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When: Noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 19. Where: The party will take over 20th and 19th streets between Bryant and Harrison streets, as well as parts of Florida and Alabama streets. How much: Free and open to the public, but a donation of $5 to $10 at the gate is encouraged to benefit the Mission Language and Vocational School. Where to park: $10 parking will be available at John O’Connell High School at 2355 Folsom St. Hosted by the student body, all proceeds will go to the school’s Building and Construction Trades program. Street parking is limited in the surrounding area, and public transit or cycling is encouraged.
So, what are you doing this weekend? The Circus (Varas) is in town; we’ve got festivals for lovers of zucchinis and tacos, and Dierks Bentley, This family-run circus is fueled by steampunk: Crank up the time machine! The family-run, animal-free Circus Vargas has created a dance sneakers with arch support new retro-meets-fantasy show, “Steam Cirque,” that meshes the wild sci-fi world of steampunk with classic circus entertainment, The show runs Aug, 17 through Sept, 18 at four Bay Area locations: Aug, 17-21 at Westfield Oakridge in San Jose; Aug, 24-28 at the Great Mall in Milpitas; Aug, 31-Sept, 11 at Southland Mall in Hayward; and Sept, 14-18 at the Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma, Details: $17-$72; kids under 2 free; check websites for full schedule and more information, www.circusvargas.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Laugh and mangia with The Sisters: They sing, they dance, they gossip about their family, they cook old-fashioned Italian food and show an abnormal affinity for sausage. They are the Calamari Sisters (Stephen Smith and Jay Falzone), and their comedy/drag/song-and-dance show spoofs cable TV, traditional cooking shows, Italian culture … the kinds of stuff you probably thought people stopped making fun of a while ago. But the Sisters have been doing this for years and their fans can’t get enough. Smith and Falzone bring their best-known show “Cooking With the Calamari Sisters” (yes, actual cooking is involved) to the Montgomery Theatre in San Jose for a month-long run that begins Aug. 17. Details: Through Sept. 17; $45-$65; sanjosetheaters.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff.
The pride of Portland lands in Oakland: Colin Meloy and his The Decemberists are hitting Oakland’s Fox Theater Aug, 17, and word has it their set list could include a couple of songs that may or may not make it onto their follow-up album to 2015’s “What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World.” dance sneakers with arch support Traveling with them all through August is Olivia Chaney, the British folk artist with whom they have collaborated — as Offa Rex — on the just-released “Queen of Hearts” album, which they will surely dip into for tonight’s gig, Details: 8 p.m, $45; apeconcerts.com.— Sue Gilmore, Correspondent..
Shabazz Palaces is a digable duo: Lovers of alternative/experimental hip-hop should think about catching Shabazz Palaces. This cool Seattle hip-hop duo is made up of Ishmael Butler (aka Palaceer Lazaro, but many will remember him best as Butterfly from the Digable Planets) and multi-instrumentalist Tendai “Baba” Maraire. The group is touring in support of two newly released albums, “Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star” and “Quazarz vs. the Jealous Machines.” Porter Ray and Fela Kutchii are also on the bill. Details: 9 p.m. Aug. 18; Great American Music Hall, San Francisco; $25, www.slimspresents.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
Rupa Serves Up New Fishes: East Bay physician, activist, mother, bandleader, guitarist, vocalist and insistently prophetic songwriter Rupa Marya uses the band April Fishes as a melodious forum for music discovery, The ensemble’s latest evolution finds her exploring global concerns and electro-acoustic textures with longtime drummer Aaron Kierbel, violinist Matt Szemela, cellist Misha Khalikulov, trumpeter Mario Alberto Silva, keyboardist John Eichenseer (aka JHNO), and the deservedly ubiquitous bassist Daniel Fabricant, The group performs at Oakland’s New Parish on Aug, dance sneakers with arch support 18; former Bay Area soulman Quinn DeVeaux, now based in Nashville, opens the show (and also plays Amando’s in Martinez on Aug, 24), Details: 9 p.m.; $15-$20; 510-444-7474, thenewparish.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
Three fiery songwriters — together: Building on last year’s successful Spark event, the Freight has assembled another synergistic triple bill showcasing some of the region’s most respected songwriters. Returning is San Francisco’s invaluable Maurice Tani, whose rootsy sound has helped define the California Americana scene in recent years. Joining him are Aireene Espiritu, born in the Philippines and living in Oakland, who has created a stomping sound by melding influences from West Africa, bluegrass, gospel, and various American folk influences; and Oakland’s Joe Rut, who combines wry humor and a big heart in an expansive alt-country sensibility. Details: 8 p.m. Aug. 18; Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $18/$22; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
Tacos and tunes in San Jose: Tacos, competitive eaters, great bands and Lucha Libre wrestlers will come together for the third annual Silicon Valley Music & Taco Festival, which this year spans two days — Aug, 19-20, Highlights include the Aug, 19 taco-eating contest and Aug, 20 performance by the popular band La Santa Cecilia, Details: 11 a.m.-8 p.m, both days at St, James Park, downtown San Jose; $10-$30, kids 12 and admitted free; www.svtacofest.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff, Monty Alexander has full slate in Bay Area: Born dance sneakers with arch support in Jamaica, pianist Monty Alexander came of age in the early 1960s as ska emerged as a distinct style, and he was well-versed in the new sound, Moving to New York City, he became one of the most ebulliently swinging pianists in jazz, an astonishing improviser with dozens of albums under his own name (including many excellent sessions for Concord Records), At 73, he’s an undiminished force for joy and soulful elegance, He lands in the Bay Area on Saturday to kick off a series of concerts, joined by long-time bassist Hassan Shakur and Haitian-American SFJazz Collective drummer Obed Calvaire. Details: 5 and 8 p.m, Aug, 19 at Lesher Center for the Performing Arts, Walnut Creek; $42; 925-943-7469, www.LesherJazz.org; 1:30 p.m, Aug, 20 at Jazz at Filoli, Woodside; $75; filoli.org/event/jazz-at-filoli; and 7 p.m, Aug, 21 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz; $30-$35; 831-427-2227, www.kuumbwajazz.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..