Remember the golden decade of pop at Awesome Aughts: Music of the Early 2000s
Get ready to be "Jumpin' Jumpin'" to "What a Girl Wants," and dance to the best hip-hop, R&B and pop songs from the days when boy bands still had "frosted tips" and Beyoncé was best known as a member of Destiny's Child.
Union Hall, 11:30pm, free
Go pawsitively wild at the opening night of "How Cats Took Over the Internet"
Whether you've read a Pusheen Web comic, posted the perfect lolcat on your Tumblr or loved Grumpy Cat so much you even tolerated that Lifetime movie with her, you've been a part of the Internet's feline obsession. Learn about the history of this phenomom, and maybe discover an amazing meme you missed, at this purrfect (come on, we had to say it) exhibit.
Museum of the Moving Image, free, opens 10:30am, $12, students and seniors $9, children 3-12 $6
Do the time warp again at Silent Movie: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Dress like a Transylvanian—from the freaky, fictional galaxy, not the region in Romania—to see Janet, Riff Raff and Dr. Frank-N-Furter unlike you ever have before: in a park with headphones on. Part of Lincoln Center's Out of Doors festival, this screening includes a talk-back and live shadow-cast performance from New York City's official Rocky Horror Picture Show cast.
Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center, 10:45pm, free