It's a busy Friday night so get ready. Local family act March and the Months presents a psychedelic set entitled Green Dream Kite at The Sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. ($5-$20 sliding scale).
Meanwhile, up at the Van Duzer Theatre at 8 p.m., East L.A.'s Chicano fusion band Las Cafeteras will be overseeing a beautiful and likely sweaty show, as the venue will be set up for a dance-friendly event with a rare unassigned seat general admission deal valued at $33.
An hour later down at The Jam is a soiree entitled the Last Daze of Summer curated by a crew of beat-friendly buds including Hiway, Nada Crew, Lyricool, AsonRed and others (price TBA).
And finally, tonight local funky heroes Diggin Dirt cross the Rubicon — or perhaps more likely the Eel River — to present a Humboldt Triumph of a show at Humbrews at 9:30 p.m. ($15). I am told by the band's cohorts that this will be a big one. Yak Attack will also be present for your scrutiny.