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It appears that tonight will be a quiet night in town as everyone gears up for the Labor Day Weekend festivities. LAist will definitely be lounging and enjoying the extra day off and hopes that you all will, too.

Uphill at the Universal Amphitheatre, enjoy some Latin fusion as Kinky performs with Ozomatli and Plastilina Mosh. The show starts at 8:15 PM; tickets range from $19.50–$40.00.

Wander over to the Troubdour to see Minus the Bear, Engine Down, Brazil and Statistics. Doors are at 7:30 PM and tickets are $11.99 advance, $12.00 at the door. [Ed. note: Engine Down just had their van and equipment stolen, so they can use the support!]

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At the Egyptian Theatre, catch the weekend-long Cinecon 40 Classic Film Festival with such films as Robin Hood (1922), Girl Without a Room (1932), My Sister Eileen (1955), That Certain Thing (1928), and The Dark Horse (1932). See the full schedule here.

At midnight see a screening of the uncut, X-rated version of David Lynch's Wild at Heart at the NuArt. In this classiclly Lynch, Wizard of Oz-derived tale, Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern play Sailor and Lula—two lovers on the road, running from Lula's vindictive mother and an assortment of other antagonists. Tickets are $9.50.