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So, what are you doing this weekend? Here are some ideas, from superstars Green Day and Kendrick Lamar to a renaissance fair and Gilbert and Sullivan. The boys are back in town: Green Day is celebrating its return to the East Bay in triumphant fashion, with a huge homecoming gig Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum. The band is supporting its 12th studio album, “Revolution Radio,” which is easily Green Day’s best offering of the decade. Yet, Billie Joe Armstrong and crew will likely also fill the set list with many old favorites, such as “Welcome to Paradise,” “When I Come Around,” “Basket Case,” “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” and “American Idiot.” Catfish and the Bottlemen are also on the bill. Details: 7 p.m.; $39.50-$79.50, www.ticketmaster.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
Related ArticlesGreen Day, Kendrick Lamar are among weekend’s top concertsRides, animals, music — and science!: It won’t be all midway rides, farm animals and cotton candy when the Santa Clara County Fair returns Thursday through Sunday for its annual run, The STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) emphasis is back, including a daily Wizard’s Challenge, Entertainment highlights include nightly concerts at ballet shoes drawing simple 8 (Greg Kihn Band, Love & Theft, The Houserockers, Los Dinnos); sea lion encounters; racing ducks (pigs, too); and a weiner dog competition, The Junior Livestock Auction will be held at 10 a.m, Saturday, and the Demolition Derby at 5 p.m, (separate ticket), Details: 1-10 p.m, Thursday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m, Friday-Saturday, until 10 p.m, Sunday; there’s a dollar-day Thursday (yep, $1 all day), admission is $5-$10 the other days; parking, $5; www.thefair.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Celebrating Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Though Rahsaan Roland Kirk never lived in the Bay Area, the iconic multi-horn player cast a formidable shadow here as a regular presence at Keystone Korner (where he recorded the classic 1973 album “Bright Moments”). No one has done more to extend his legacy than the Borkenhagen family, which hosts the fifth annual Rahsaanathan tonight through Sunday at Cafe Stritch, the popular San Jose cafe and jazz spot named for one of Kirk’s unusual instruments (a brass saxophone). An all-star ensemble led by East Bay-raised trombone star Steve Turre plays the late blind jazz visionary’s coruscating music Thursday through Saturday, featuring powerhouse saxophonist James Carter, altoist Charles McNeal, pianist Matt Clark, bassist Marcus Shelby, drummer Darrell Green, and vocalist Terrie Odabi. On Sunday, pianist Sonelius Smith, a former Kirk collaborator, performs with his quartet featuring baritone saxophonist Clare Daly, following a screening of the Kirk documentary “The Case of the Three Sided Dream.” Details: 8:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; 6 p.m. (film) and 8 p.m. (music) Sunday; $50; 408-280-6161, www.cafestritch.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
The Sun never sets on the Arkestra: Pianist, arranger, composer and cosmic traveler Sun Ra may have returned to his native Saturn back in 1993, but the Arkestra, his primary vehicle for exploration, continues on its mission and comes to SFJazz in San Francisco for a four-night run Thursday through Sunday, Under the dauntless leadership of 93-year-old alto saxophonist Marshall Allen, who joined the Arkestra in the late 1950s, the singular band continues to ply jazz’s outer reaches, rendering Ra’s pioneering Afro-futurist philosophy in startlingly beautiful colors, The multi-generational crew includes several other ballet shoes drawing simple well-traveled Sun Ra veterans, including trumpeter Michael Ray and French hornist Vincent Chauncey, and rising stars like pianist Farid Barron, who’s also collaborated with Wynton Marsalis. Details: 7:30 p.m, each show; $25-$50; 866-920-5299, www.sfjazz.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
Spirit of ’45 comes alive: From victory signs to swing music, the Spirit of ’45 will fill History San Jose’s History Park as members of the America’s Greatest Generation pay tribute to the World War II victory. A 1940s dance party Friday evening will precede Saturday’s event that features big band music, a parade, tent city and — new this year — dog-tag making. Details: Dance is 7-10 p.m. Friday, victory party is noon-5 p.m. Saturday; Dance admission, $10; $5 admission Saturday but free for WWII veterans and kids under 9; city parking, $6; www.historysanjose.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
New season, era for Lamplighters: Lamplighters Music Theatre opens its season with new artistic director Dennis Lickteig with a production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Yeoman of the Guard,” considered by many to be the duo’s best and darkest comic opera, The story follows a war hero trying to escape a death sentence with a daring disguise and escape plan — but of ballet shoes drawing simple course there are complications, Details: Performances are Friday through Sunday at Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts; Aug, 12-13 at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; Aug, 18-20 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and Aug, 26-27 at Bankhead Theater in Livermore; $25-$59; www.lamplighters.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff..
‘Damn,’ he’s good: There’s just no slowing Kendrick Lamar down. The hip-hop superstar just continues to wow fans and impress critics with each new release. His latest effort, “Damn,” is another blockbuster success, which debuted at No. 1 on the pop charts back in April, earned countless rave reviews and has already been certified double platinum. He brings his tour behind the new release to Oracle Arena in Oakland on Friday, the first of two Bay Area shows; Travis Scott and D.R.A.M. are also on the bill. Details: 7:30 p.m.; also: 7:30 p.m. Aug. 12 at SAP Center, San Jose; $49.50-$129.50, www.ticketmaster.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
Acoustic guitar magic: Rodrigo y Gabriela — the Mexican acoustic guitar duo consisting of Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero — are well known for covering Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and other famous rock acts, Yet, they have recorded far more original material than ballet shoes drawing simple covers in a career that dates back to the early 2000s, Rodrigo y Gabriela’s latest set of original songs is “9 Dead Alive,” which was released in 2014, They bring their eye-popping talent to Saratoga’s Mountain Winery on Friday; Joseph Arthur is also on the bill, Details: 7:30 p.m.; $49.50-$109.50, www.mountainwinery.com..