If you can't score tickets to the show, head over to Bottom of the Hill and check out NOMO, an Afro-beat band from Detroit for $10. 1233 17th St, SF.
Calling all PSP fans! Head over to the Sony Playstation store at the Metreon to celebrate 20 years of Final Fantasy. Starting around 6pm, the event will include previews of the upcoming Final Fantasy II and get dibs to purchase to the newly remade PSP version of Final Fantasy. 101 4th St., SF.
Art opening Dirty Work takes a look the impact of the domestic worker industry on communities and the larger economy. Featuring work by local artists Nancy Hom, Sharon Hing, Mail Order Brides/M.O.B., Choppy Oshiro, Rick Rocamura, and Favianna Rodriguez, the exhibit runs through the end of August. Suggested donation of $5 - come meet the artists at a reception from 6:30-9:30pm. 180 Capp street (at 17th), SF.
If you haven't been by to check out the 48-hour film project, head over tonight! Competing teams are given exactly two days to produce an original short film -- head over to the theaters in the Embarcadero Center to check out 12 new shorts from the competition. Show starts at 6:30, tickets are $9. 1 Embarcadero Center, SF.
Photo from artist Mail Order Brides/M.O.B's site - a group of Filipina-American artists engaged in an ongoing collaborative investigation of culture, race and gender. Check out their amazing work at the Dirty Work show.