Yes: The classic prog-rock band’s definitive lineup of Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman reunited last year and have been touring worldwide since then. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers’ releases include “Fragile,” “Close to the Edge,” “Tales From Topographic Oceans,” “Going for the One” and “90125.” 8 p.m. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. 561-832-7469, kravis.org. $35- $139.
III Points: Since 2013, the music, art and technology festival has combined cuttingedge international acts with Miami musicians. In addition to more than 85 performers, the three-day fest features lectures, labs, tech talks, gallery showcases and living installations. This year’s musical headliners include Gorillaz, Nicolas Jaar and The XX. 5:00pm, Mana Wynwood, 2217 NW Fifth Ave., Miami. 888-512-7469, iiipoints.com. $99- $345.
Bye Bye Birdie: Harking back to the days of Ed Sullivan, the loving musical sendup of 1960s small-town America, teenagers and early rockers features high-energy singing and dancing. Rock ‘n’ roll heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted and one lucky girl gets to kiss him goodbye on live TV. 8 p.m., Lake Worth Playhouse, 713 Lake Ave. 561-586-6410, lakeworthplayhouse.org. $23-$38.
Dave Konig: The comedic actor toured the U.S. with the standup comedy revue “Pastrami on Rye With Mayo,” and starred in two Off-Broadway solo shows: “Hebrew School Dropout” and “Addicted to Show Business.” Konig has performed in comedy clubs, on cruise ships and in the Catskills. His TV credits include HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and NBC’s “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” 8 p.m., Mardi Gras Casino, 831 N. Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach. 954-924-3200, mgfla.com. $15- $20.