The band will perform in Eugene on Saturday and Sunday

String Cheese Incident sounds like they’re swallowing up all of music, one genre at a time. Their sound covers bluegrass, reggae, funk, jazz, electronica and country with sprawling jam music. With a career stretching back to 1993, they’ve had time to amass those influences and build a 10-album discography, which they will return to Cuthbert Amphitheater on Saturday and Sunday, July 7-8.

Led primarily by guitarist and songwriter Bill Nershi, the band features a six-member lineup made of Nershi, Michael Kang, Michael Travis, Keith Moseley, Kyle Hollingsworth and Jason Hann. Their instrumentation is noticeably dense (in a good way). Kang plays mandolin and violin while Hollingsworth frequently plays an organ and an accordion.

The group is currently on tour for their latest album “Believe,” released in 2017. The all-ages show starts at 7 p.m. both nights at Cuthbert, 2300 Leo Harris Drive. Tickets are $53 for only Saturday or for Sunday, and $100 for two-day tickets (ticketswest.com)

Learn more and listen: http://stringcheeseincident.com

If you can’t make the show, don’t worry. Electro-funk trio Yak Attack and soul rock band Dirty Revival will headline a SCI after party on Saturday, July 7 at Hi-Fi Music Hall, 44 E. Seventh Ave. Both bands hail from Portland.

Yak Attack was founded in 2013 by keyboardist Dave Dernovsek and bassist Rowan Cobb The band uses sampling loops and instrumentation, recorded at every show, to create a unique blend of funk and electronica they call “livetronica.” The band released their second album “The Radiant Kind” in 2017.

Dirty Revival, a seven-piece outfit fronted by Portland native Sarah Clarke, is difficult to classify by genre. The group regularly covers Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine, and other classic acts, all while capturing the sounds of '70s soul in its original material. The band released their self-titled first album in 2015 and a 7-inch record “So Cold” this year.

Doors open at 11 p.m. and the show begins at 11:30 p.m. It is open to anyone 21-and-older. Tickets are $10 in advance (www.hifimusichall.com) and $13 day of show.