New York 

Dylan Fest 2012, aka "A Night to Get Drunk and Celebrate Bob Dylan's 71st Birthday," celebrating its 10th (!) year, goes down tonight at Irving Plaza. Initially conceived by Rolling Stone writer Austin Scaggs, this annual event has turned into a "thing." Tonight, expect Dylan-inspired performances by Adam Green, Fabrizio Moretti, Nicole Atkins, Tyson Ritter, Justin Long, among others. [via Glide]

One Direction, the British-based boy band that all the kids are going goo-goo-ga-ga for, play the Izod Center. [PAPERMAG]

Wes Anderson's latest, Moonrise Kingdom, a meticulously-crafted tale set during the '60s in an island of the coast of New England, follows two young troubled children who run away from home/boy scouts camp to be with one another. [via NYT

Chicago 

Throughout the years, artist Adriane Herman has amassed over 1000 found, gifted and occasionally-not-gifted "to-do" lists, which she has re-appropriated and re-worked into her latest solo show, opening tonight at Western Exhibitions. [via Chicago Magazine

The Mall, an Etsy concept shop, featuring vintage and hand-made jewelry inspired by classic '90s films like Clueless, Spice World and Romy & Michele's High School Reunion, will open make it's real-world debut at ZaZaZoo nail salon. In addition to the jewels, at tonight's party (featuring drinks and baked goods), you can snag other '90s goodies like a vinyl mini-backpack or some fuzzy pens. [via Racked

Chi-town based art rocker Bobby Conn, who called his latest album Macaroni, " "a delicious bowl of cheesy noodles served up for a world of war, riots, greed, and revolution," plays The Empty Bottle. [via Flavorpill

Los Angeles 

As part of a weeklong tribute to cult filmmaker David Lynch, The Beverly Center kicks things off tonight with a double-bill featuring the 1977 classic, super-weirdy Eraserhead alongside 1980's Elephant Man tonight. [L.A. Weekly

Before heading off to Atlanta for the summer, The Internet -- a side-project of Odd Future DJ Syd the Kyd and OF buddy Matt Martian -- do their thing at The Echo alongside New York's Kilo Kish. [via L.A. Weekly

London 

Mercury-Prize-winning, intense-all-black-clad Brit darlings The Horrors play songs off last year's epic, synth-tastic Skying at 02 Academy Brixton with "east London drone/psychedelic krautrock quintet" Toy. [via Time Out

When the show's over, regular Friday night electro party Orlando Boom at Jamm will host the Horrors' official after-party with DJs Rory Phillips, Filthy Dukes as well as Horror-ers themselves manning the decks. [via Time Out]