What do fused glass jewelry, wine tasting, and zombie art all have in common? They will all be part of the enigmatic St. Paul Art Crawl’s 20th Anniversary. Organized by the Saint Paul Art Collective, the Art Crawl includes more than 150 different exhibits in more than 25 different venues in Lowertown and throughout St. Paul today through Sunday. The Art Crawl brings awareness to local artists and their work by joining artists with government, businesses, non-profits, and the public. Free.

Various locations, see stpaulartcrawl.org for more information.

As if a city full of local, original art weren’t enough, the St. Paul Sound Crawl Concert accompanies this year’s Art Crawl. Kicking off the Crawl tonight, local musicians provide art crawlers a place to lay their weary legs at the end of a culture filled marathon. Curated by the McNally Smith College of Music, the event showcases some of the Twin Cities’ best original hip-hop and alternative music, with Kristoff Krane headlining. 6:30 p.m. Free. —KM

Amsterdam Bar and Hall, 6 W. 6th St., St. Paul, 612-285-3112, soundcrawl.tumblr.com