. Mat Randol, Midori, and Free Tillman round out the proceedings. (Sun 9 pm, Mississippi Pizza Pub & Atlantis Lounge, $5)