You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men (screening) @ Baby's All Right
The Wu-Tang documentary series is airing on Showtime right now, and this is a free screening of part of it, followed by a "panel discussion with some of the most influential voices in the hip hop space today," 6 PM.

Eddie Izzard @ Beacon Theatre
British comedian Eddie Izzard brings his new show "Wunderbar" -- "about everything from humans over the last 100,000 years to talking dogs and animal superheroes" -- to Beacon Theatre for five nights.

Chromatics, Desire, In Mirrors, Holy Ghost! (DJ set) @ Brooklyn Steel
We’re still waiting on Chromatics to finish the long-in-the-works Dear Tommy, but at least their touring now. This is their second of two Brooklyn Steel shows.

Passion Pit, The Beaches @ Pier 17
Passion Pit’s 2009 debut LP Manners remains arguably their most celebrated release to date, and the band will perform the album in its entirety tonight in NYC, in honor of its 10th anniversary.

‘Fugazi: Instrument’ screening w/ Guy Picciotto Q&A @ Nitehawk
It’s a 20th anniversary celebration of documentary ‘Fugazi: Instrument’ which will be followed by a Q&A with director Jem Cohen and the band’s Guy Picciotto.

Rodrigo y Gabriela @ The Paramount
Mexican acoustic duo Rodrigo y Gabriela play NYC’s Beacon Theatre tonight, supporting their new album Mettavolution.

Cameron Esposito @ Union Hall
Comedian Cameron Esposito kicks off a five-night run at Brooklyn’s Union Hall tonight, where she’ll be working out her newest show, Cameron Esposito: Separately.

Eric Andre @ Union Hall
This show is called Eric Andre Improvises: "Shout out anything and he’ll try to make it into a joke. He might succeed! (He might fail)."

Black Mayo w/ Sal Vulcano, Janeane Garofalo @ Littlefield
Sal Vulcano and Janeane Garofalo head up the lineup for this comedy night benefiting Arts Gowanus.

Bridget Everett @ Joe’s Pub
Backed by her band The Tender Moments, Bridget Everett provides an extremely unexpurgated night of comedy and music that may not be for the easily embarrassed.

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