Mount Airy's own Santi White, touring in support of 99¢, her new avant-pop album about music and commerce.
Sunday at the Theater of Living Arts.

"Under the Cherry Moon."
Test the limits of your Prince devotion with the screening of this 1986 black-and-white period piece that was the filmic follow-up to Purple Rain and that gave the world "Kiss" and "Sometimes It Snows in April."
Monday at the Balcony at the Trocadero.

"The Night Manager."
Taut, tense, and twisty cloak-and-dagger John Le Carré thriller with Hugh Laurie from House as a super-evil arms dealer and Tom Hiddleston, who plays Hank Williams in the film I Saw the Light, as a duty-bound hotelier drawn into the world of espionage.
Tuesdays on AMC.

NRBQ vs. Los Straitjackets
Battle of the bands with the freewheeling, erudite bar band (now featuring only founder and pianist Terry Adams from the classic Q lineup) facing off against the Straitjackets, the highly entertaining, Mexican-wrestling-mask-wearing surf-instrumental band.
Thursday at Sellersville.

Queen of Jeans
Three-quarters female Philly band that recently made an adorable video for the Bangles' "Walk Like an Egyptian" featuring their mothers. They kick off a monthlong Friday-night residency with Suburban Living, the Soft Spots, and Julia Rainer.
Friday at Bourbon & Branch.