BOB ZELLNER is not a typical Civil Rights Movement veteran. Born the white son of a Klansman from Alabama, Zellner rejected his upbringing and dedicated his life to social justice. Zellner's life story is an inspiring tale of dedicated struggle in a time of horrific oppression. With his co-author Constance Curry, he reads from his memoir, The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement. $5-$10. 6 p.m. Margaret Mitchell House & Museum, 990 Peachtree St. 404-249-7015. www.gwtw.org. (Wyatt Williams)
Providence, R.I., post-hardcore provocateurs LES SAVY FAV return in support of Let's Stay Friends, the group's first studio album in more than six years. The new album finds LSF melding its dark and angular hybrid of art pop and dramatic weirdness with a palette of horns, dub soundscapes and lavish arrangements that push the group to new heights of ability while underscoring its awkward idiosyncrasies. Athens psych-punk trio Twin Tigers open the show. $17-$20. 9 p.m. The Earl, 488 Flat Shoals Ave. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com. (Chad Radford)
The DANISH FILM FESTIVAL wraps up its final weekend at the High Museum of Art. Arranged by the Danish American Chamber of Commerce with support from the Danish Film Institute, the festival features five critically acclaimed Danish films, including The Monastery, winner of the Danish Critics Prize for a documentary film, and Just Like Home. For more on the Danish Film Festival, see A&E, p. XX. Through Jan. 24. Free-$7. Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m. Rich Theatre, 1280 Peachtree St. 404-733-4570. www.high.org. (Deaundra Cash)
Begin Mardi Gras season on a high note with GYPSY JAMBALAYA, featuring Les Yeux Noirs and Cedric Watson and Bijoux Créole. Gypsy-Yiddish fusion group Les Yeux Noirs ("The Black Eyes") is known for its truly eclectic style that mixes jazz, classic and Eastern European folk music to pack a multicultural punch. Sharing the stage and mixing old-school Creole with new-school Cajun music is Grammy-nominated Watson (XXX) and his Zydeco band. $32-$59. 8 p.m. Rialto Center for the Arts, 80 Forsyth St. 404-413-9849. www.rialtocenter.org. (Lizzy Encarnacao)
JAN. 27 STOMP All the funky percussion, movement and visual comedy of Blue Man Group at the Fox Theatre, minus the messy paint. www.ticketmaster.com.
JAN. 30 FILM LOVE Returns to Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery with rare books, films and recordings of beat literature icon William S. Burroughs. www.eyedrum.org.
FEB. 3 JOHN LEGEND The piano man sings us a song at the Fox Theatre. www.ticketmaster.com.
FEB. 3 SID & NANCY The cult classic film is accompanied by an art opening featuring more than 100 rare punk-rock fliers from the '80s that represent shows at the Metroplex, 688 and the Point. www.plazaatlanta.com.