Get Creative.

Looking for something unique to do tonight? Well, a farmer in Italy just opened a museum dedicated to shit, where he'll gladly educated you on the many uses of goose poop before showing off artworks made from cow pies.

Of course, it'll require a 14-hour flight — and, even then, the museo is only open via appointment.

Thankfully, there's some decent things to do a bit closer to home tonight, most of which aren't quite so shitty. — Cory Graves

Bar Politics at Twilite Lounge
While early voting in the upcoming city elections is currently underway, Bar Politics will bring its blend of local political satire and performance art to Twilite Lounge. Come learn about the candidates along with “political cyber Bansky,” Wylie H. Dallas, as the prolific, anonymous Facebook commenter will be tonight's special guest. — CG

Tony Lucca at House of Blues
A few seasons back, Lucca finished third on NBC's The Voice, but in retrospect, he was maybe the season's real winner. After scoring more press coverage than anyone in the show's history, he recorded an album with judge Adam Levine, landed an opening slot on a Maroon 5 tour and appeared in an episode of Parenthood. He's what you might call a triple threat. Tonight you'll see his live music performance from his brand new, eponymous debut album. — Lauren Rushing

The Soft Moon at Dada
Per his official bio, Luis Vasquez never intended the solo tracks he recorded in his Oakland apartment back in 2009 to be heard by the public. Here we are five years and three Soft Moon LPs later, and Vasquez and a couple of touring musicians will gladly play a bunch of synthy post-punk for whatever members of the public decide to show up. Skull Katalog and iill open. — CG

Kim & the Created at Three Links
Following a successful trip to SXSW earlier this year, the eccentric Los Angeles alt-rocker Kim House brings her over-the-top stage antics and glammy garage rock tuneage back to Texas. Dallas don't-woppers Street Arabs and Fort Worth's Toy Gun open. — CG

A Tribute to The Cars and Billy Joel at Harvest House (Free)
On a normal night, Denton's Vinyl plays a brand of original tunes not far off from the Zeppelin and Queen end of the spectrum. Tonight the band leans full bore into its retro rock tendencies, masquerading as a full-on Cars tribute act. Also playing this one is Tony Ferraro, Grady Don Sandlin, Christopher Gomez, Ryan Thomas Becker and Andy Rogers who, collectively, add up to one Billy Joel. — CG

One at Trees
Can One really be the “The Only Tribute To Metallica,” as it claims? The self-proclaimed one and only Metallica substitute performs tonight in Dallas nevertheless. — LR

Dead Poets Society at Sundown (Free)
Seize the day, because this feel-good Robin Williams classic screens on Sundown's rooftop patio for one night only. — CG

Pitch Perfect Sing-Along at Alamo Drafthouse
Don't dismiss your musical prowess (or lack thereof) just because bitches may insult you behind your back. Own that voice of yours — even if you sound terrible — and feel free to gleefully eschew the theater's normal no talking rule. — Carly Seitz

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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