ART: The group art show, When We Were Kids, explores children in play, power and poverty, vividly capturing "childhood imagination, struggles, and innocence loss from the perspective of growing up as a Filipino in the Philippines and United States." (6 to 9 p.m., 1:AM Gallery, 1000 Howard Street)

MUSIC: The all-acoustic Gonzalo Bergara Quartet will play their modern variant of 1930s Django Reinhardt-inspired Gypsy jazz at this week's de Young's Fiesta Friday night event, "mixing cascades of arpeggios with the sounds of Paris and his native Argentina, supported by an ace clarinetist and a honed rhythm section." Additionally, peruse the galleries, take part in some hands-on art-making, or attend a conversation with Rupert Garcia, leader of the sociopolitical Chicano Art Movement.

CLUB: Keep the Bastille Day festivities going with Bardot-a-Go-Go's Post-Bastille Day Party, featuring the best in decadent '60s French pop and other garage/soul/bubblegum sounds, along with fun drink specials, go-go girls, and groovy '60s French videos. Shagadelic attire encouraged. (9 p.m., The Rickshaw Stop, 155 Fell Street)