PERFORMANCE:The fabulous Bambi Lake will be performing live at the Roxie in conjunction with the screening of the 1973 documentary Pickup's Tricks, featuring the Cockettes and their founder Hibiscus, the Angels of Light, filmmaker Gregory Pickup's "glitter factory"/Hayes Valley loft, and Allen Ginsberg in drag, as part of SFMOMA's Infinite City: Cinema City film crawl going on this afternoon and evening.
6 p.m. // Roxie Theater (3117 16th St) // $10
ART: Artist Erik Otto will exhibit the second installment of Tomorrow is Never Promised, the first installment of which is currently on display at Fabric8. Otto's latest pieces are described as "dreamlike, whimsical, and eerie."
7 to 11 p.m. // White Walls (835 Larkin St) // free
FOOD: Head over to the Latin American Club this afternoon for the starting point of Grub Crawl, a mash-up of charity event, scavenger hunt, fun run, pub & grub crawl, and a costume parade. Entry fee gets you tokens for five food and beverage tickets. Entrants on a tight budget can split the registration cost with a partner.
3 to 7 p.m. // Latin American Club (3286 22nd St) // $25