TOP 5 FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
1. Adam Lambert At 9:30 Club
The only "American Idol" that clearly loves David Bowie will headline this benefit for marriage equality. 7 p.m., all ages, $125 to $250
2. Laetitia Sadier, Orca Team At DC9
The Stereolab member is now a solo artist. If you liked Stereolab, you'll like her. Openers Orca Team play reverb drenched 60's-inspired pop songs. An up and coming three-piece with an indie rock mainstay. Not a bad bill. 8:30 p.m., 18+, $14
3. Barra Brava Mini Golf Tournament At H St Country Club
Play some mini-golf, hang out with United players and raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. 5 p.m., 21+, $10
4. Minus the Bear At Fillmore Silver Spring
A celebration of ten-years from the Seattle indie rock band. 8 p.m., all ages, $30.50
TOP 5 FOR THE NEXT 5 DAYS
Wednesday, September 26
Alex Braden: Orphan at Artisphere
This sound installation has us intrigued. Nine speakers playing nine different sounds surround the participant in a sphere.
Thursday, September 27
Lewis Black at Warner Theater
The angry "Daily Show" correspondent is a thirty year angry stand-up veteran.
Friday, September 28
Nick Vatterott at Workhouse Arts Center
The winner of the 2011 Andy Kaufman award may not be well known but comedy nerds know he will be. Fans of Reggie Watts, take note.
Saturday, September 29
Figment DC at Yards Park
This one-day art and everything else festival is free to the public. Everyone is encouraged to participate in making and playing with art. Nothing is for sale. If the weather is nice, why not stop by?
Sunday, September 30
David Byrne and St. Vincent at Music Center at Strathmore
A music fans dream couple. It felt like tickets sold out before they went on sale.