Get Chaotic with Mobb Deep.

So what if it's only your second day back at work in the wake of your Memorial Day blowout? Far as we're concerned, that doesn't necessarily make it wrong to call in sick tomorrow.

And, listen, tonight's festivities might actually merit that move. From eardrum-erupting rock to smooth lyrical rhymes and the tickling pleasure erotic art, today's offerings bring you a number of potential ways to cash in one of your sick days tomorrow.

Like we've said a few times before: You might want to go ahead and come up with that excuse now before you get way too fuzzy-headed to come up with something believable.

Plus, you'll be busy later.

Mobb Deep at Trees
Nearing the halfway mark of their 20th anniversary tour, this hip-hop duo from Queens brings their hardcore East Coast stylings to Dallas tonight, thanks in part to their appearance at this weekend's Chaos in Tejas festival in Austin.

Wondercrust Presents: The Boy in the Plastic Bubble at The Grotto
Join Wondercrust at The Grotto in Fort Worth for their presentation of the John Travolta vehicle, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, which isn't to be confused with the Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle, Bubble Boy. With contests, quizzes and free shot giveaways, you can feed your eyes, ears and mouths with members of the uncensored movie watchers club as they publicly roast this notoriously awful film.

Guns N' Roses at The House of Blues (Sold Out)
Axl Rose and company will welcome you to the proverbial jungle during tonight's stop on their current Here Today Gone to Hell tour. And just one night after Limp Bizkit played the same room!

Art with a View Presents: Corey Godfrey at the Belmont Hotel
Free admission and happy hour are two things that should always go hand-in-hand. And at the Art With a View Series, they do! Tonight, the fabulously modern and minimal Belmont Hotel is featuring a showcase of erotic yarn art by Dallas-based artist Corey Godfrey, whose work seeks to bridge the gap between female-oriented crafts and male-based publications. The erotic physical process of creation is what Godfrey says allows her art to push her art into uncharted territories. Hot, right?

Loud Texas Volume Chaos! at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio
Like the House of Blues, Denton is starting the unruliness of Chaos in Tejas a little early tonight with eight different national and international bands — including the NYC-by-way-of-Denton Parquet Courts — performing across the train tracks at Rubber Gloves. Expect an acid-induced, mosh pit-fueled, punk-inspired face bleeder. Iron on your band patches, make sure your jacket studs are firmly nailed in and leave your cigarettes at home — remember, Rubber Gloves is smoke-free these days — before engaging in tonight's disorderly conduct.

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