Get The Jump On Your 2/17 – 2/23 Plans.

With the recent news that Morrissey's scheduled appearance at Palladium Ballroom was being rescheduled after the sad-sack singer's doctor recommended additional rest to recover from a bleeding ulcer, this week instantly seemed more silent and grey. And while it may be easy to point to the postponement as an indication that every day this week will be like Sunday, we know that simply isn't the case.

Trust us, we've looked into it. Every day this week looks a lot like Friday to us.

Sunday (2.17)
Mushroomhead at Trees
They write beautiful songs for ugly children.

Monday (2.18)
Ramona Falls at Dada
But she gets up again. You're never gonna keep her down.

Tuesday (2.19)
Ra Ra Riot at Kessler Theater
You know that dying is fine.

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth at Verizon Theatre
Kid Dynamite recounts two hours worth of personal tales.

Wednesday (2.20)
Group ride to City Council briefing of the Dallas Bike Plan
Get on your bikes and ride!

Anything Goes at Winspear Opera House
Sort of like a musical version of Titanic, but with a happy ending.

Vinyl Preservation Society at Barley House
This month, it's a free for all.

Thursday (2.21)
Boys Named Sue at Sundown
He's here, she's here, everybody drink beer!

The Maccabees at Trees
Hey, it's the UK's answer to Arcade Fire!

He's My Brother She's My Sister at Dada
Drum kit? We don't need no stinking drum kit.

Eyes, Wings and Many Other Things, Son Fish, Def Rain at Crown and Harp
According to their Bandcamp page, L.A.'s Son Fish fall under the genre of “rape gaze.”

Old 97's at Granada Theater
I've got a timebomb in my mind, mom.

Friday (2.22)
Critical Mass at Main Street Garden Park
Get on your bikes and ride… again!

Pink, The Hives at American Airlines Center
Let's get this party started.

Frank Caliendo at Addison Improv
Ever wonder what a long car ride with Charles Barkley, Robin Williams and George Bush would be like?

Dallas Distortion Music's Second Anniversary Party at Dada
With Pinkish Black, Blackstone Rangers, Depth and Current, and Cutter.

Saturday (2.23)
Orochi: The Serpent at Texas Theatre
With a live score by Montopolis.

Monster Jam at Cowboys Stadium
Here's your chance, do your dance.

Electric 6 at Dada
You! I wanna take you to the gay bar!

Ben Kweller at City Tavern
He might be wasted, but he's also ready.

The Pin Show at The Green Warehouse
Watch as 22 independent designers try to transform the Dallas fashion scene.

Bunny Yeager photo exhibition at Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery
Featuring tons of vintage shots of Bettie Paige.

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