MUSIC: Karl Blau, Painted Cakes, Zoyres Eastern European Wild Ferment, and DJ Odd Nosdam of Anticon all perform ion Hayes Valley. But Washington-based Karl Blau is the main attraction tonight, at least according to Hiya Swanhuyser, who describes Blau as having a "wide array of influences to wind up as blissy indie-folk, full of found sounds and Brian Wilson-worthy vocal harmonies." So there you go.
8 p.m. // Rickshaw Stop (155 Fell) // $8-$10
BAR: Two-for-one drinks all night long at Otis, San Francisco's favorite bar on Madien Lane with private bathrooms. (Sniff, sniff, if you catch our drift.)
9 p.m. // Otis (25 Maiden Lane) // free
COMEDY: Check out comedy legends Martin Mull (Rosanne's gay boss when she worked at the diner during the season Jackie's boyfriend was beating her up!) and Fred Willard (Robert Barone's evangelical father-in-law!) when they come together for a Fernwood Tonight reunion, the Norman Lear-created Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman spin-off. (Part of SF Sketchfest.)
8 p.m. // Cobb's Comedy Club () // $35