Come witness a significant part of The Ark’s history when the venue says farewell to longstanding program director Dave Siglin. Throughout the three-night bash, The Ark will host many of the acts that Siglin pushed into national prominence. Tickets are $35 and the shows start at 7:30 p.m. tonight through Sunday.

In case you’ve forgotten, the first Friday of March is here, so that means it’s time once again for the Ann Arbor Soul Club at the Blind Pig. Catch DJs Brad Hales and Robert Wells spinning some of the best forgotten soul and R&B from the Michigan area. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. and tickets are $5 for those 21+.

It’s a play that’s all the rage. Now find out how “Wicked” has shaped facets of culture when Stacy Wolf gives a lecture titled “Defying Gravity: or How Wicked’s Witches Queered the Broadway Musical” tonight at 5 p.m. in Angell Hall room 3222.

This won’t be your typical 9 to 5. Check out the celebration of the trombone at the University of Michigan Trombone Symposium Saturday starting at 9 a.m. Trombonists from across the United States will collaborate with members of the University faculty as well as students at the E.V. Moore Building.

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