8 p.m., Malco Theater, Hot Springs. $5.
Bjork fans in Arkansas long ago came to grips with the idea that Iceland's finest pop chanteuse will never play a show anywhere in the Natural State. But, if we'll never experience her elaborate stage show without driving a piece, the Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival, in conjunction with the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, presents an advance of Bjork's new tour film, “Voltaic,” which doesn't come out nationally until Tuesday. The concert film, culled from footage from Bjork concerts in Paris and Reykjavik, mostly includes material from the singer's latest album, “Volta,” as well as songs like “Hunter,” “Joga” and “Army of Me.” Her band features harpsichord, church organ and an all female Icelandic 10-piece brass section. It's bound, as all things Bjork typically are, to be visually dazzling, too. Admission benefits the Valley of the Vapors, while concession sales go to the Documentary Film Festival.