Get The Jump On Your 3/3 – 3/9 Plans.

Here's hoping you're not easily irritated by the term “festival season.” Because, almost certainly, you're going to hear it hundreds and hundred of times in the coming weeks and months.

And it all kicks off this week, too, as North Texas fully delves into that time of year where there's a festival around every corner. The biggest of those fests — and the unofficial start to the so-called season — kicks off this Thursday with 35 Denton's so-called “best ever fest ever” offering.

Sunday (3.3)
Coheed and Cambria at Palladium Ballroom
For those who like a little science fiction sprinkled into their prog rock.

Harry Belafonte at Winspear Opera House
Hey, it's the King of Calypso!

Monday (3.4)
Paul Slavens at Crown and Harp
For a price, Slavens will compose a song on the spot, just for you.

Cradle of Filth at House of Blues
For a price, Cradle of Filth will scare the living crap out of you.

Tuesday (3.5)
Efterklang at Dan's Silverleaf
Fun fact: The band's name comes from the Danish word for “reverberation.”

Tuesday Night Trash at Texas Theatre
Featuring Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie, no joke.

Wednesday (3.6)
Volbeat at Palladium Ballroom
The strength! The sound! The songs!

Thursday (3.7)
Eels at Granada Theater
Mr E. sings his beautiful blues.

Night One of 35 Denton
And so it begins.

Texas Storytelling Festival at Denton Civic Center
Now in its 28th year.

Lavell Crawford at Arlington Improv
You may recognize as Saul Goodman's bodyguard, Huell.

Friday (3.8)
Booty Fade at It'll Do
The duo makes their live debut at last.

Harland Williams at House of Blues
Fun fact: Comedian Williams is cousin to Barenaked Ladies keyboardist Kevin Hearn.

Night Two of 35 Denton
Featuring headliners Roky Erickson and Sleep.

Saturday (3.9)
Devin the Dude at Granada Theater
Those afraid of a little contact high need not attend.

Bone Thugs N Harmony at House of Blues
They still miss their Uncle Charles, y'all.

Night Three of 35 Denton
Killer Mike and Solange cap off Saturday's main stage performances.

Vaden Todd Lewis at Kessler Theater
A rare solo acoustic appearance from the Toadies frontman.

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