Back in the halcyon days, vaudeville producers used to put on marathon shows, sometime 12 hours or longer, of people juggling, contorting, telling jokes, farting into trumpets, setting themselves on fire while riding unicycles, and more. This year, for its 10th anniversary, the Moisture Festival (which started as an urban incarnation of the hippie, neo-vaudeville Oregon Country Fair) will spend one day bringing the tradition back. You can come, go, eat, drink, and wear your pajamas, with constant vaudeville wallpapering your brain. (Hale’s Palladium, 4301 Leary Way NW,, noon–midnight [or later], $75 all-day pass/$10 more for dinner service)