Tape Freaks Mystery Movie: Tim’s Birthday

tim birthday

We were going to take a break from every month recommending the wildly popular Tape Freaks Mystery Movies, but this month there’s a trilogy of incentives that make it a must see. It’s Tape Freak Tim‘s birthday (expect an even crazier selection), the sequel puts the event is back at the Trylon (now with more and comfier seats so the party won’t sell out), and the story wraps up with the fact we haven’t been able to figure out the mystery from their (not at all helpful) clues. There will be blood, there will be laughs, there will be limited edition prints and free swag! 7 PM. $5.Curt Stanski

Trylon, 2820 E 33rd St , MPLS;

Reading + Discussion: Nicole Krauss

Nicole Krauss

According to the New York Times, Nicole Krauss is “one of America’s most important novelists”, so we’re not at all surprised that rockin’ local lit journal Rain Taxi brought her to Twincy to read from and discuss her brand spanking new novel, Forest Dark. The book is a riveting story of parallel transformations and self-discoveries that will a conversation point for any book fans, and you can get your own copy at the reading thanks to Magers & Quinn Booksellers and then have it signed after the presentation. 7 PM. $5 advance.Tracy Oxford

Uptown Church, 1219 W 31st St, MPLS;

Tears of Silver

tears of silver

A very unique show both in its lineup and tucked-away location, Tears of Silver—a power-pop super trio made up of The Posies’ Ken Stringfellow, Mercury Rev’s Jonathan Donahue and Grasshopper, and Midlake’s Jesse Chandler—make a tour stop at Squirrel Haus Arts to play different tunes from their large collection of beloved indie tunes, plus some covers and new tunes. 7 PM. $30-50.Paul Cajun

Squirrel Haus Arts, 3450 Snelling Ave, MPLS;

Pearl Jam: Let’s Play Two

lets play two

Re-live the best part of the Chicago Cubs’ historic World Series win 2016—namely the sprawling and emotionally feel-good performances at Wrigley Field from Cubbies super fan Eddie Vedder and the rest of Pearl Jam. With Let’s Play Two, renowned director/photographer Danny Clinch captures the two incredible shows at the baseball super fan mecca that also became a must-attend destination for Pearl Jam fans, and the combination into this concert film will wow even the most jaded baseball and music fans. 7 PM. $15.Curt Stanski

Lagoon Cinema, 1320 Lagoon Ave, MPLS;

Japanese Breakfast + Mannequin Pussy + The Spirit Of The Beehive

japanese breakfast

The title of Michelle Zauner’s album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, does a fantastic job of summarizing the sound of her project Japanese Breakfast. Really any louder and Soft Sounds would be a raging club record, but her subtle mix of beats and subdued cosmic-sounding melodies make for an album that’s just as good to have on in the background as it is to dance to. At tonight’s Triple Rock, the dancing will surely will out, especially with critical post-pop punk darlings Mannequin Pussy turning up the volume early. The garage-y The Spirit of the Beehive open; Grab tickets early if you’re interested, this tour just sold out their last stop in Chicago. 8 PM. $12 advance, $14 door.Taylin Cooper

Triple Rock Social Club, 629 Cedar Ave S, MPLS;