I’m not totally sure what’s up with the Smashing Pumpkins these days. Billy Corgan remains the only original member, making the band seemingly destined for an oldies revue with other ’90s hit-makers (Candlebox, Sponge, Dishwalla, etc.) in a few years. Regardless of Corgan’s puzzling antics (he makes Kanye look like the humblest monk on the planet sometimes), you can’t take away the impressive and influential run the Pumpkins had at its peak. Showing just how far the influence has spread, a variety of local bands will join together this Saturday at the Mad Hatter in Covington to play their favorite Smashing Pumpkins songs. Produced by the same people that did the Radiohead tribute show last year, the event will again benefit Kids Count Inc., a local non-profit group that works with therapists to provide early intervention services for young kids in the Northern Kentucky with potential developmental problems. Twenty-five bands are participating in the tribute, including Banderas, 500 Miles to Memphis, RX2, Mona Medusa, The Mudpies, The Rosemary Device, Knife the Symphony, Lovely Crash and Mad Anthony. Get details and find nearby bars and restaurants here.