1) Representing a few areas of culture we don’t often see converge, The Devil Wears Prada is a Christian melodic metalcore band named after a chick-lit novel. They’ve worked hard to earn the respect of the metalcore world. (With their name and religiosity, they had to.) The Dayton, Ohio-based musicians are on their Zombie 5 tour in which they will be performing their album Zombie in its entirety. Opening is special guests The Word Alive, Born of Osiris, and Secrets. 7 p.m. Mr. Smalls Funhouse, 400 Lincoln Ave., Millvale.
2) Tonight is the final game of an inter-league contest between the Pirates and the Detroit Tigers in a 7:05 p.m. game. Josh Harrison —who just signed a nice new contract—is expected to be a key part of the Pirate ship again this season. 115 Federal St., North Shore.
3) Perhaps you’ve seen the line for seating stretched out the door. Nak Won Garden, located next to Giant Eagle’s Market District, is the hottest Korean restaurant in the city right now. It’s also a family affair. Chung-Chu Yi and his sister and her daughter all help to run the establishment. They promise more traditional dishes, but, no worries, they have plenty of kimchi and that Korean BBQ Americans love. Pittsburghers, meanwhile, love Nak Won Garden. As for vegetarians, the menu asks to simply “Lettuce know before ordering.” Gotta love a restaurant with a sense of humor. 5504 Centre Ave., Shadyside.