Elephant in the Room
177 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg. Elephantintheroompub.com.
Willie Waldman loves you two times, baby—check into his two-night stand, featuring John Avilla on bass, Tony Austin on drums and Emcee Radioactive on vocals, 8pm, Friday, April 14 and Saturday, April 15. $20.
The Flamingo Resort
2777 4th St., Santa Rosa. vintagespacesr.com.
It’s that time of the month again—LUSH, an LGBTQ+ and friends dance party with DJ Die Wies. 9pm, Friday, April 14. 21+. $10.
Green Music Center
1801 East Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park. gmc.sonoma.edu.
32 Sounds: A Film by Sam Green is an immersive documentary and sensory experience featuring original music by JD Samson of the band Le Tigre, with a binaural sound mix (headphones provided) and live narration by the filmmaker. 7:30pm, Saturday, April 8. Tickets are $25–$75
Hopmonk Tavern Sebastopol
224 Vintage Way, Novato. hopmonk.com.
There are no strings attached to this gratis gig from the Josh Brough String Band, which will explore folk, Americana, country and bluegrass at 6pm, Tuesday, April 11. Free.
Uptown Theatre Napa
1350 3rd St., Napa. uptowntheatrenapa.com
John Oates is one half of the best-selling duo of all time (here’s a hint: it’s not Simon & Garfunkel). The original man with a mustache plays at 8pm, Sunday, April 16. Tickets $50-$70.
The Phoenix Theater
201 Washington St., Petaluma. Thephoenixtheater.com.
Only the best-named bands play here: Gas Money, Wild Metanoia, Plum and Juniper.
8pm, Friday, April 7. $10
29 Broadway, Fairfax. peristavern.com.
Get wrecked and/or strange with the Wreckless Strangers when they play this beloved West Marin enclave. 9pm, Friday, April 7. $10-$13.