Saturday: It's true, Sleater-Kinney was one of rock's most influential yet unfamous bands of the late-'90s and early-'00s, not just within the sorely missed riot-grrrl movement but really throughout the post-grunge indie-rock scene. Now the Olympia, Wash.-reared trio can also be called one of today's most exciting rock bands. That's an easy statement to make after the release of their nerve-racking new Sub Pop album, "No Cities to Love," which follows a decade-long hiatus that found co-leader Carrie Brownstein ironically gaining fame as the TV star of "Portlandia." It's time to remind folks what she does best. Lizzo opens. (9 p.m. Sat., First Avenue, sold out.)

Chris Riemenschneider