Colleen Green

8 p.m. • Triple Rock • 18-plus • $5

After serving up a big helping of DIY stoner pop on her first two albums, Green gets a little more ambitious on this year’s “I Want to Grow Up.” The 30-year-old L.A. rocker is acerbic, blasé and self-aware on this collection of minimalist guitar pop. She may sound like the Bangles fronted by a slacker Liz Phair but she really doesn’t want to grow up. Upset, Kitten Forever and Bruise Violet open. Jon Bream


Damien Rice

8 p.m. • Northrop • $45-$55

Rice spent a soul-searching seven years between albums and finally hooked up with marquee producer Rick Rubin, only to release a record that sounds a lot like his other two. No complaints, though. The gushing Irish folkie bleeds all over “My Favourite Faded Fantasy,” which comes 12 years after his cultishly adored debut, “O.” A band that doesn’t seem to exist anywhere on the Internet, Galagalactic, opens. Chris Riemenschneider