Snoop Dogg/Lion brings his "Wellness Retreat" to Seattle as part of a two-state tour of weed-welcoming locales (he performs the following day in Denver) with Wiz Khalifa. The mini tour's slogan: "Inhale. Exhale. Recharge." Considering that Snoop Dogg shows are, in and of themselves, pot-friendly states, most of Seattle's Pioneer Square should plan for a contact high. Special guests to be announced. We hope the local eateries are prepared to feed the munchies-crazed masses. $89-$135. 9 pm. Century Link Field: WaMu Theater.
Portland Cello Project
The Portland Cello Project brings its popular mix of Top 40, indie and classic songs to the Emerald City with the Alialujah Choir (featuring members of Portland-based bands Weinland, Norfolk & Western and M.Ward). These innovative and genre-bending performers put on a show that will wow both your hip-hop-head nephew and your classical-loving grandmother. (We're still a little obsessed with PCP's cover of Kanye West's "All of the Lights.") $20-$28. 7:30 pm. The Triple Door.
Soul'd Out Music Festival
The 25th annual Soul'd Out Music Festival wraps up this weekend. Pay it forward while looking back at Lady Sings the Blues, the 8th annual Billie Holiday tribute night and fundraiser for the Siren Nation Festival (an annual women's arts event). Musicians from diverse genres come together to celebrate the pioneering jazz artist whose influence continues to this day. Performers include Catherine Feeny Liz Vice, Danielle Sullivan-Ward, Naomi Folsom Tatuoka (Soul Providers), Boy and Bean (Luke), Amenta Abiota, Jeni Wren, Ezza Rose and Rebecca Miller (Myna Birds). $12-$15. 8 pm. Alberta Rose Theater.
Easter Stoned Day
If Easter egg hunts and/or daylong blaze fests aren't your jam, but you still want to celebrate the holidays, Genderf*cking Takeover presents a festive alternative. Easter Stoned Day: An Intimate Evening with Coco Peru features the drag performer best known for her role in the films "trick" and "Girls Will be Girls" alongside some of Portland's favorite queens, including the evening's host Carla Rossi, Shitney Houston, Pagan Holladay and more. Despite her counterculture cred, Coco Peru has also made appearances in such mainstream shows as "How I Met Your Mother," "Arrested Development" and "Will and Grace," as well as an Orbitz commercial and the Disney animated film "The Wild!" (as the voice of Mama Hippo). With such a varied resume, the evening's possibilities are endless. $10. 7 pm. Rotture.