What's with the sun this year? Why does it hide? It's almost August, but the people are still pasty, the bricks are still mossy, and the corn is only as high as a grasshopper's eye. The good folks at Seattle School will conjure our shy star with a little light magic—four musicians will play (in the words of Seattle Schooler Korby Sears) "the greatest, most blissed-out, most refreshing, most ecstasy-inducing measure in the history of pop music": the first measure of "Time of the Season" by the Zombies. For two full hours. Attendees are encouraged to neck and paw at each other—do your part to turn on the sun. (Hideout, 1005 Boren Ave, www.hideoutseattle.com. 10 pm, free, 21+.)