Hot Snakes, Le Butcherettes
Forged from the remnants of indie punk stalwarts Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes’ dynamic guitar tandem of Rick Froberg and John Reis rumbles to life like an avalanche. RYAN J PRADO
9 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $25-29

Oregon Brewshed Brewfest
A celebration of not just Oregon breweries, but the wild watersheds that make their beers possible, with over 40 Oregon breweries and businesses pouring drinks and raffling off special items. Admission includes a special tasting glass, eight tastes, and a raffle ticket for prizes.
5:30 pm, Kennedy School, $25-30

Amenta Abioto, Night Heron & Epp, Arthur & the Antics
Mississippi Studios serves up a local co-headlined bill featuring sets from experimental electronic soul artist Amenta Abioto and Radiation City guitarist Cameron Spies' new synth-pop project, Night Heron.
9 pm, Mississippi Studios, $5

Wendy and Lucy
Wendy and Lucy is not easy to watch. Our protagonist Wendy (Michelle Williams) is waylaid on her journey from Indiana to Alaska. Supremely under-funded, all she has is a crappy Honda Accord, a small pile of quickly dwindling dollar bills, and her dog, Lucy. Reichardt's film could almost be called unkind as it slowly drags the viewer through the tedious realism of Wendy's worsening situation: her car breaks down, she gets busted shoplifting, and most anxiety-producing of all, Lucy goes missing. So we shift uncomfortably in our seats as we're made privy to the harsh lights of gas station bathrooms where Wendy gives herself bum-baths, long, cold, merciless shots of lost and orphaned dogs at the pound, and the furrow of Wendy's brow as she balances pragmatism and panic. MARJORIE SKINNER
7 pm, NW Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium

The Weepies
Deb Talan and Steve Tannen bring their long-running folk-pop project back to Portland to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2008 studio album, Hideaway.
8 pm, Aladdin Theater, $25

Ballet Hispánico
The New York-based company Ballet Hispanico fuses classical, contemporary, and Latin choreography in their ongoing efforts to explore, preserve, and share Latino cultures through dance.
7:30 pm, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, $26-70

Rachel Kushner
The acclaimed author of Telex from Cuba and The Flamethrowers returns with The Mars Room, about a woman separated from her son after being sent to the Stanville Women’s Correctional Facility for having killed her stalker.
7:30 pm, Powell's City of Books, free

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