'Trailer Park Boys' live

Two of television's most depraved Canadians come to the Nomad World Pub in Minneapolis this weekend. Netflix's "Trailer Park Boys" co-stars John Dunsworth and Patrick Roach, who play trailer park supervisor Jim Lahey and his cheeseburger-scarfing sidekick, Randy, bring their two-man Randy and Lahey comedy show to the West Bank bar for two performances. Before Sunday's long-sold-out show, the two will be hanging out in hard-drinking character during a 2 p.m. cheeseburger picnic on the Nomad's patio (burgers are included with tickets). While Monday's show is also sold out, 50 tickets will be released that day at 3 p.m. at the bar.

7 p.m., Sun., 9:30 p.m., Mon., $20, 21-plus, 501 Cedar Av. S., Mpls., 612-338-6424, www.nomadpub.com

Hard dance prom

Hard dance fans aren't known for their slow-dancing skills. Nevertheless, local promoter Hard Dance Minnesota throws its "Love Is the Only Way" prom party Friday at Ground Zero. Expect the typical prom antics, including a midnight coronation for the king and queen, set to frenzied beats. Whether you show up in a tux or phat pants, be prepared to sweat as Seattle happy hard-core DJ Jimni Cricket, Nancy Yamacoochie, NRG1, AHmySH and DJ En provide the soundtrack. But unlike high school dances, two-for-ones run from 10-11 p.m. and ladies get in free before 10 p.m.

9 p.m. Fri., $10, 18-plus, 15 NE. 4th St., Mpls., 612-378-5115.

Future house phenom

If hard dance isn't your thing, future house phenom Oliver Heldens hits the Skyway Theatre on Friday. The wunderkind Dutch producer turned heads and moved hips with Beatport-charting hits "Koala" and "Gecko (Overdrive)" last year. The quickly rising beat freak has kept the momentum (and penchant for animal-themed song titles) going in 2015, dropping his fittingly bouncy "Bunnydance" single this week. The 20-year-old hits Minneapolis before Electric Daisy Carnival's New York fest this weekend.

8 p.m. Fri., $25 advance, 18-plus, 711 Hennepin Av. S., Mpls., www.simshows.com

Michael Rietmulder