ROCK: Over at Edinburgh Castle, the aptly-titled indie-punk band Cupids headlines tonight along with Levator (Seattle) and Dazzling Strangers.

*FILM: The film you all had to sit through in English Lit class goes up on the big screen, Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet. In addition to the gorgeous Shakespearean tragedy, KRON 4's Jan Wahl interviews Olivia Hussey ("Juliet") and the divine Connie Champagne performs. (Psst, Connie Champagne will be the highlight of the night. Worth the ticket price alone.) Happens at the Castro Theatre.

SINGLES: Don't do it.

CLUB: Good Vibrations hosts the "Queen of Hearts Ball and Fairytale Pleasure Faire," featuring such sexual-pleasing gaiety as go-go dancers, "erotic" fashion displays, burlesque troupe the Vau de Vire Society, strippers from the Lusty Lady, Peaches Christ, and more. Happens at SOMA hotspot Mighty.

JAZZ: You can't go wrong with Kim Nalley. Check her out at Jazz at Pearl's.

THEATER: How We First Met, a theatrical spectacular that uses audience members' real-life love stories and spins them into improvised comedy gold, has been entertaining people for over eight years. The curtain goes up at the Herbst Theater.

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