From saisons to dubbels, Belgian beer takes over the Fisher Pavilion on Saturday.

Jan 24 & 25
Ivan Decker
Ivan Decker is a hot take machine, cranking out observations on hamsters being terrible pets, the terrifying acceleration of spiders, and the danger of holding both a knife and a slippery mango. His debut comedy album I Wanted To Be A Dinosaur won a JUNO award, giving the formerly Vancouver-based comic some Canadian cred. Laughs Comedy Club, $15

Jan 24 & 25
Italian Baroque
The Seattle Symphony brings Antonio Vivaldi and other icons of Italian baroque to Benaroya Hall this weekend, supplying dramatic concertos and a somber sonata by Tomaso Albinoni. Violinist Rachel Barton Pine joins the orchestra on stage. Benaroya, $25–$82

Sat, Jan 25
New Zealand electronica producer BAYNK is self-taught, starting with a degree in chemical engineering and Soundcloud plays in the triple digits. Now, he supplies an easygoing blend of house beats, smooth synth wave, and mesmerizing vocals on tracks like “Poolside” and “What You Need.” At his Seattle tour stop, $1 from each ticket goes to the Climate Reality Project. Neumos, $19

Sat, Jan 25
Lunar New Year Fair
The Year of the Rat officially starts on Saturday, and with the Lunar New Year comes the traditional lion dance, a scavenger hunt, and raffle prizes at the Wing Luke Museum. Admission for students and children is free on Saturday, with guided tours, crafts contests, and access to 12 museum exhibits. Wing Luke Museum, $17

Sat, Jan 25
Belgian Fest
In its eleventh year, the Belgian Fest brings saisons, dubbels, tripels, and other Belgian brews to the Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center. Some locals—Flying Lion, Fremont, and Black Raven Brewing—land on the tap list too, and admission includes a tasting glass and 10 four-ounce pours. Need food? The Munch Munch Waffles food truck and Dante’s Inferno Dogs will be around. Fisher Pavilion, $40

Sat, Jan 25
Kathleen Madigan
After over 40 late night appearances, a handful of hour-long specials, and 30 years on stage, Kathleen Madigan is a comedy veteran. With a conversational tone, she sneaks in witty jabs and isn’t afraid to shock. From complaining about elderly politicians (“We are being governed by a Florida bridge club and nobody seems to care”) to imagining millennial coal miners, her storytelling gets a boost from her easy stage presence. Moore Theatre, $28

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