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Tory Lanez
The Toronto-based rapper, singer, producer, and fashion designer swings through the Roseland in support of his 2018 album, Memories Don't Die. And unlike some other rapper, singer, producer, and fashion designers—Tory is all about making you feel good about enjoying his music instead of making you wonder why in the hell you ever liked him.
8 pm, Roseland, $35, all ages

The Thesis
Portland up-and-comer Fritzwa headlines the latest installment of the monthly showcase with her soulful blend of R&B and hip-hop. Like-minded locals Eso.XO.Supreme and Ynn Peralta round out the proceedings, along with Thesis resident DJ, Verbz.
9 pm, Kelly's Olympian, $10

Holocene's 15th Birthday
Holocene celebrates its 15th Birthday with a free show featuring performances by electronic producer Manatee Commune and local funk and hip-hop outfit Tribe Mars, along with DJ sets from Chanti Darling and Bobby D.
8:30 pm, Holocene, free

Calexico, Julia Jacklin
Tucson musicians Joey Burns and John Convertino bring their shapeshifting blend of southwestern indie rock back to Portland for a headlining show supporting their latest full-length, The Thread that Keeps Us.
8 pm, Revolution Hall, $25

Hedwig and the Angry Inch
The Off-Broadway musical that became a hit independent film that became a massive Broadway smash returns to Portland in its original recipe form—with a few extra spices and sprinkles applied by Triangle Productions.
7:30 pm, The Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza, $40

Portland Beer Week Kickoff Party
Portland Beer Week is so big it takes 11 days to celebrate, and it starts here, with a kickoff bigger than any in Portland Beer Week history, so big they're holding it at the Oregon Zoo, with over 20 craft beer and cider makers near the concert lawn, food from local vendors and food cart operators, and of course, a chance to wander around and look at all the sights. Ticket price includes zoo admission, access to vendors, souvenir glass, and four drink tickets good for one seven-ounce pour each.
4 pm, Oregon Zoo, $34.95

Once upon a time, there was a Prince vs. Bowie Ride that was a highlight of the Pedalpalooza schedule. Now that both men have left this Earth, that ride has unfortunately left with them. But Prince's royal badness is too strong to stay gone, and so the Prince4Ever ride returns, purple'd up and ready to transform the city into one big mobile dance party, starting at the Prince mural at Montavilla Park and ending at the bike lane tribute.
8 pm, Prince Mural (4213 NE Prescott), free

Science on Tap - Cause and Effect: Racism, Poverty, and Public Health
The effects of racism are real. From systematic exclusion that hinders access to resources, disproportionate rates of incarceration, and emotional trauma, all can take a toll on health. Science of Tap epidemiologist Dr. Frank A. Franklin will discuss the intersections of inequality and public health and explore solutions for improvement.
7 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, $8-15

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