Bro Out.

Karma is real, y'all. A recent example of the phenomenon played out in London, where a guy on the way to a job interview pushed past one of his fellow commuters and told him to “fuck off” in the process, only to find out later that — yup — that was same the guy that was going to be interviewing him.

Alls we're saying is, our Earth Mother's great equalizer works in mysterious ways. You never know just where she's going to rear her head. Your only real defense is to be on your best behavior 24/7 this week. Because, who knows, one of the folks you tussle with this week might just turn out to the doorman at one of the following list of venues, and you really wouldn't want to miss this stuff.

Sunday (2.22)
Power Trip at Rubber Gloves
Get in the pit and try to love someone.

The Last Two People on Earth at Eisemann Center
It's closing night.

Seryn at Dan's Silverleaf
Catch 'em before they disappear.

“Movie Awards” Watching Party at Texas Theatre
And the award goes to…

Monday (2.23)
Bad Suns at Trees (Sold Out)
Like cardiac arrest, high voltage.

Rob Delaney at House of Blues
Show off your neck tatts.

Tuesday (2.24)
Trailer Park Boys at Majestic Theatre

Kinky Boots at the Music Hall at Fair Park
Featuring a score by Cyndi Lauper.

Jonathan Richman at Rubber Gloves
There's something about him.

Wednesday (2.25)
Comedy Night at Twilite Lounge
Laugh it up.

Peter Schmidt & His Gentlemen Scholars at Barley House
Remember Funland?

Local Education at Three Links
Featuring –topic, Ronnie Heart, Mink Coats.

Back to the Future at Sundown
Have the time of your life.

Thursday (2.26)
Central Track's Turns Three at Double Wide
Featuring Sudie, Blue, the Misfit, Dark Rooms, Brandon Fxrd.

Diana Ross at Verizon Theatre
Come out.

Daniel Markham, Bravo, Max!, The Birds of Night at Dada
Pretty bitchin' local lineup.

Rebirth Brass Band at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
Feel like funkin' it up.

Mason Dixie Burlesque Tour at Three Links
The hottest vixens from both sides of the Mason Dixon.

Friday (2.27)
Meghan Trainor at Granada Theater
It's all about that bass.

Avett Brothers at South Side Ballroom (Sold Out)
Live and die.

Hayes Carll at Kessler Theater
He's a drunken poet's dream.

Jim Breuer at House of Blues
Does he amuse you?

Baring Teeth, Mountain of Smoke, Ten Foot Beast, Idrea at RBC
She's so heavy.

Saturday (2.28)
Bridget Everett at Sons of Hermann Hall
Hit rock bottom.

Avett Brothers at South Side Ballroom (Sold Out)
Live and die, again.

Cursive at Trees
Art is hard.

Say it Ain't Southern vol. 2 at The Wild Detectives
A hobo graffiti zine release/ art show.

Quiet Company (Album Release) at Dada
With Oil Boom and Calhoun.

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