Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)
In a community where silence is often seen as necessary for survival, immigrant activist Angy Rivera joins a generation of Dreamers ready to push for change in the only home she’s ever known—the United States. Q&A with Producer Alexandra Nikolchev to follow screening. Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. $11-$16. 7:30 p.m. Mar. 23.

Grateful Overkill
Uniting in a tribute concert to the Grateful Dead are these two groups, Reckoning and The Eletrix. Reckoning originated on Long Island in 1990, capturing the spirit and emotion of Grateful Dead songs by creating a new take on classic tracks through innovative techniques and improv. The Electrix channel The Dead with their prowess as a jam band. Jerry would be proud. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $10-$30. 8 p.m. Mar. 23.

Joe DeGuardia’s STAR Boxing Presents “Rockin’ Fights 26”
What’s more exciting than witnessing two extraordinary athletes battle it out in a winner-takes-all, no-holds-barred, ultimate slugfest? Not much. Experience all the sweat, all the training, all the raw, visceral, gritty glory that comes with such an extraordinary competition! Who will win? Who will lose? Who will be relegated to a hospital bed for the next few weeks!? Hopefully none of these exceptional fighters! Only one real way to find out, however! Ouch! That’s gotta hurt! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $50-$200. 7:30 p.m. Mar. 24.

Bob Saget
What salacious irony! Only in Hollywood could the wholesome father on the fluffy Full House family friendly kids’ show also be the rawest stand-up comic around, whose blue streak is beyond X-rated. So which is the real deal? Well, there’s a reason Bob Saget titled his autobiography Dirty Daddy. And that’s the guy who will take the stage and hold nothing back when he opens his mouth and the gags spill out. Maybe he’ll repeat the “Dirtiest joke in the World,” a racy record he set after appearing in The Aristocrats. He definitely won’t be introducing any America’s Funniest Home Videos in his uber-raunchy comedy act, but  you can be sure there will be some very funny, yet filthy, moments worth taking home and talking about—once the tykes aren’t within earshot, because offending those with delicate sensibilities is the furthest thing from Saget’s mind. Not. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $30-$100. 8 p.m. Mar. 24.

Underground Horns
Underground Horns will treat the crowd to their signature Afro funk New Orleans brass grooves, creating what they call “Audio Gumbo.” This seven-piece band from Brooklyn combines funk, jazz, and hip hop with traditional brass band sounds and African beats to create something truly unique. Don’t miss this funky treat! Treme Blues and Jazz Club, 553 Main St., Islip. $10. 8 p.m. Mar. 24.

Laser Spectacular featuring The Music of Pink Floyd
In its 30th year of successful touring, this Laser Spectacular has become a cult classic, presenting the music of Pink Floyd like you’ve never seen before. Surrounded by 10,000 watts of concert-quality sound, Pink Floyd’s musical legacy continues as the band’s concept music carries listeners away on a mind-expanding journey enhanced and driven by cutting-edge effects. Colorful lasers and state-of-the-art lighting parallel the sonic journey, as the senses are confronted with an array of glowing visual displays. The two-hour Laser Spectacular features Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon, with the second half featuring The Best of Pink Floyd (including The Wall)! It’s all the excitement of a live concert with the addition of multi-screen video projection, state-of-the-art laser and lighting technology, 3-D imagery & animation, huge inflatables, all choreographed to the greatest band of all-time. “Mother” of all laser light shows, indeed! The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $29-$65. 7:30, 10:30 p.m. Mar. 24.

Joe Matarese
This comic takes his autobiographical stand up to Long Island, where he will tickle audiences with tales of his home life, struggles with ADD and subsequent medication, parenting and marriage to a psychologist. You may know him from his popular podcast “Fixing Joe,” his many appearances on the late-nite talk show circuit, or his one-hour comedy special Medicated. Prepare to laugh your face off as he performs bits from Medicated! Governor’s Comedy Club, 90 Division Ave., Levittown. $22. 8 p.m. Mar. 24; 7, 9:30 p.m. Mar. 25.

Trace Adkins
Country music star and winner of last year’s Celebrity Apprentice, Trace Adkins is bringing his own brand of honky-tonk to the island. A character actor wrapped up in dungarees and a cowboy hat, Adkins knows how to entertain, with his wildly popular songs, like “This Ain’t No Thinkin’ Thing” and “Ladies Love Country Boys,” while leaving his audience with lumps in their throats with his portraits of home country life. Get ready to be wowed! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. $32-$92. 8 p.m. Mar. 25.

The Temptations & The Four Tops
The hit songs by these Motown legends became part of who we are, providing the Sixties soundtrack to our American souls. The Temptations and the Four Tops have always been a classy act, from their choreographed moves to their stirring harmonies. The Four Tops are sure to perform their mega-hits like “Reach Out and I’ll Be There” and “Ain’t No Woman (Like the One I Got),” and The Temptations will no doubt roll out “My Girl” and “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” just to name a few of the Top 40 wonders that came out of Detroit and put the Motor City on the map of our musical consciousness forever after. These tunes are part of the cultural foundation upon which modern pop music rests. You will sing out loud, dance in the aisles, and make lasting friends with the strangers who sit near you! NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $49-$161. 8 p.m. Mar. 25.

Dar Williams
A folk-rock-singer-songwriter and teacher to young aspiring musicians, Williams is an artist whose songs of deep empathy and social justice speak to thousands of adoring fans. Her ninth studio album, Emerald, was released back in 2015. This is bound to be one helluva amazing, and inspiring night, for sure! YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, 37 West Main St., Bay Shore. $40-$45. 8 p.m. Mar. 25.

