1. Woody: His Life, Times and Teachings (Feb. 16, 7 p.m.)
Capitol Theatre, Riffe Center, 77 S. High St.
In his one-man, two-hour show, Jeff Hall paints a three-dimensional portrait of the much-loved Buckeye football coach. http://www.woodyhayesplay.com
2. Fiery Foods Weekend (Feb. 16-17)
North Market, 59 Spruce St.
A variety of hot and spicy food vendors descend on the North Market to peddle their wares in a weekend festival that also features cooking demonstrations, live music, children’s entertainment, cook-offs and – for the daring – fiery cornbread, jalapeno, hot wing and hot popcorn ball eating contests. http://www.northmarket.com
3. The Who (Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m.)
Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Dr.
Legendary classic rock band the Who presents its 1973 album Quadrophenia in its entirety, as well as a selection of its hits, such as My Generation and The Seeker. http://www.schottensteincenter.com
4. Suzanne Vega (Feb. 19, 8 p.m.)
Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long St.
Folk musician and songwriter, best known for her 1980s hit Tom’s Diner, brings her music to Columbus. Sixteen-year-old singer and pianist Noah Chenfeld opens. http://www.capa.com
5. Ray Charles Tribute Band (Feb. 21, 8 p.m.)
McConnell Arts Center, 777 Evening St., Worthington
Bassist Roger Hines, who toured with Ray Charles for decades, leads a band that pays tribute to the legendary musician. http://www.mcconnellarts.org