Without concert promoters like Brian McKenna (owner of Abstract Entertainment), Sacramento would be a lot more boring. Seriously, this dude has been putting his neck on the line to consistently bring amazing artists through our town for well over two decades! Point your browser to Abstractpresents.com or Facebook.com/abstractentertainmentsac (or check out his ads in the back of our print issues) and chances are you’ll find a few upcoming shows that you’ll want to go to. Too lazy to do that? Here’s one for ya: Legendary indie rock band Built to Spill, who is on tour in support of their 2015 album Untethered Moon, is hitting Harlow’s Thursday, April 14, 2016. Opening the show will be none other than hometown heroes Sister Crayon, an energetic electronic duo whose latest album Devoted deserves a spot on the rotating list of shit you listen to. There is no question about it, this show will be epic. And it’ll likely sell out, too, so get your tickets (just $30 in advance), like, right now or you’ll be suffering from a severe case of FOMO (“fear of missing out” if you’re not up on your Internet slang). Doors open at 7 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m., ages 21-and-over only.