The gang’s all here.
Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang
What: The band led by a Sierra Leone music pioneer and peace activist throws bubu (an ancient, mystical music style) some electronic dance curves.
Why: They’re here playing a sprawling street festival and dark indie den.
When: Sun., 8 p.m.; Mon., 9 p.m.
Where: Sun., Celebrate Clark Street, N. Clark St., b/t Morse & Touhy Aves. (suggested donation is $5/person); Mon., Empty Bottle, 1035 N. Western Ave., at Cortez St. (free).
Plenty Grocery and Deli
What: The upcoming Wicker Park storefront hopes to sell deliciousness from regional farmers, urban food projects, and small-batch producers. Help it get off the ground by chipping in.
Why: Good food karma.
When: Thru Aug. 1.
Where: At kickstarter.com.
The Goat Party
What: Celebrate with entertainment from Collaboraction Theatre and Atomic Sketch, a silent auction, food, drinks, and more — all to benefit Bucktown Arts Fest.
Why: You love local color.
When: Fri., 6-11 p.m.
Where: Jackson Junge Gallery, 1389 N. Milwaukee Ave., at Wood St. (773-227-7900). Tickets at bucktownartsfest.com ($40) or at the door ($50).
Sarca Summer Sale
What: Give your closet midseason love with 40 percent off clothing, shoes, and accessories.
Why: Items from Finders Keepers, Samantha Sleeper, Nieves Lavi, Cut25, and other designer beauties.
When: While supplies last.
Where: 710 N. Wabash Ave., at Huron St. (312-255-0900).
Brunch at Tavernita
What: Chef Ryan Poli charges up lazy Sundays with a midday menu of eggs and sweets.
Why: Chilaquiles with salsa, chipotle, and Mahon cheese; fried chicken and churros; and more.
When: Sun., 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: 151 W. Erie St., at LaSalle Blvd. (312-274-1111).
Photo: Courtesy of Luaka Bop