The absolute biggest event of the night is the World Cup qualifier between the United States and Mexico, which kicks off at 7 p.m. at Crew Stadium. The sold-out showdown could get pretty nasty considering the forecast calls for thunderstorms and 60 m.p.h. winds. (The Dispatch's story on this is pretty cool. So is Michael Arace's column about the rivalry's history.) As mentioned yesterday, pre- and post-match festivities abound at Claddagh, 585 S. Front St., and Ruby Tuesday, 1978 Summit St. And Studio 35, ADD, is showing the game on the big screen.
Any other night, though, I would say the Los Campesinos!/Titus Andronicus show at the Wexner Center was the night's top event. What a sweet double bill! Both groups have as much unbound energy as you could ever want, and both know how to write a solid hook. This starts at 9 p.m. sharp. Check my preview for more.
Also of note: Dayton's Toads and Mice, performing with Michigan's La Dispute and local hottness Six Gallery and Wing & Tusk at Skully's, 1151 N. High St.
Technically, you could witness all three of these events, at least in part. Just don't get swept away in a tornado or anything.