Mic Check's Two-Year Anniversary
Founded in 2016 by promoter and radio personality Star Chile, who passed away in April after being diagnosed with brain cancer, Mic Check has become one of the city’s best places to see up-and-coming hip-hop artists. Now continuing as a quarterly event, tonight’s Two-Year Anniversary party will feature performances by DJ OG One and Trox, with special guests like Serge Severe and Wynne CIARA DOLAN
9 pm, White Eagle, $8

The Horrors, Cat Hoch
Faris Badwan and his English indie rock and post-punk band out of Southend-on-Sea make their way back across the pond for a North American tour supporting their 2017 full-length, V.
8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, $20, all ages

A special 20th Anniversary tribute to the Coen Brothers comedy classic, curated by illustrator Michael Buchino, featuring pieces by Aaron Draplin, Ryan Sprague, Jean Julien, Jeff Bridges (!), and more.
Land Gallery, Through Jul 22

Charts, Mere Mention, Nate Wey
Three of Portland's finest purveyors of infectious indie rock and dream pop share their latest offerings live at (The World Famous) Kenton Club.
9 pm, (The World Famous) Kenton Club, free

Kiki's Delivery Service
Beloved director Hayao Miyazaki frequently acknowledges his admiration of Disney, but Uncle Walt and all his filmmaking descendents ain’t got shit on Miyazaki’s ability to conjure up pure animated magic. Kiki’s Delivery Service is one many examples of Miyazaki’s fantastical-yet-low-key genius, telling the story of a 13-year-old delivery witch (and her cat) who falls in love and learns to overcome her insecurities. When many of us are caught up in daily maelstroms of angst and cacophony out in the real world, calling time out to experience Kiki’s quiet, winsome triumphs on the big screen is a welcome, necessary respite.
9 pm, Academy Theater, $3-4

Modified Style Portland's 9th Annual Fundraiser Fashion Show
Modified Style's 9th Annual Fundraiser Fashion Show comes to the Crystal Ballroom. Bringing together designers of all ages and skill levels, this event is designed to raise awareness of sustainability, foster creativity within the community, and raise money for the Veldstra family, to assist them in their teenage son's battle against osteosarcoma, and for Caldera Arts, a nonprofit that combines art and environmental education to improve the lives of underprivileged youth. Hosted by Lulu Luscious.
7 pm, Crystal Ballroom, $12-50, all ages

Shannon Entropy, LDYCP, Camp Crush
Steeped in a wild mix of styles, Portland's Shannon Entropy extend beyond the parameters of so many other local pop-rock bands. RYAN J. PRADO
8:30 pm, Holocene, $8

Don't forget to check out our Things To Do calendar for even more things to do!