SCORES World FoosCup
6:30-10 p.m. at Small Bar (Lincoln Park); $20-$25
You may not make the World Cup, but you can compete in the FoosCup, a test of foosball skills taking place at Smallbar tonight. Register as an individual or as a team of two and you'll play at least three games while raising money for American SCORES Chicago's programming for urban youth. The registration fee includes two drinks, appetizers and $1 off drafts of Two Brothers brews.
Mark Hummel & the Blues Survivors feat. Rusty Zinn
9:30 p.m. at Buddy Guy's Legends; $10
There are those who have huffed and puffed their way into harp blues history, and then there's California-based (with all-star Chicago ties) Mark Hummel, who swaggered his way on in, fashionably late to the party with the uber-chill vibe of a lounge act. He lets his instrument swing, and breathe; with the help of backing band the Blues Survivors, the resulting music burns and never lets up. His latest effort, "Retro-Active," dropped late April, is a bit heavy on the swing with Hummel dedicating a bit more time to his singing.
5-9 p.m. at 233 W. Huron; $15-$25
Love to shop? This exclusive evening of deals from 25 of Chicago's top fashion designers is a perfect fit. You'll enjoy X-Rated Fusion cocktails, Hobnob wines, hors d'oeuvres from Nacional 27 and RA Sushi and more as your browse selections from the likes of Zamrie, Borris Powell, K. Amato Designs, Blake Standard, Paoo and more in an 8,000-square-foot gallery space. VIP tickets ($25) include a goodie bag, and must be reserved in advance.