Smokey Robinson & the Oregon Symphony
Perhaps you're the type of person who can't express the love you're feeling. If so, today's the day to let the expert step in and do it for you, when the Oregon Symphony presents Valentine's Day with Smokey Robinson. Listen to this classic soul singer croon his greatest hits ("You've Really Got a Hold on Me," "The Tracks of My Tears," and more), then turn to your sweetie, and tell him/her, "What he said." (7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $35-145, all ages) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Reva DeVito’s 3rd Annual Valentine's Day Jumper
Portland soul and R&B songstress Reva DeVito takes over Holocene for a third-straight Valentine's Day party, with very special guest Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids DJ-ing a dance party and joining DeVito and her backing band to perform a few songs live. Barisone, ​Lamar LeRoy, and Everyday Mixtapes hold down the local support. (8:30 pm, Holocene, $10-12)

Cry Babe, Mr. Wrong, Sea Moss, DJ Neighbor Nate
Cry Babe wants to give Portland a big ol' valentine in the form of this cassette release party for their latest EP, with help from Mr. Wrong and Sea Moss. And when they're all done, DJ Neighbor Nate will get on the decks and spin up a Valentine's Day Dance Party for everyone not ready to head home just yet. (8 pm, High Water Mark, $7)

Taylor Tomlinson
The Los Angeles-based comedian and co-host of the "Self-Helpless" podcast brings her easy-going wit and self-deprecating charm to the Helium stage for a full slate of shows, including a special Valentine's Day performance. (8 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $22-33)

I Love Cats. And Drinking.
Do you like cats? Do you like drinking? What if you could talk about cats while drinking? Does that sound like fun? What about the possibility of playing cat themed games, or enjoying cat themed entertainments while drinking and talking and/or thinking about cats? Does this sound like a thing you might want to do? Well guess what... (4 pm, Valentines, free)

Valentine's Dinner Cruise
The Portland Spirit stretches Valentine's Day out to the following weekend, with music by The Bylines underscoring a romantic four-course meal at a private table before commencing in a champagne toast as the views slowly float by. (6:30 pm, Portland Spirit, $208 per couple)

Punk Valentine's Party: The Variants, Wild Jumps, The Living Skins
Who says Valentine's has to be fancy dress and candlelight dinners? Why cant it be three bands at the No Fun kicking the shit out of your ears all night? Huh? (9 pm, No Fun, $5)

The Dirty Sexy Chocolate Show
The Dirty Sexy Chocolate Show returns for a fourth year, combining elements of cabaret and cooking shows to fill your Valentine's Day with singing, dancing, music, sock puppets, and last but not least, a decadent chocolate dessert prepared live on stage by CheffyPants and his sexy kitchen crew. (8 pm, Star Theater, $25-210)

L'amoure Italian Style
The Tuscan roots and Florentine cuisine that chef/owner Paolo Calamai is known for will be on full display in Burrasca's Valentine's Day "omnivore's feast," a four-course prix fixe dinner, with special glass pours and wine pairings available. (5:30 pm, Burrasca, $75)

Love Sucks: An Emo Valentine's Day
No Vacancy takes a look at all the hearts and chocolates and roses plastered all over this holiday and says "fuck all that" with this DJ night that screams its lungs out with throwback pop, punk, alternative, and emo classics. Wear black if you've got some (you've got some). (8:30 pm, No Vacancy Lounge, $5)

Sweet on You: A Cocktail Tasting Experience
Celebrate Valentine's Day at the Doug Fir with a private demo and cocktail tasting with Bar Manager Kyle Ritchie. Enjoy three courses of craft cocktails created for the special occasion and an array of small bar snacks, and get to know how each drink was designed and crafted. (7 pm, Doug Fir, $36)

Love Bites
Valentine's is sometimes not romantic, or warm 'n' fuzzy, or any other mushy, lovey-dovey feeling you can conjure up in your head. Sometimes the holiday is more like a straight-up horror-show, and that's where Fear PDX comes in, staging a full weekend's worth of haunted house madness in honor of this Hallmark holiday. (7 pm, Fear PDX, $28-50)

CoHo presents their production of Tony Burgess' cult-favorite satire, about a small-town wanna-be shock jock who finds himself stuck in the middle of a zombie apocalypse—not that an apocalypse is gonna stop him from broadcasting or anything. You might be like "Wait, how the hell is this Valentines-y?" Just... trust us. It's in there. (7:30 pm, CoHo Theater, $25-32)

Don't forget to check out our Valentine's Day Things To Do calendar for even more lovey-dovey things to do!