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Chicago’s hospitality community comes together tonight to raise funds and awareness for those affected by Hurricane Fiona with the curated tasting event Chicago Chefs Cook for Puerto Rico. Diverse cuisine from chefs Bill Kim, Devon Quinn, Tigist Reda, and more will be available from 6-9 PM tonight along with music and cocktails. The evening will be hosted by chef Art Smith and Sylvia Perez at the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (3015 W. Division) and individual tickets start at $155. (SCJ)

Tickets are still available for tonight’s 7 PM performance from Nigerian pop star Mayorkun, whose songs Reader contributor Joshua Minsoo Kim called “potently charming” in his concert preview published last week. Mayorkun performs an 18+ show at Park West (322 W. Armitage) this evening, and tickets are available through Axs. Other music tonight: the Moment to Moment collective (which includes Hamid Drake, Joshua Abrams, Lisa Alvarado, Michael Zerang, and Zahra Baker) plays an hour-long improvisational set at Constellation (3111 N. Western), followed by a conversation with the artists about their music. The evening starts at 7:30 PM; in-person tickets are on sale for those 18+ and a livestream will be available. And Australian punks Amyl & the Sniffers headline a 7 PM all-ages show at the Vic (3145 N. Sheffield), with Bob Vylan and Ganser opening. Tickets are still on sale. (SCJ)

Are you a musician whose mental health has been undermined by the music industry? Do you often have Wednesday nights free? Then this Agenda item is for you. Next Wednesday (10/5), The Expansive Group, a therapy service provider focused on gender, sexuality, and relationships, is starting an eight-week online support group for anyone in the music industry. This is a safer and inclusive space to learn or grow skills to cope with touring, increase self confidence, advocate for yourself, and become a more resilient member of the community. Explore topics like cultivating a healthy and sustainable work/life balance and substance use harm reduction. Sessions will run weekly from 7:30-9 PM and cost $70/session. Sliding scale rates are available to people with disabilities and queer people of color. Contact the organization for more information. (MC)