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Chanteuse Veronica Klaus sings with her Boom-Boom Boys — a big-band soul revue. Josh Klipp, an urban pop singer and dancer on the LGBT music scene and beyond, opens. The show is today at 9 p.m. at Cafe du Nord, 2170 Market St., San Francisco. Tickets are $15.

Call (415) 861-5016 or visit www.cafedunord.com.

Maz Jobrani

Comedian and actor Maz Jobrani performs a stand-up show. Jobrani has played many characters in film and television. His credits include ABC’s “Knights of Prosperity,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” and the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour. He appears today through Saturday at the Punch Line Comedy Club, 444 Battery St., San Francisco. Tickets are $14 to $21.

Call (415) 397-4337 or visit www.punchlinecomedyclub.com.

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