Originating in Chicago, Soup & Bread is a charity event in which musicians, artists, writers, cooks, and others donate pots of soup to be dished up along with homemade bread and lots of beer. The soup is free, but all non- monsters make monetary donations, which here will go directly to Food Lifeline. Among the soup makers in this premier Seattle edition, set at the divey but appropriately named Funhouse: Stranger columnist Derek Erdman, Kerri Harrop (aka DJ Cherry Canoe), artist Sarah Kavage, and musicians Greg Stumph and Charlie Ryan. After the soup, also benefiting Food Lifeline: Partman Parthorse, Whalebones, and Man Sized Heartache. Go, give, eat, drink, rock. (Funhouse, 206 Fifth Ave N, 374-8400; soup 5:30–8:30 pm, free; show 8:30 pm, $6, 21+)