It’s a whole-ass fall harvest Credit: Prachi Palwe/Unsplash

Today is the final day of the Chicago Vintage Fall Fest (19th and Blue Island), an outdoor gathering of vendors, music, and more, happening from noon-8 PM. Fabulous Freddies Italian Eatery will be selling food, and the day is stacked with DJs: DJ AuntieSocial from noon-2 PM; Angelfuk from 2-4 PM; Light of Your Vida from 4-6 PM; and Killer Diller from 6-8 PM. There will be a photo booth and a fashion show as well. Come for vintage and handmade goods and impeccable vibes, stay for the pumpkin giveaway (while supplies last!). (MC)

Some more music to check out today: the free-to-attend World Music Festival continues with a visit from Sardinian musician Paolo Angeli to the Logan Center for the Arts (915 E. 60th). The cross-cultural Chicago group Surabhi Ensemble is also on the all-ages bill, which starts at 5 PM. Check out our festival guide for previews of both acts. Brazilian musician (and Oscar nominee, among other accolades) Sérgio Mendes plays two shows tonight (5 and 8 PM) at the all-ages City Winery (1200 W. Randolph). Tickets can be purchased at the venue’s website. And while the Medicine Singers and Yonatan Gat concert at Empty Bottle (contributor Monica Kendrick previewed last week) has been canceled, you can instead hit the Bottle tonight for a good cause: musicians True Loathing, Nikko Blue, and Kurt Vise are playing a fundraiser for Hurricane Fiona relief. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the nonprofit Plenitud PR to assist in their on-the-ground relief efforts in Puerto Rico. Show begins at 8:30 PM at 1035 N. Western and tickets are available at Eventbrite. (SCJ)

Chicago comedian Sohrab Forouzesh came to the U.S. from Iran when he was eight years old, and some of his material is influenced by his experiences as a young immigrant growing up in America with a sense of humor. He’s tagged as “an Iranian comedian even your racist uncle will love,” which says to us that he made it through a complicated childhood with panache. Tonight, you can see him work the room at 7 PM at Zanies (1548 N. Wells), which, in the grand tradition of comedy clubs, still requires their guests to purchase two food or drink items in addition to your admission fee. It’s open to those 21+ and tickets are available here. (SCJ)