You've still got the Berkeley World Music Festival today, and Indiefest's Hole in the Head fantasy/sci-fi/horror film fest is in full swing! Your other options include:

The songbook of Fields of Gold features a mix of Sting and The Police’s most beloved tunes, including “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free,” “Bring On the Night,” “Wrapped Around Your Finger,” “Every Breath You Take,” “We’ll Be Together,” “If I Ever Lose My Faith In You,” and “Fields of Gold.”

2 p.m., $20, at Zeum (221 Fourth Street, x Howard).

--, a biographical play about Japanese internment at the Oakland Museum of California. Reception at 1, performance at 2. $10, 1000 Oak Street (x 10th) in Oakland.

--Community orchestra Symphony Parnassus performs the Shostakovich Symphony No. 11 at Herbst Theater. 401 Van Ness (x McAllister), 3 p.m., $15.

--Students from the Alice Fong Yu Alternative School worked with local artists and stage designers for tonight's performance of A Journey to China: Scholars, Goddesses, Warriors at the Yerba Buena Theater. Part of the Youth for Youth World Music and Arts Fest. 3 p.m., 400 Howard (x 3rd), $15.

--The SFJazz High School All-Star Ensemble perform tonight at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater. 8 p.m., $15, 3301 Lyon (x Bay).

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