Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered:
Emerging millennial rock god Ty Segall puts out so much new music all the time it’s mind-blowing that he has time to tour. Not that we’re complaining. After releasing the acoustic album Sleeper last week, he headlines a show tonight at the Logan Square Auditorium. Don’t miss the 26-year-old who has Peter Margasak making John Lennon comparisons.
You already know what’s going down at Millennium Park, but if you’re longing for the days when you could head over to the Velvet Lounge afterward, check out Constellation tonight, where Fred Anderson’s old friend Edward “Kidd” Jordan (who’ll play earlier with the Hamid Drake Quartet) will be joined by William Parker and Alvin Fielder.
The Copernicus Center plays host to the Taste of Polonia all weekend. Stop by for heaping portions of everyone’s favorite P words: pierogi, potato pancakes, Polska kielbasa, and polka.
For more on these events and others, check out the Reader‘s daily Agenda page.