Do It Today: Conchords, Percussion, Goodman

of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (pictured) — are unlikely stars in America. Ironically, their popularity can be directly attributed to their HBO sitcom, Flight of the Conchords, a faux-reality show that follows the pair as they navigate NYC’s musical landscape and attempt to develop an American fanbase. The show’s not only hilarious, but has proven itself a brilliant way of marketing the duo’s eccentric brand of self-deprecating musical comedy. The duo lands at Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center tonight. The show's sold out, but perhaps you can find someone with a spare or two outside the hall. Or, you can snag tickets now to the Choncords' Wednesday night show in Orlando before it, too, sells out. Good luck in what ever you do. Mon., April 5, 7:30 p.m., Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa, $38.50 (SOLD OUT); and Wed., April 8, USF Arena, Orlando, $36.50.