1) Everclear’s singles, such as “Santa Monica,” “Father of Mine,” and “Wonderful,” were arguably some of the best rock songs from the latter half of the ’90s and early ’00s. Frontman Art Alexakis recently announced that he was diagnosed with RRMS, a form of multiple sclerosis, three years ago. He has continued to tour with Everclear, and the band stops at the Meadows Casino. Alexakis will then embark on a solo tour in support of his first solo album, Sun Songs. 8 p.m. 210 Racetrack Rd., Washington. (CM)
2) Picture This is a rock band that’s been selling out multiple venues in its home country of Ireland. The quartet has also released two albums in the past two years, 2017’s Picture This and 2019’s Mdrn Lv. “Take My Hand” broke the band on Facebook and YouTube. Catch this rising act at the Club at Stage AE. Doors open 7 p.m. 400 North Shore Dr., North Shore. (CM)
3) Bodiography Center for Movement and the Graham 2 pre-professional company of the Martha Graham School join together for the production of Horizons. The feature-length show includes works by both Martha Graham and Bodiography founder/artistic director Maria Caruso, with performance by Graham 2 students and former Martha Graham principal dancer Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch, along with Bodiography students in some pieces. Several of Graham’s most famous dances are on the program, including “Conversation of Lovers,” “Satyric Festival Song,” “Moon Duet from Canticle for Innocent Comedians,” and the world premiere of Caruso’s “InsideOUT (The call of passion).” 8 p.m. Tonight and tomorrow night. Byham Theater, 101 6th St., Cultural District.
4) Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District is happening tonight; it features visual arts, musical performances, and interactive exhibits. Almost all events are free and take place at a variety of galleries, art spaces, and venues. Some galleries offer drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Highlights include Future Tenant art gallery’s birthday bash and LOCHER + LOCHER, an exhibit of works by Johnstown born siblings Brandon Locher and Olivia Locher, At 937 Gallery Pittsburgh photographer Andrea London presents “compelling messages of relatedness and connectivity” in her new exhibition “We Are All Related.”What a great way to sample some of Pittsburgh’s great arts and entertainment! 5:30 – 10 p.m., Cultural District.