MUSIC: There are still some tickets available to see Elvis Costello & The Imposters at the Warfield tonight. Attend, and you might get invited up on stage to spin the "Spectacular Spinning Songbook," which contains 40 songs including hits, rarities, and a few surprises. (8 p.m., The Warfield, 982 Market Street)

COMEDY: Comedic storytelling series, Previously Secret Information, celebrates its second anniversary tonight. As SF Weekly reports, tonight's line-up is as follows: "Paul Myers tell 'Ringo, Django, and My Dad.' Rachel McDowell frightens with 'Panic in Paranormal Placerville.' Another Rachel (Swan) confesses 'I’m a Closet Heterosexual.' Series co-producer Joe Klocek delivers 'To Love and Lose in L.A.' (7 p.m., Stage Werx Theatre, 446 Valencia Street)

OPERA: San Francisco Opera Center’s prestigious 2012 Adler Fellows appear in ODC Theater's presentation of Love/Hate, a "dark-hued comedic rhapsody" that "moves through a missed connection and dives into a wild fantasia of memories: from clumsy sexual exploration to full blown commitment, bloodthirsty fights to tender acknowledgments. It’s a surreal take on a timeless tale that we all know by heart." (7 p.m., ODC Theater, 3153 17th Street)