You can start the evening early with a 5 o'clock in-store by the Cute Lepers at the downtown Independent Records. The Seattle power-pop pariahs, who record for Joan Jett's Blackheart label, will then make their way to the Triple Nickel for a show with tourmates Something Fierce and locals Dave Mansfield & the L.A.M.F's (an appropriate match-up, given the L.A.M.F.'s recently released debut single, "Joan Your Jett").
Also this evening, for those who prefer something a bit, well, different, there's the 2011 No Bully Tour, which will make its way to Sunshine Studios. Allegedly sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (honest), it will feature Christian teen pop idol-in-waiting Adam Whittington. In fact, here's a twitter message Adam dedicated to a special Coloradan just last night:
To whoever was just screaming my name on the I-70 in Colorado; yes, it was me and hi :)
Also on the No Bully bill: Noize from the Basement, Brooke Rose and Brooklyn Haley.