FILM FEST: The Frameline Film Festival (AKA, the queer one) kicks off tonight, and we couldn't be more thrilled. Over at the Castro Theatre, be sure to check out this evening's lesbian drama mystery Affinity (2008) -- which tells classic women-in-prison tale but with a Gothic, Victorian era twist, featuring Anna Massey and Amanda Plummer -- but then head on down to SOMA for the opening night party. The night is sure to be riddled with drunk/high A-list gays, so we need you fine, down-to-earth folks to balance things out. What's more, the party is at the newly remodeled 1015 Folsom. And isn't it time to give 1015 a second chance? Open-bar action rumored.

7 p.m. (film), 10 p.m. (party) // Castro Theatre (film); Ten15 Folsom (party) // $90 (film & party) $45-$60 (party only)

MUSIC: Republican rocker Ted Nugent is at the Fillmore. Need we say more?

8 p.m. // The Fillmore (1805 Geary) // $38.50

CLUB: Virginia Suicide hosts a night of revelry, featuring la night of electro-punk-pop, new-rave, indie, Goth, britpop, dance DJ sounds, at Rock Candy. An added bonus? Two rock singalongs: Green Day's "When I Come Around" and Smashing Pumpkins' "Bullet with Butterfly Wings."

9 p.m. // The Stud (339 - Ninth Street) // $5