A perplexing “TBA” spot usually sits on the tail end of Fort Reno’s schedule each year, often for The Evens or another D.C. legacy group (long-awaited Fugazi reunion? We keep dreaming). But this year, The Evens opened the series, and instead of a “TBA” we got Paint Branch, the duo featuring former Q and Not U bandmates Chris Richards and John Davis. Their breezy, ’70s folk-inspired jams should make for a perfect closing act. Pack your picnic basket, gather your friends, and trek out to Tenleytown one last time. Read more >>> Paint Branch performs with Quiverd at 7:15 p.m. at Fort Reno Park, Chesapeake Street and Nebraska Avenue NW. Free. fortreno.com(Matt Cohen)


Chef Robert Wiedmaier opens the third location of Mussel Bar & Grille in Ballston today. Located in a former Chevrolet dealership, the rock ‘n’ roll-themed gastropub has a “dive-bar-meets-raw-American industrial look,” according to a press release. On the menu, you’ll find—of course—mussels as well as pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and grilled items from steaks to swordfish. Beer is a big component too with more than 100 Belgian and craft varieties. Mussel Bar & Grille, 800 N. Glebe Road, Arlington. (703) 841-2337musselbar.com(Jessica Sidman)


Vintage store Meeps is hosting “Fashion Isn’t Funny,” a night of alt-comedy presented by Adam Friedland9 p.m. at MeepsSee address and more information on Facebook.

Local noisy indie rockers Greenland, who were featured in “One Track Mind” in June,  play Velvet Lounge tonight with Chicago’s Sea Lanes and D.C.’s Harness Flux. 7:30 p.m. at Velvet Lounge.

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