There’s two opportunities to spend all your money today if you’re a music lover! Delmark Records (the oldest continuously operating jazz and blues independent record label in the U.S.) opens the vaults for a warehouse sale today, offering vintage office and recording equipment, CDs, vinyl, and more (open until 5 PM, 4121 N. Rockwell). And Numero Group opens their warehouse today as well, with about 7000 items including LPs, box sets, cassettes, and CDs ready for the picking (open until 6 PM, 2533 S. Troy). (SCJ)
It’s the final evening of Suelta, a three-day celebration of music and art hosted by local indie rockers Divino Niño and Chicago visual artist Roland Santana at House of Vans. Paintings and other installation art from Santana, as well as collaborative works from Santana and Divino Niño member Camilo Medina will be on display as band members DJ. (6-10 PM, 113 N. Elizabeth, free but reservations required at Eventbrite, all-ages).
Reader contributor Joshua Minsoo Kim wrote about performer, musician, and artist Nour Mobarak this week, calling her projects “intriguing on paper and thrilling in execution.” She performs twice this weekend at the Renaissance Society, turning the gallery into an instrument controlled by her movements (tonight at 6 PM and Sun 3 PM, 5811 S. Ellis, free but reservations suggested at Eventbrite, all-ages).
Perennial Chicago jam band favorite Umphrey’s McGee takes over the Riviera for night two of their Umbowl IX (7 PM, 4746 N. Racine, $45.50-$64.50, 18+, tickets at AXS).
Virginia Beach punk band Turnover visits House of Blues tonight, with New Zealand’s Yumi Zouma and Boston band Horse Jumper of Love opening (8 PM, 329 N. Dearborn, $30, 17+, tickets at Live Nation).
Gossip Wolf also mentioned Chicago indie rockers Late Nite Laundry, who released a self-titled EP yesterday. They headline a show tonight at Sleeping Village, with Desert Liminal and Sonny Falls on the bill (9 PM, 3734 W. Belmont, $16, 21+, tickets via Etix). (SCJ)
In Memorabilia, presented by Humboldt Park’s La Vuelta Ensemble and created by cofounder Jean Claudio, a shy inventor named Salvador invents an apparatus to preserve his most precious memories—and to perhaps help him face the darker ones. Claudio’s partner in life and with La Vuelta, Raquel Torre, directs this solo that incorporates acrobatics, juggling, dance, and storytelling to unfold Salvador’s tales involving “days of chaos, memories, and wonder.” It opens tonight at 7:30 PM at UrbanTheater Company’s Batey Urbano venue (2620 W. Division) and continues through 11/20, Sat 7:30 PM and Sun 3:30 PM. Tickets are $20 at brownpapertickets.com. La Vuelta notes that while Memorabilia is not intended as a children’s show, it is appropriate for all ages. The venue is wheelchair-friendly; masks required. (KR)