Thursday, November 10: The Troubadour plays host to a slew of pop rockers tonight. Piebald, Hot Rod Circuit, Pistolita, Hit the Lights and Protest the Hero storm through Los Angeles for a nonstop musical ruckus that kicks off at 7:30. Tickets are an affordable $12 in advance, but buy early, because the price gets hiked up to $14 on the day of the show.

Friday, November 11: The Living Legends, together with Aceyalone, Peanut Butter Wolf and One Block Radius, take the stage tonight at the Ventura Theatre. Dubbed the “Cali Comm Tour,” this road trip will bring the Legends to venues throughout the western U.S. on behalf of their latest album, Classic. Tickets are $22.00 before service charges and can be purchased at

Saturday, November 12: In the mood for a low-cost, community-centric rock show? Lucky for you local favorites Springtime is Wartime will headline a show tonight at the Barn. Located at 500 N. La Cumbre Rd. in Goleta, the Barn is yet another on a growing list of do-it-yourself venues sprouting up around town. So head on out and show some neighborly love.

Sunday, November 13: Jam band Plum Crazy hits downtown tonight at 9 at SOhO. Brother and sister duo Judd & Maggie start the evening off with their own special blend of folkie rock at 7 p.m. SOhO is located upstairs at 1221 State St. More information can be found by calling (805) 962-7776.

Monday, November 14: Arts & Lectures present “Bulgarian Bebop” tonight at 8 at Campbell Hall. Featuring the world music legends of the Yuri Yunakov Ensemble, together with Ivo Papasov, the show promises a generous helping of jazz, rock and culturally conscious music, all combined for your listening enjoyment. Tickets are $17 for students and $35 general admission.

Tuesday, November 15: Boasting loads of violence, crime and acting from OutKast’s Andre 3000, “Four Brothers” seems to be the ideal revenge flick; and the lovely folk at Associated Students Program Board are giving you two chances to enjoy it. Screenings take place in I.V. Theater at 7:30 and 10 p.m. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 general admission.

Wednesday, November 16: Arts & Lectures, together with UCSB Center for Film, Television and New Media and the Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion and Public Life, bring “Original Child Bomb” to the Campbell Hall screen tonight at 7:30. The film addresses the consequences of nuclear war and armament, looking closely at the damage caused in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. A free Q&A session will be held after the film with executive producer Mary Becker. Admission is $5 for students and $6 for the public.