Space Clothes: Future Beauty
SAM's new show examines Japanese fashion, which is unsurprisingly a lot like you see in anime.
Fine and raw: Some of the materials used in these clothes are super-bizarre — wood and foam push haute couture to the limit.
Tonight thru Sep 8. Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave., Downtown (206-654-3210). $17 here.
Nearby: Frolik; Radiator Whiskey; Shorty's
Punk Roots: A Band Called Death
This invigorating documentary about a forgotten African-American punk band has been blowing minds across the country.
Encore: The flick was one of the most talked-about movies at SIFF, so it's back for a longer run.
Fri-Sun 9:15p. SIFF Film Center, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Queen Anne (206-464-5830). $11 here.
Nearby: Toulouse Petit; Sully's; Mecca Café
Sweet Rides: Greenwood Car Show
When the sun comes out, Seattle car freaks bring out their sweet rides.
Start your engines: Stop for pancake breakfast at the Greenwood Senior Center before the show — proceeds go to charity.
Sat 8a-4p. Greenwood Avenue and 67th St., Greenwood. Free.
Nearby: Ludlow; Uber Tavern; The Dray
Feel The Beat: Darude
The Finnish trance producer has been making floor-shaking anthems for 15 years, so this rare Seattle visit should be a blast.
Desert heat: His iconic 1999 hit "Sandstorm" will get stuck in your head all day. Try it for yourself.
Sat 9p. Foundation, 2218 Western Ave., Belltown (206-535-7285) $10 here.
Nearby: List; Lola; Black Bottle