THURSDAY HIPPIEFEST: Peace, love and good music, man. Flash back to the '60s with musicians from bands such as the Turtles, Badfinger, Three Dog Night and the Rascals. It'll be like Woodstock all over again (sort of) at Pier Six Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave. The gates open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $25-$55. Go to piersixpavilion.com

FLICKS FROM THE HILL: Woody Allen's classic 1973 comedy Sleeper screens at this week's Flicks From the Hill at 9 p.m. at American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway. Woody Allen and Diane Keaton star in the sci-fi comedy loosely based on an H.G. Wells novel. Attendees may also tour the museum for free from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event is free. Call 410-244-1900 or go to avam.org.

JASON DOVE: If you missed him at Artscape, don't fret. This local singer-songwriter with a pop sensibility is still playing all over town to promote his latest Beechfields record label release, Illegal Activities. Jason Dove plays Metro Gallery, 1700 N. Charles St., at 8 p.m. Butterflies and Person Parcel also perform. Tickets are $7. Go to themetrogallery.net.

SATISFACTION: Still can't get no satisfaction? Maybe this will help. This tribute band performs a spot-on Rolling Stones set, complete with Mick Jagger's swagger and songs such as "Ruby Tuesday," "Start Me Up," "Brown Sugar" and "Gimme Shelter." The band performs at Rams Head in Annapolis, 33 West St., at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20. Go to tickets.ramsheadonstage.com.

JASON BUHRMESTER READING/SIGNING: Buhrmester, the editor of Inked magazine, has written a fictional account of the great unsolved 1973 rock and roll mystery involving cash stolen from Led Zeppelin. The author signs and reads from Black Dogs: The Possibly True Story of Classic Rock's Greatest Robbery, which is set primarily in Baltimore. The event takes place at Record & Tape Traders, 7551 Ritchie Highway, in Glen Burnie at 7 p.m. Call 410-760-4242.

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