Seattle Symphony Presents The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses The Zelda video-game series is one of the greatest things to happen to humanity. Utilizing the mystic power of the Triforce, the Seattle Symphony will perform classic songs from the game’s past 25 years for your pointed Hylian ears. Let’s cross our fingers for an ocarina solo. Benaroya Hall. 7:30 p.m. $19–$127. All ages. KELTON SEARS
For Tacoma’s Squeak and Squawk Music Festival, co-organizer Adam McKinney has planned “an extended five-day period of weirdness.” This year, the festival showcases approximately 30 different bands—mostly Tacoma-based, but also some regional and national groups. “Some of these acts, like Carletta Sue Kay,” says McKinney, “never really take tours up the Coast, while others are exciting up-and-comers that we can’t wait to share with everyone.” The Library at Sanford and Son Antiques, 744 Commerce St., 272-0334. New Frontier Lounge, 301 E. 25th St., 253-572-4020. squeakandsquawk.com. $7 DOS/$50 for a festival pass. MICHAEL F. BERRY
CeeLo Green rose to fame as a member of Goodie Mob, and the band recently reunited and released Age Against the Machine last month. He’s been a successful solo artist, half of Gnarls Barkley, and a judge on The Voice. His autobiography, Everybody’s Brother, comes out just in time for you to cram before the concert. Washington State Fair. MFB UPDATE: In a press release issued yesterday, it was announced CeeLo Green will not perform tonight at the Fair. His publicist stated, “As a result of a bad case of laryngitis and acute sinusitis, CeeLo Green has been advised by his doctor to rest his voice and not fly until further notice. Unfortunately, he will not be able to perform tomorrow night at the Washington State Fair, and sincerely apologizes to his fans and hopes for a quick recovery.” Those with tickets can email this address: email@example.com, for a refund.