Thursday, March 9: It’s an acoustic rock fiesta tonight at SOhO. With a lineup that includes Brad Wolfe & the Moon, Bixby and Justin King Band, this promises to be a show chock-full of sappy love songs and swooning ladies. The concert starts at 8:30 p.m.
Friday, March 10: In celebration of the life of recently deceased filmmaker Garrett Scott, Magic Lantern Films presents “Occupation: Dreamland” tonight at 7 and 9:30 in I.V. Theater. The film provides a painfully honest look at the lives of a group of American soldiers in Iraq during the winter of 2004. Tickets are $4 for students.
Saturday, March 11: Prepare yourself for some comically charged ranting and raving. Political pundit Bill Maher takes his shtick on the road and hits the Arlington Theatre tonight at 8. Tickets range from $32.50 to $52.50.
Sunday, March 12: Put your knitting needles aside and head on down to the Contemporary Arts Forum for some DIY and discussion. Today the lovely folks at the SBCAF present a craft workshop entitled, “Say What You Want… in Cross-Stitch!” at 1 p.m. The event is free to members and $10 for general admission.
Monday, March 13: Led by Julio Bocca, the dance troupe Bocca Tango returns for the second of two performances at Campbell Hall tonight at 8. Melding classical ballet, Argentinean culture and the promise of partial nudity, we expect the show to be quite caliente. Tickets are $18 for students.
Tuesday, March 14: Dave Chappelle may wear the wig, but it’s Charlie Murphy’s name atop all those Rick James “True Hollywood Story” masterpieces. Tonight, Eddie Murphy’s big bro and Chappelle’s right-hand man takes over Campbell Hall. The belly laughs start at 8 p.m. and tickets are $22 for students at the A.S. ticket window.
Wednesday, March 15: Hardcore pioneers Poison the Well, along with their buddies, Apiary, HORSE the Band and Who Rides the Tiger, will play tonight at the historic Troubadour in West Hollywood. The band is set to release a new full-length album later this year. Tickets are $12 and the show starts at 8 p.m.