MUSIC: The Guaraldi Project performs the score from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" at this concert benefiting Raphael House (a shelter that provides family support service and shelter for homeless families and children in San Francisco.) The Riptide will donate 15% of the bar sales and all of their tips to the shelter. Also, the Golden Gate Hot Club busts out early Jazz standards as well.

7 p.m. // Riptide Cocktails (3639 Taraval) // donations accepted

MUSTACHE COMPETITION: The Stache Bash over in the Hayes Valley will feature live performances by DJs Bother Grimm (Bardot a Go Go, Three Kinds of Stupid) and other special guests. Also, tonight's mustache pageant (a benefit for Mustaches for Kids, a four-week mustache growing charity contest raising money for the local, kid-focused nonprofits) will deem who in SF has the best stache.

8 p.m. // Rickshaw Stop (155 Fell) // $10 (or sliding scale)

FILM: My Name is Bruce, in which Campbell, playing himself, gets kidnapped from the set of a B horror movie and taken to a small town and forced to play the role of his movie character. Added bonus: Bruce Campbell will be there live in person. Be sure to get there early to check out the pre-film stage show featuring the stellar and sublime Peaches Christ.

7 p.m., 9:40 // Bridge Theater (3010 Geary Blvd) // $10.50 SOLD OUT