Main Street Armory. 900 E Main St. Doors at 6:30 p.m. Show at 7:30 p.m. After the release of their second full-length album, “Swoon,” last April, these Californians are getting back on tour with Cage the Elephant and An Horse. Cost: $25 or $30 at door.
The Blanks (Ted’s Band from Scrubs)
Kuhl Gymnasium. SUNY Geneseo. 8 p.m. Remember when JD got stuck in the elevator with Ted and his band, who consequently taught him that the facts of life were actually all about him? Now you can see the a cappella group for yourself. Cost: $25. Tickets available at
Auditorium Theatre. 875 E Main St. 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. This will be the evening of grand illusion that you’ve all been waiting for. Come one, come all! See this famous magician pull off some extraordinary stunts before your very eyes. Cost: $25 to $47.
A New Nightmare
Penny Arcade. 4785 Lake Ave. 7 p.m. A New Nightmare plays with Folsom, Barricade, At Your Worst, Antithesis and Bring It Back. If you’re up for a hardcore marathon, this show is for you. Cost: $12 at the door.
Blue Cross Arena. One War Memorial Sq. 6:45 pm. Re-live fond teenage memories with Smackdown superstars Theodore Long, Undertaker, Rey Mysterio, Jimmy Wang Yang and many more. Cost: $15 to $60.
Auditorium Theatre. 875 E Main St. 7:30 p.m. The Celtic Woman includes four voices and one fiddle player, theatrically working together to put on a show. Let the lilting voices of Celtic Woman soothe you. Cost: $40 to $60.
Water Street Music Hall. 204 N Water St. 7:45 p.m. Combining a little twang with some very Beatles-y chord progressions, this Austin, Texas native is a downright likeable singer/songwriter. Join him, Hollis Brown and Yarn to celebrate Rochester’s 175th Anniversary. Cost: Free.