Get The Runs with Diarrhea Planet at Bryan Street Tavern.
Have you ever noticed before that Tuesday sounds like Two-sday, thus signifying it's place as the second day of the workweek? Pretty cool, I know. I'm observant like that.
Also pretty cool? The fact that there's some good stuff going on around the region this evening. You can check out a wild punk show at Bryan Street Tavern, take in a performance from a jazz musician at the AT&T Performing Arts Center or check out yet another awesome flick at the Texas Theatre.
Options. Options. Options. That's all you ever needed, right?
Diarrhea Planet, The Atomic Tanlines and Sealion at Bryan Street Tavern
Word on the streets is that The Atomic Tanlines have a very lively show — so lively, in fact, that the Denton based band is banned from Andy's Bar because of this incident. Tonight, you can catch them opening for Diarrhea Planet at Bryan Street Tavern, a band we can similarly describe as quite the rowdy outfit. Sealion plays, too, so this should be a good one.
Street Trash at The Texas Theatre
Another Tuesday means yet another opportunity to catch a great flick at the Texas Theatre. This time around it isn't your quintessential classic, so to speak. No, Street Trash is more of a cult favorite. And, to be sure, it definitely has all the blood, guts, laughs and homeless folks needed when peeping a super weird and dark comedy.
Wynton Marsalis at the AT&T Performing Arts Center
Want to sit down and relax tonight? Let Wynton Marsalis' groove soothe you as you do. It's jazz, man. Bill Cosby loves this music and so should you.
TWLOHA Heavy & Light Tour at the House of Blues
Looking for something more acoustic tonight? To Write Love On Her Arms, a non-profit aimed at giving hope to the depressed, self-harming and addicted has put together this tour just for you. Jon Foreman (of Switchfoot), Bryce Avary (of The Rocket Summer), Aaron Gillespie (of The Almost) and others will be at the House of Blues tonight in an effort to cast away your woes.
Cover photo by Mike Brooks.