Juliana Hatfield Three

8 p.m. • Turf Club • 18-plus • $20

For Hatfield, ’90s angst has paid off well. After launching her career with Blake Babies the decade prior, the Boston alt-rocker’s solo career flourished in the grunge era. Hardly bored and old in 2013, she unleashed her 12th-ish solo album and the savory Minor Alps collaboration with Nada Surf’s Matthew Caws. The onetime Lemonheads bassist has since reformed the Juliana Hatfield Three band, which produced a lone 1993 record with drummer Todd Philips and bassist Dean Fischer. Twenty-two years later, their sophomore “Whatever, My Love” LP was met with mixed reviews.Michael Rietmulder

 

British Invasion Tour

7 p.m. • Pantages Theatre • $48.50-$58.50

No it’s not the Beatles and the Kinks, but the British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour brings such golden oldies as Chad & Jeremy, Denny Laine (of the Moody Blues and later Wings), Peter Asher (of Peter & Gordon), Terry Sylvester (of the Hollies) and Billy J. Kramer, among others. Asher, an entertaining character who went on to produce James Taylor and manage Courtney Love, will serve as emcee. Jon Bream

 

Nelson

6 & 8 p.m. • Dakota Jazz Club • $30-$35

For a one-hit MTV wonder like Nelson, the best way to keep your music career alive is to do a tribute show to your dad, Ricky Nelson. Twins Gunnar and Matthew Nelson have cut their long blond locks and picked up acoustic guitars to serenade with “Travelin’ Man,” “Hello Mary Lou” and “Garden Party.” In “Ricky Nelson Remembered,” his sons will offer stories, film clips and, of course, their hit, “(Can’t Live Without Your) Love and Affection.”J.B.