DANCE: It's your last night to catch French dancer, choreographer, writer and director Maïmouna Coulibaly's Shake That Sin, featuring seven female dancers exploring the seven capital vices: the lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride, each with a touch of humor. (6 p.m., Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th Street)

MUSIC: Flavorpill describes Philadelphia's The War on Drugs as "[c]ombining the riffs of Sonic Youth and electronics of Brian Eno," exemplifying "history-aware indie excellence." The band's current live sound "reportedly bears a freshness unheard in earlier performances.” Also featuring guests Purling Hiss and Carter Tanton. (8 p.m., The Independent, 628 Divisadero Street)

FILM: The NY-SF International Children's Film Festival closes tonight with Aurelie Laflamme's Diary: "Played with winning affection by young actress Rose Adam, Aurelie’s endearing clumsiness positions her as a pitch-perfect, French Canadian version of a Judy Blume character as she navigates her way around the strange conventions of planet Earth." (5:30 p.m., SF Film Society | New People Cinema
1746 Post Street)