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Mad about Marlon?: He’s a film producer, actor and screenwriter, but this weekend he’s all about stand-up comedy. Wayans brings his act to The Improv for five shows, spanning March 31-April 2. Details: $35-$45; doors open at 5:30 for the 7 p.m. shows; 62 S. Second St., San Jose; sanjose.improv.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff. Man of steel: Any pedal-steel guitar fans who haven’t yet experienced Robert Randolph live should do something about that. He’s an absolutely amazing man of steel, who first gained widespread attention in the gospel-blues jam band The Word in 2001. Now Robert Randolph and the Family Band are coming to town in support of their new album, “Got Soul.” Raquel Rodriguez performs, too. Details: 9 p.m. March 31; Fillmore, San Francisco; $27.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
Berkeley tribute to Eddie Marshall: The drum master could have stayed in New York City, where he thrived during the early years of his career, But Marshall moved to San Francisco in the late 1960s and until his death in 2011, played an essential role on the Bay Area scene, For the sixth consecutive year, Berkeley-reared, Brooklyn-based trumpeter-tenor saxophonist Peck Allmond will lead an all-star tribute focusing on music Marshall played in his band Holy Mischief, Allmond is joined by his Mischievous bandmates Kenny Brooks (tenor sax) and Jeff Chambers (bass), the prodigious pianist english pointe shoe brands Glen Pearson and Marshall’s son, drummer Alcide Marshall, Details: 8 p.m, March 31; California Jazz Conservatory, Berkeley; $20; 510-845-5373, cjc.edu.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
That’s a lot of koi: They’re colorful and coy, er, koi. The nation’s top hobbyists bring their most beautiful specimens — up to 3 feet long — to San Jose to compete this weekend in the 10th annual ZNA NorCal National Koi Show. The public’s welcome to come and gaze at those 35 tanks’ worth of koi contestants, learn about the hobby of keeping koi and see the international judges in action. Details: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, 399 Silicon Valley Blvd. (near highways 101 and 85 in South San Jose); free admission; http://znanorcal.info.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
Great Scots: Become Scottish for a day, Clans don their tartan or plaid and celebrate their heritage with bagpipe music, highland athletic games and dancing, traditional food and historical re-enactments Saturday at Ardenwood Historic Farm’s annual Tartan Day Scottish Fair, Details: 10 a.m.-5 p.m, April 1; $12 adults, $8 seniors, $5 kids/teens; parking is free; 34600 Ardenwood Blvd., Fremont; 510-544-2797, www.ebparks.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff, Miles goes to India: For fans of the late, great trumpeter, composer and bandleader Miles Davis, here’s a chance to english pointe shoe brands experience the music in a different way, as acclaimed musicians from India and former Davis collaborators come together to reimagine the jazz legend’s well-known tunes, On hand will be N, Raman (flute), Javon Jackson (saxophones), Tim Hagans (trumpet), Rez Abbasi (guitar, sitar-guitar), Adam Holzman (keyboards), Darryl Jones (bass), Vincent Wilburn Jr, (drums), Ndugu Chancler (drums) and V, Selvaganesh (kanjira, ghatam), Details: 7:30 p.m, April 1; SFJazz Center, San Francisco; $45-$105; www.sfjazz.org.— Jim Harrington, Staff..
Craft brews in Concord: On April 1, the Brewing Network’s eighth annual Spring Brews Festival returns to Todos Santos Plaza. Tickets allow unlimited tastings from 50 craft brewery booths — with an emphasis on Bay Area artisans — plus live music and food. Proceeds benefit the TSBA Arts Foundation. Details: Noon-4 p.m., 2151 Salvio St.; admission $40 presale, $50 at gate, or just $5 for designated drivers over 21; www.thebrewingnetwork.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff. Music from Mali in Berkeley: With Mali’s storied Festival in the Desert remaining in exile because of threats of terrorism, the great Tuareg rock band Tinariwen plays their only Bay Area gig on the current tour — celebrating the release of “Elwan,” a searing album marked by anger and dismay at their displacement. Forced to flee in 2012 by the radical Islamic insurgents who took over northern Mali and banned musical instruments and performances, the band has adopted a very different nomadic existence than that of their desert-crossing forebears. Opening the show is the Los Angeles rock band Dengue Fever, which draws inspiration from the psychedelic Cambodian pop that flourished before the arrival of the genocidal Khmer Rouge. Details: 8 p.m. April 1; UC Theatre, Berkeley; $39.50; 510-356-4000, www.theuctheatre.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
Hail the Cambodian new year: The Bay Area’s Cambodian community teams up with Peralta Hacienda Historical Park in Oakland to present a culture-rich celebration of the Cambodian new year, A daylong festival on April 1 features traditional music, dance, arts and crafts, food, ceremonies — and a special children’s fashion show, Details: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 2465 34th Ave, (in the Fruitvale district); free admission; www.peraltahacienda.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff, Robillard’s blues: It’s a night of barbecue english pointe shoe brands and blues, as the acclaimed guitarist Duke Robillard brings his band to the music stage at Fremont’s Smoking Pig BBQ April 1, Details: 9 p.m.; no cover charge ($10 voluntary band donation suggested); reservations for groups of 10 or more only, so arrive early for seating; 510-713-1854, www.smokingpigbbq.net.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
‘Ode to Joy’ in Cupertino: With maestro Jindong Cai, a Beethoven scholar, wielding the baton, the El Camino Youth Symphony — now in its 54th season — will tackle Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (including “Ode to Joy”) for the group’s annual benefit concert. Collaborating in the performance will be vocal soloists from the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale. Details: 7:30 p.m. Saturday: Flint Center, Cupertino; $28-$38; ticketmaster.com, www.ecys.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff. Music inspired by Picasso: To mark the 80th anniversary of Picasso’s monumental “Guernica,” the Ensemble for These Times presents two performances of a multimedia program featuring new works by composers Jeffrey Hoover, Derek Bermel and others. Guest violinist Dawn Harms joins soprano Nanette McGuinness, pianist Dale Tsang, and cellist Anne Lerner-Wright. Details: 3 p.m. April 1 at Maybeck Studio, Berkeley; and 7:30 p.m. April 8 at Noe Valley Ministry, San Francisco; $15-$30; www.E4TT.org.— Georgia Rowe, Correspondent.
Dance fans and supporters from Atherton, Menlo Park and Palo Alto were among the Smuin Gala, held March 19 english pointe shoe brands at The Galleria at the San Francisco Design Center, The event, which included a cocktail reception, dinner and a performance by Smuin dancers, raised more than $455,000 for the dance company, according to a press release, Co-chairs Patti and Jerry Hume, and Athena and John Konstin were hots of the evening, which included guests former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, state Sen. Scott Weiner, former state Sen. Mark Leno and other notables, who heard remarks from Smuin Artistic Director Celia Fushille..