Here's what on tonight around the city - assuming you survive the Zombie Mob Invasion...

Carnaval weekend in SF jumps off at the Great American Music Hall, with Sila and the Afro Funk Experience. Afro-Brazilian, Afro-Funk, Afro-Latin beats get the party going right, starting at 10 pm. Tickets are $18, 859 O'Farrell Street, SF.

Emerging San Francisco fashion designs show off their wares at the De Young tonight.Designers Jasmin Zorlu, Gregory Sovik, Antonio Luna, Brenna Dean and Thomas Haryanto each present their unique collections set to the tune of local DJs. And while you're in the house pay a visit to the Westwood exhibit (if you haven't already). Tickets are $15 (and include drinks). Event starts at 5pm, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, SF.

Ra-ra-ra Rabbit, The Don'ts and The Trifles perform at 10pm, The Knockout!, 3223 Mission St.

New work by Michelle Blade at Park Life. The opening reception for her first solo exhibition in SF begins at 6pm, and will mostly include large scale paintings exploring Blade's idea on how trust works in a group dynamic. 220 Clement St., SF.

Happy hour with, our own lifecaster (he wears a camera strapped to his head 24/7). Come hang out with free drinks and then hurry home to see yourself on his website. Dragon Bar, 473 Broadway, SF.

Photo from GAMH Carnaval event flyer