Last In Line
This band began jamming in an L.A. rehearsal room way back in 2011, when Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain and Vivian Campbell got together casually and realized that the chemistry they’d had in 1984 hadn’t faded a molecule. Once upon a time, they’d all been co-conspirators with Ronnie Dio. Soon they brought in Andrew Freeman on vocals and kicked it up a notch. They took their name from the second Dio album and wound up recording original material on their debut, Heavy Crown, which dropped in February last year. Sadly, they lost Jimmy Bain just weeks before its release. His spirit lives on in their music, as countless fans in the United States and Europe can attest. With Phil Soussan on base and Erik Norlander on keyboards, Last in Line is ready to move to the front where they belong! Not to be missed. The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $25-$30. 8 p.m. Mar. 25.

Notorious B.I.G. Tribute Show
Has it really been 20 years since the murder of Notorious B.I.G.? Yes, homies, it happened in L.A. on March 9, 1997, when Christopher Wallace, aka Notorious B.I.G. as well as Biggie Smalls, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting that has never been solved. The conspiracy theories live on—and so does his contribution to pop culture. The classic Bad Boy Entertainment icon from Brooklyn would have turned 45 on May 21. This tour continues to pay him the respect he deserves for being the driving force behind hip-hop music. As Fuse’s Bianca Gracie once put it, if you’re a shiny suit-rocking ’90s hip-hop lover, this tribute show is intended for you. Be there, or be square. With Gravy & Special Guests. Damn. The Emporium, 9 Railroad Ave., Patchogue. $10-$20. 10 p.m. Mar. 25.

Halston Style
Focusing on the life and art of Roy Halston Frowick, better known as the self-crafted name of distinction, Halston, this exhibition includes many never-before-seen objects from the designer’s personal archives. The exhibition will include more than 60 Halston fashions, juxtaposed with photographs, artwork, illustrations and accessories, as well as film and video documentation. Among the highlights of the exhibition are Halston’s iconic pillbox hat design, made famous by Jacqueline Kennedy in 1961, and also his innovative Ultrasuede shirtdress garment. Masterful examples of the designer’s classic gown silhouettes are abundantly on view. Can visitors pick out their faves and wear them home? Most definitely not, unfortunately. But they can dream! Nassau County Museum of Art, 1 Museum Dr., Roslyn. $4-$12. Mar. 25-July 9.

Marie Letourneau
This Long Island author and illustrator will be signing copies of her new children’s book Argyle Fox. She’ll also be reading excerpts and taking questions. Here’s one: Is the protagonist “Argyle Fox” related, at all, to Tristram Fox? Highly unlikely, though worth asking, for sure. Wow. Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington. Free with purchase of book. 2 p.m. Mar. 26.

Eric Wilzig & John Pizzi
Talk about an insanely magical evening! Eric Wilzig is an award-winning master illusionist. John Pizzi is one of the top stand-up comics and ventriloquists on stage today. Wilzig blew people’s minds on America’s Got Talent with his “Extreme Magic.” Some say he’s a 21st century Houdini. Pizzi has been splitting people’s sides as the opening act for the likes of Jerry Vale, Joy Behar and Weird Al Yankovic. And he’s been known to throw in a little magic himself. These two guys are sure to cast a spell on you! Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, 71 East Main St., Patchogue. $15. 3 p.m. Mar. 26.

Mockstrosity Tour
As the tour promoters say, their misguided mission was simple: They would amass “the most motley collection of costumed musical miscreants ever assembled.” The lineup includes: Mac Sabbath, a fast food-inspired Black SAbbath tribute band; Metalachi, the world’s only heavy metal mariachi band; and Okilly Dokilly, a metal band that draws its name, looks and lyrics from Ned Flanders of The Simpsons. Wowzler, indeed! Revolution Bar and Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. $20, $25 DOS. 7 p.m. Mar. 26.

Larry The Cable Guy
Blue collar comic David Lawrence Whitney is a multiplatinum-selling recording artist, Grammy Award nominee, top country comedian and Billboard award winner, whose show, Only In America With Larry the Cable Guy, has broken viewing records with its premise of him visiting areas across the country, trying out new jobs, hobbies and lifestyles, celebrating the American experience. Also a best-selling author of a book titled Git-R-Done, named after his catchphrase, his dynamic personality has made him an American favorite. Catch this modern-day Renaissance man in all his phenomenal glory! NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. $54-$150. 8 p.m. Mar. 26.

Join Howard Ehrlichman for an eye-opening lecture and screening of Michael Almereyda’s lively movie exploring the work of Ehrlichman’s colleague Stanley Milgrom, whose radical behavior experiments that tested ordinary humans’ willingness to obey authority, remain controversial to this day. The “Obedience Experiments” on conformity, conscience, and free will were designed to observe ordinary people’s responses when asked to send harmful electric shocks to an affable stranger strapped into a chair in another room, with intriguing (and disturbing) results. Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. $11-$16. 7 p.m. Mar. 28.

Rising Up Contemporary Christian Concert
Feel the power and the glory of rock music that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ in one great night of performances that will lift up the spirit of everyone in attendance. No chains can hold you back once these sounds fill your ears. Truth! Love! Salvation! The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave., Westbury. $25. 7 p.m. Mar. 29.

Featured Photo: Country megastar Trace Adkins rocks The Paramount in Huntington on March 25! (Photo: Trace Adkins official Facebook profile)

Compiled by Spencer Rumsey, Jaime Franchi, Timothy Bolger & Zachary B. Tirana III