MUSIC—It's sort of heartening to consider that nearly 20 years after he skulked onto the scene with Smells Like Children, Marilyn Manson is still shock-rocking away. The patron saint of creepy trenchcoat kids everywhere, Manson's touring on his eighth album, Born Villain. Tickets are scarce for this one—be creative. AH
w/Butcher Babies; Roseland, 8 NW 6th, 8 pm, $40-60, all ages

HIPHOP FILMS—The Portland Black Film Festival continues this week, and tonight's offering is Rap City, presented by the pop archivists of Re-Run Theater. Check out clips from Graffiti Rock, scenes from hiphop movies, forgotten music videos, breakdancing footage from the Rock Steady Crew, and more. EH
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $5-7


ROCK 'N' ROLL PROM—Go back to the era of poodle skirts and Eisenhower! Rontoms brings you their fourth annual Rock 'n' Roll Prom, with popular Portland bands crooning '50s and '60s love songs (and of course, dance jams from local DJs). We all know the best way to get laid is via spiked punch and dancing a mean Frug. RF
Monarques, Pony Village, the Cry, DJ Cooky Parker, DJ Hanukkah Miracle; Rontoms, 600 E Burnside, 9 pm, $5-8

DRAG SHOW—Feel the love without the saccharine at the VD Massacre, a drag and talent show featuring performers like "Maimy Whinehouse," "Crystal Meth," and Miss "Tammy Whynot." It promises all the dancing, bad singing, and sparkling disaster that all the best relationships end up with anyway. MS
Crush, 1400 SE Morrison, 9 pm, FREE


DRINKS & MUSIC—When you're 111 fucking years old, even if you're just a bar, you're allowed to make a big deal out of your birthday. Kelly's Olympian is bringing in 15 different bands, including Wow & Flutter and And And And, for a two-day party marking the milestone. (It's also the bar's 10th year under its current ownership, so there's that, too.) DCT
Kelly's Olympian, 426 SW Washington, Fri & Sat 8 pm, FREE, 21+

MUSIC—We can't be friends anymore if you don't agree that Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's debut single "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" was one of the highlights of 1994. Their overall presence on the music scene since has been... spotty, but all five members have reunited for the Rock the Bells tour, featuring a tribute where tribute is due: to gangsta rap grandfather Eazy-E. MS
w/RCG, Kause N Effect, Mdot, & more; Roseland, 8 NW 6th, 8 pm, $30, all ages


BIKES—It's by far the craziest event of the winter: Mini-Bike Winter returns for their 10th year with more bike madness including Saturday's Chariot Wars (which is exactly what it sounds like), the Sprockettes Alley Kitten, then Sunday's mini-bike Olympics, the Tour Da Bomb (a Zoobomber classic), and... what else? Drinking! Nudity! Bacon! And cheating! Do not miss a minute. WSH
Various locations and times, hit for the schedule or follow @zoobombpdx for updates

HORN-Y MUSIC—One of New Orleans' all-time great brass bands, the Hot 8 Brass Band combines jazz, marching band music, hiphop, and that indefinable Crescent City swagger. This is the authentic real deal and it demands to be seen live, so get down to Dante's and join the second line. NL
w/Manimalhouse; Dante's, 350 W Burnside, 9 pm, $15


ROCK—Who needs a face? You'll happily watch it melt off with the beer-drenched rock 'n' roll of Portland's Red Fang. Happily! Your body will be so busy shreddin', it won't even notice. Just shotgun a couple PBRs, then get that face-less head a-banging,f because these boys don't play around town as much as we want 'em to. CF
w/Federation X, Dog Shredder; Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, 8:30 pm, $15-16, all ages

SOCCER—Portland footy fans will get an inaugural glimpse at new head coach Caleb Porter, as the new-look Timbers kick off their second annual preseason tourney with a doubleheader. The first swift boot to the balls drops when Sweden's AIK takes on FC Dallas, with the Timbers battling San Jose in the next match. BG
Jeld-Wen Field, 1844 SW Morrison, 2:30 & 5 pm, $10-75


STAR TREK CRAFTS—Cyrano Jones was an asshole for helping spread amazing multitudes of tribbles throughout the Alpha Quadrant. But not you! Our chums at Atomic Arts—the people behind Trek in the Park—are staging beloved episode "The Trouble with Tribbles" this summer. And that means they need tribbles. LOTS of them. So dress up, bring some furry fabric, and set your glue guns to stun. DCT
The Jack London Bar, 529 SW 4th, 6 pm, FREE

MUSIC—The idiosyncratic Eels' 10th album is the latest in the prolific band's history. The brand-spanking new Wonderful, Glorious lives up to its title's adjectives, full of lead Eel Mark Oliver Everett's soul-baring aplomb, catchy hooks, and even a newfound optimism. CF
w/Nicole Atkins; Aladdin Theater, 3017 SE Milwaukie, 8 pm, $28.50-30


READINGExploding the Phone: The Untold Story of the Teenagers and Outlaws Who Hacked Ma Bell by Phil Lapsley is an in-depth look at the original hackers: The weirdos and technophiles who, back in the pre-personal computing dark ages, figured out how to exploit the phone system for their own gain. AH
Powell's City of Books, 1005 W Burnside, 7:30 pm, FREE

MUSIC—On the day of the release of their new album, Untamed Beast, Portland favorites Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside bring their vintage, fiery rock 'n' roll to a cozy in-store performance. This one'll be packed to the rafters, so pre-order Untamed Beast from Music Millennium and get guaranteed admission. NL
Music Millennium, 3158 E Burnside, 7 pm, FREE, all ages