Comedian Will Durst has shifted gears after decades of making a name for himself as a political humorist. The 32-year veteran of comedy visits Sacramento Friday, August 23, with a show titled BoomeRaging: From LSD to OMG, in which he riffs on his own life, his generation and the occasional acid flashback. Despite its main focus on the baby-boomer generation, the show will appeal to those of all ages, and will also include some political jokes—because politics did, of course, play a huge part in the lives of the boomers. The show is presented by Humor Times, the Sacramento-based publication that's run Durst's weekly comedy column for the last 20 years. The best part? Free drinks in the lobby (beer, wine and soda) an hour before the show. Tie-die shirts and floral-print dresses are optional. $20-$25, 7 p.m. on Friday, August 23, at 24th Street Theatre, 2791 24th Street (drinks at 6 p.m.); www.humortimes.brownpapertickets.com.