11/12: Live Tonight - The Drums

Plus, a super shopping girls night out and augmented reality exhibit

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    Popscene SF
    Brooklyn band The Drums play tonight at 330 Ritch Street

    REALITY 2.0: Instead of creating another world, a la Second Life, this new tech/art exhibit improves upon the one you already live in. In Give Me More: Augmented Reality, your head is suddenly engulfed in clouds and your clothes ooze bubbles. The exhibit by Switzerland's EPFL + ECAL Lab layers virtual imagery over a real life environment. Head to the opening night reception at Swissnex starting at 6:30 p.m. Don't forget to RSVP!

    GIRLS NIGHT OUT: Shecky's is an only destination for what' s cool and undiscovered in fashion, beauty, and fun with the girls. Tonight get to Fort Mason Center for the highly anticipated Shecky's Girls Night Out- an evening full of shopping, delicious cocktails and beer, fall-fabulous beauty treatments and much more. The fun starts at 5 p.m., sign up for one of their famous goodie bags.

    THE DRUMS: These four boys from Brooklyn can sure put on a show. Tonight The Drums have their San Francisco live debut at 330 Ritch Street. The band takes inspiration from 50s and 60s bands, using hand claps and falsetto backing vocals to produce a contagiously energetic sound. The show begins at 10 p.m.

    MUNI PARTY: Wear your cocktail attire and bring your flash pass or $2 and get ready to party on the Inbound M Metro train at the San Francisco State University stop at 7:17 p.m. The official Muni after party will kick off on the Muni train before a real party at Otis lounge.