ART: The Mid-Market revitalization keeps on truckin' as the SF Arts Commission's latest Art in Storefronts project heads to central Market Street, presenting six storefront installations and five murals. Tonight's opening event will feature receptions in three neighborhood galleries, the debut of two sculptures made possible by Black Rock Arts Foundation, live music, and Off the Grid food trucks. (5 to 7 p.m., 998 Market Street)

MUSIC: There are lots of music choices tonight, what with indie faves Of Montreal at the Fillmore and Peter Bjorn & John at Great American. Why not opt for some nice Afrobeat at Bimbo's instead? Shake it to the sounds of Femi Kuti & The Positive Force, whose signature punk energy is "spiced up the African way". DJ Harry Duncan will be on the decks. (8 p.m., Bimbo's 365, 1025 Columbus)

COMEDY: S.M.I.R.K.!, the "hottest new sketch troupe in San Francisco," celebrate the end of the world in Apocalypse Maybe, with their unique blend of "life action" and videos to document the signs and effects of the end of the world. "We say: If we’re going down, we’re going down laughing." (7:30 p.m., The Dark Room Theater, 2263 Mission Street)