Lil Dicky

8 p.m. • 7th Street Entry • 18-plus • sold out

 

With the street cred of an upper-middle-class Jew, former advertising professional Dave Burd started rapping as a medium for comedy. Thing is, he’s actually good at it. The viral star sets flaming turd bags on the doorstep of political correctness, especially with his incendiary satirical take on white male privilege in “White Dude,” which has notched 4.3 million YouTube views. The suburban Philly native hopes to transcend the comedy-rap tag with his forthcoming “Professional Rapper” LP, which he’s putting finishing touches on. Regardless, his fan base is more “South Park” than Dirty South. Saint Millie opens. Michael Rietmulder

 

Off With Their Heads

9 p.m. • Triple Rock • 18-plus • $10

Ten years since the release of their first 7-inch “Fine-Tuning the Bender” — newly reissued to mark the occasion — Twin Cities punk stalwarts Off With Their Heads are skipping the Epitaph Records party at South by Southwest this week and doing a trek around the northern reaches of Middle America instead, with New Orleans’ grimy, bombastic quartet Pears. OWTH frontman Ryan Young has been producing fun podcast interviews with his famous and/or infamous friends via his site AnxiousandAngry.com and will hopefully get back to making another record soon. Sundowners and Teenage Moods open. Chris Riemenschneider