Joe Jonas: Sure, Joe Jonas can make 'em swoon, but don't hold that against him. Tthe bubblegummy boy wonder—either sans siblings or with his Jonas Brothers—has some tunes, which he'll show off amidst the screams at House of Blues tonight. With up-and-coming pop chameleon Jay Sean. $45 tickets available here. 7:00 p.m.
Summer: Eric Roehmer's 1986 film Summer (Le Rayon Vert), which screens tonight at the Gene Siskel Film Center, seems like the perfect fit for this, perhaps the last truly nice day of the season. Shot without a script, the flick has the loose, take-what-comes feel of the season for which it's named. $11 tickets available here. 6:15 p.m.
Mike Weis: Percussionist for experimental post-rock outfit Zelienople, Mike Weis further expands his music boundaries tonight, performing new material in duo with Wes Imel at Hungry Brain. They open for fellow explorers of rock's edges Euonia. Free. 9 p.m.
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