VIVA!—Hot damn, this is going to be fun. Viva Las Vegas is the danciest, hottest, hubba-bubba Elvis movie of all time thanks to the lovely and peculiar Ann-Margret. Enjoy the buttery singing of the King and the spastic, frantic dancing of the quintessential '60s bombshell—all under the stars as part of the Northwest Film Center's Top Down: Rooftop Cinema series. CF
w/Yours; Hotel deLuxe (parking garage roof), 729 SW 15th, 8 pm, $9

YA DIG?—There's always room for more mirrorballin' in your life, so get down to Holocene's Studio 69 party and shake that groove thing to the likes of Ancient Heat, whose live-band classic disco will have you checking your watch to see what year it is, and the icy-cool Italo beats of Reporter, whose sleekly gorgeous melodies are designed to devastate. NL
w/Starlight & Magic, DJ Maxx Bass, DJ Erik Hanson, DJ Liz B; Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, 9 pm, $5


SHOW US YER CLIPS—Let's start a new blog called "Things Portland People Like." The first post will be all about Clips of Faith, New Belgium Brewing's free, one-night-only, bikey film fest on a giant screen in Waterfront Park, benefiting the Bicycle Transportation Alliance. You cannot resist! SM
Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 1020 SW Naito, 7:30 pm, FREE

BARNYARD BLITZ—If we had to pick favorites, when it comes to summertime music fests, Pickathon would fare mighty well in the polls. Whether you camp all weekend or just take a day trip to Pendarvis Farm for nearly 50 fine musical acts, food carts, and general splendor in the grass, don't miss one of the highlights of the summer. MS
Pendarvis Farm, 16581 SE Hagen, Happy Valley, Fri-Sun, $75-145,


PIC-I-NIC BASKET—This year's Brunch on the Hawthorne Bridge promises to nearly double their sod size from last year. Voodoo Doughnut makes an attempt at the world record for the world's largest box of doughnuts, and everyone gets to (HAS to) take some home! There will be croquet, carts, sod, cornhole, and more sod! Proceeds go to B-Shares, a bicycle delivery program for those in need. SS
Hawthorne Bridge, 10 am-2 pm, $25

DJ HEDWIG—Actor/director/DJ John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Shortbus, Rabbit Hole) is bringing his infamous West Village Mattachine dance party to our very doorstop. Got a probing question? He'll be answering them earlier in the day, just doors away at Q Center. MS
Q&A at Q Center, 4115 N Mississippi, 4-5 pm, FREE, all ages; Mattachine w/DJ Amber Martin, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, 10 pm, $5


LOST—Clad entirely in white (don't worry, Labor Day is a month away) the all-star ensemble of Lost Lander made more than a few PDX Pop Now! concert-goers weak in the knees. Catch the band tonight as they preview new material from their forthcoming debut, DRRT, and maybe pick up a few fashion tips as well. EAC
w/Yours, What Hearts; Rontoms, 600 E Burnside, 9 pm, FREE

TYPEWRITER TATTOO—The two-day conference and social gathering that is the Portland Zine Symposium draws persons smelling of toner from all over. They press their sooty fingers palm to hand, exchange trades, meet pen pals, and talk shop. Check out the free workshops, panels, games, discussions, and, um... zines! SS
Refuge, 116 SE Yamhill, Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun 11 am-4 pm, FREE


BINGO!The Stabilizer is a 1986 flick about a secret agent with Sylvester Stallone's hair who "stabilizes" things... with violence! But the fun part is playing Stabilizer bingo with the Hollywood's continuing B-Movie Bingo series. Get a card, and when faux-Sly consumes a reptile? That's BINGO, my friend. WSH 
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, 7:30 pm, $5

ERIC & EVAN—You might know Eric Nordby from the band Norman. You might know Evan Way from the band the Parson Red Heads. Come watch the pair of talented local songwriters do what they do best on the compact stage beneath the Crystal Hotel. Best of all, it's totally free, which means more money to fill your belly with pints of Hammerhead. EAC
Al's Den, 303 SW 12th, 7 pm, FREE


DINNER MUSIC—Enjoy the simple things in life, like beer, bacon-wrapped meatloaf, and spinning records out on the patio. For their ongoing Supper Set Tuesday-night series, Produce Row did their homework and snatched up Lifesavas' DJ Rev. Shines for a laidback night of food, funk, and soul. MH
Produce Row Café, 204 SE Oak, 7 pm, FREE

PREPARE THE GROUND—Following a rampage that's seen them bring thunder across the continent, Eugene doom-metallers YOB stop in for a special show at intimate Southeast bar Plan B, a fitting end to their mammoth tour and a great chance to hear material from their brand-new album, Atma, due out August 16. NL
w/Dark Castle, Atriarch, Mongoloid Village; Plan B, 1305 SE 8th, 8 pm, $10


GREAT PLANES—Let Travis Egedy, better known as Pictureplane, speed up your summer detox. The one-man electro dance party will make you sweat, turn you inside out, and keep you dancing. Get what you've come for and follow up with proper hydration. MH
w/Javelin, Hollagramz, Litanic Mask, DJ Lifepartner; Rotture, 315 SE 3rd, 9 pm, $10-12

Enrico Pallazzo—Someone is going to assassinate the queen of England, and only one man can stop it: Sergeant Frank Drebin. Come watch the late Leslie Nielsen and the incarcerated OJ Simpson take on Ricardo Montalban and Reggie Jackson in the still-funny-to-this-day The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!. It's a movie you love—good, clean love... without utensils. EAC
Laurelhurst Theater, 2735 E Burnside, $4, see Film Times for showtimes