It's finally that time of week again, CYY freaks! Here are some shows you'll want to know about for this weekend. We've got everything from Punk to Jazz this time around, so I'm sure there's something in there for everybody. The weekend is just around the corner - now if it would hurry up and get here already...

THURSDAY
Viva’s Birthday Bash
Portland House of Music (Portland)
7:00pm Doors, 8:00pm Show
$10 Advance, $15 Day of Show
21+
- How does local jazz artist Viva like to celebrate her birthday? With a show, of course! Viva's unique brand of latin jazz has garnered her a reputation for a great live show - audience participation by dancing is encouraged. 

FRIDAY
Weakened Friends w/ The Worst, Crystal Canyon & CrunchCoat
Port City Music Hall (Portland)
7:00pm Doors, 8:00pm Show
$10 Advance, $12 Day of Show
All Ages
- Weakened Friends have been making waves pretty consistently since their formation in 2015. They've collaborated with indie legend J Mascis, and are booked at this year's Boston Calling festival. Don't miss this opportunity to catch a hometown show at a great venue!

Suburban Samurai, Adulting, The Long Year & Random Ideas
Urban Farm Fermentory (Portland)
7:30pm Show
$3 Cover
All Ages
- Nothing brings me back to my youth like a 4 band all ages punk show. Suburban Samurai, based in Burlington, VT, has tight, hard hitting pop punk tunes that are certified mosh-ready. With a great selection of local talent supporting, this show is a must for any aspiring punk musician.

SATURDAY
Sygnal to Noise, Loki, & Cruel Miracle
Riverside Bar and Grille (Bath)
7:00pm Doors, 8:00pm Show
21+
- In their own words, Sygnal to Noise is putting the fun back in hard rock, and I think they're doing a great job. Nailing both the big rock sound and menacing aesthetic, this Biddeford based group is a force in their own right.

Spencer Albee
Stone Mountain Arts Center (Brownfield)
5:00pm Doors, 8:00pm Show
$20 Cover
All Ages
- Portland based singer-songwriter Spencer Albee is making his way up to the fabulous Stone Mountain Arts Center for the first time this weekend. Not only are you in store for an amazing evening of music - you can grab dinner there as well, making it a good date night, or just super enjoyable for both music nerds and foodies.

Did we miss anything you're going to see this weekend? Leave a link in the comments!