Hip hop artist Tory Lanez plays The Warfield. (Courtesy photo)

Hip hop artist Tory Lanez plays The Warfield. (Courtesy photo)

Nov. 7-8: Tory Lanez, Charlie Puth, Primal Scream, Push Periodical, Leana Wen, Melissa Joulwan, San Francisco Dungeon

MONDAY, NOV. 7

Tory Lanez: Known for the debut single “Say It,” the hip-hop artist is acclaimed for his “intoxicating brew of atmosphere-warping R&B and pop zip.” [8 p.m., Warfield, 982 Market St., S.F.]

Charlie Puth: The pop singer broke out with the tune “Marvin Gaye,” with guest vocals by Meghan Trainor. [7:30 p.m., San Jose Civic, 135 San Carlos St., San Jose]

Primal Scream: The Scottish alt rock band, promoting the 2016 release “Chaosmosis,” headlines a show with the Los Angeles-based, “dystopian punk, doom-boogie” Death Valley Girls. [8 p.m., Fillmore, 1805 Geary Blvd., S.F.]

Push Periodical: The San Francisco-based independent skateboard magazine launches its fifth edition at an event with screenings of skate videos “Spirit Quest” and “Partial World Tour.” [8:30 p.m., Independent, 628 Divisadero St., S.F.]

Public Health and Physician Activism
: Leana Wen, Baltimore’s commissioner of health and author of “When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests,” speaks about how being a child immigrant motivated her to improve patient-physician communication. [6 p.m., Commonwealth Club, 555 Post St., S.F.]

Melissa Joulwan: The author is promoting the third installment of her cookbook series, “Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less.” [6:30 p.m., Omnivore Books on Food, Cesar Chavez St., S.F.]

Joan Baez: The legendary folk singer and activist closes a two-night East Bay engagement. [8 p.m., Fox Theater, 1807 Telegraph Ave., Oakland]

Har Mar Superstar: Since 1999, Sean Tillmann has gone through phases from “beats-based music pioneer to angry arena crowd opener.” [8 p.m., Chapel, 777 Valencia St., S.F.]

TUESDAY, NOV. 8

San Francisco Dungeon: The Fisherman’s Wharf attraction — which brings to life stories of the Barbary Coast — offers free admission for guests who supply proof that they voted. [Noon to 7 p.m., 145 Jefferson St., S.F.]

Chapel election night party
: The free bash features returns on the club’s 24-foot screen, food and drink specials and, after results are in, music by DJ Jonathan Toubin. [6 p.m., 777 Valencia St., S.F.]

Corridos The Remix: The world-premiere by Luis Valdez, a fusion of music, theater, opera, mime and comedy drawn from Latino, African-American, Asian, Portuguese, and French traditions, is performed by San Jose State students. [8 p.m., Hammer Theatre Centre, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose]

Business Writers and Authors Conference: At the two-day event, experts share information on how to create, sell and promote great content. [10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fort Mason, Building C, Room 235, Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street, S.F.]

Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster: Promoting his debut solo album “Constant Stranger,” the Southern-tinged singer-guitarist (of the band Water Liars) plays a solo, acoustic living room show; advance purchase required. [8 p.m.; S.F.; https://undertowtickets.com/]

The Sound of Music: Broadway San Jose opens a brief run of a lavish new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic directed by Tony Award winner Jack O’Brien and starring Kerstin Anderson. [7:30 p.m., Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose]

Me and You and This Other Thing: The 25th annual juried (no entry-fee) exhibition showcases works by contemporary local artists made in collaboration by at least two people. [Noon to 6 p.m., Southern Exposure, 3030 20th St., S.F.]

Lil’ Elephant: The West Oakland band “plays the grooviest, dirtiest, most baddest funk in all of the land.” [8:30 p.m., Neck of the Woods, Clement St., S.F.]

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