You've seen him perform at basements, bars, tiny clubs, and house parties. Now Ty Segall, the kind-hearted prince of the San Francisco scuzz-rock scene, will have his chance to headline the storied Fillmore. In one sense it's just a layover on the continuous tour Segall's been on since releasing three albums last year and winning adoration from major outlets like SPIN and Pitchfork. But for a local artist like Segall, a headlining Fillmore show is more like a victory lap than a routine tour stop. Support comes from L.A. garage-rock weirdo White Fence and neo-soul dynamo Nick Waterhouse, making this a can't-miss lineup.