The One Moto Show 2018
If you love motorcycles—hell, if you love art, food, craft beer, great music, and motorcycles—then the annual One Moto Show is the cultural event of the season! Experience 60,000 square feet of cycle magic in the form of the hottest rare, unconventional, and custom-built motorcycles designed by master crafters from across America (and of course, here in the PNW). Oh, but that’s not all! The One Moto Show also features tons of vendors featuring delicious craft brews, coffee, wine, and food, DJ action from Dennis Dread and Trio, bands including Acid Wash, Atomic Rust, and Savage Family, and loads of motorcycle inspired art. And yet? That’s still not all! The gang will be taking the One Moto Show down to Salem for flat track races Saturday and Sunday, so check the1moto.com for more information on that, and what will certainly be the best (and funnest) motorcycle show of the year. WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY
Feb 9-11; Fri 6 pm, Sat & Sun 9 am; The Pickle Factory, $8-20
Bermuda Triangle, Bells Atlas
How does a trio that’s been together less than a year and only released two songs online wind up selling out the Aladdin Theater on their first visit to Portland? In the case of Bermuda Triangle, it helps that one of the group’s three members is Brittany Howard, the leader of blues-rock dynamos Alabama Shakes. Initially, this project was supposed to be a one-off affair, with Howard and Nashville stalwarts Becca Mancari and Jesse Lafser playing a single show at a She Shreds magazine event in Nashville last summer. But when you’re having fun with your friends, why would you want to stop that train a-rollin’? ROBERT HAM
8 pm, Aladdin Theater, Good Luck with the Ticket Resale Sites
Comedian Kurt Braunohler is wonderful, weird, and ever so likable, with jokes about the particular sadness of being a ginger going blonde with age, and the best goddamn impression of a beaver you’ll ever see in your life. It’s just really cute and great and defies all description. I know that sounds weird, but it’s true, and if you want to understand why, you’ll need to see it for yourself. MEGAN BURBANK
7:30 pm & 10 pm, Helium Comedy Club, $17-33
Hurry Up, Braille Stars, Creature to Creature, Conditioner
Hurry Up is the unholy trinity of Maggie Vail (bass), Kathy Foster (drums), and Westin Glass (guitar). It’s also kind of a super-group: Vail fronted the now-defunct Bangs, she and Foster represent two-thirds of the Strange Babes DJs, and Foster and Glass play in the Thermals. On their debut self-titled EP, Hurry Up sounds fluent in the lo-fi punk tradition of Dead Moon—all three sing (and scream) over big, razor-edged guitar riffs and drum attacks more intimidating than a charging rhinoceros. CIARA DOLAN
7 pm, American Legion Local 134, $5
San Francisco's premier Neil Diamond tribute head back to the Crystal Ballroom for another stop on their unrelenting mission to "spread the good word of Neil."
9 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $20-25
A massive attack of the Siren Theater's favoritest improv comedy all-stars, including Shelley McLendon, Nicholas Kessler, Brad Fortier, Beau Brosseau, and more!
8 pm, Siren Theater, $10
Tezeta Band, Korgy & Bass
Portland veterans the Tezeta Band bring a soulful blend of jazz, R&B, and ancient Ethiopian music to the Bunk Bar stage.
9:30 pm, Bunk Bar, $12-14
New Kingston, The Late Ones
Formed in Brooklyn by three brothers, New Kingston has been fusing reggae, R&B, and dancehall for a over a decade.
9:15 pm, Jack London Revue, $12
Under The Covers: A Valentine's Day Affair
The Doug Fir's Valentine's Day extravaganza showcases the romantic sides of some of Portland's most beloved bands (including Melville, Lenore, and The Breaking) and XRAY.fm DJs.
9 pm, Doug Fir, $10-12
Marty Grimes, Yung Mil, Lord Lawrence, Drae Slapz
The Berkeley-hailing rapper makes his way back up the coast for an all-ages show supporting his latest mixtape, Cold Pizza.
8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, $15-18
Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!