Get The Jump On Your 3/25 – 3/31 Plans.

Several week-long events should keep Dallas folk busy over the next several days: It's not only fashion week over at SMU, it's also Dallas Comedy Festival week over at the Dallas Comedy House and Savor Dallas, one of the city's most anticipated foodie events.

Other than that, music continues to take a back seat to strong food, art and fashion events as we suffer a bit of a SXSW hangover. That's not to say there's nothing worthwhile going on musically, however, as we are curious, in particular, to see how a band with the size and popularity of the Polyphonic Spree is able to manage a performance at the small-ish Dan's Silverleaf in Denton.

Sunday (3.25)
Dowdy Studio Wagon at Good 2 Go Taco
What a reversal of roles! An art truck parked in front of a food shop! Grab a mobile art tee and one of our favorite meatloaf/mashed potatoes/sriracha tacos.

Monday (3.26)
Fashion Week at SMU
This Monday kicks off fashion week at SMU. For a schedule of events, check here.

Todd Rundgren at House of Blues
Go see where Neon Indian gets his inspiration — or at least his samples.

Tuesday (3.27)
Polyphonic Spree at Dan's Silverleaf
How the hell are they going to fit all those people on that stage?

An Evening with Tito Beveridge at House of Blues
Meet the man who makes the best vodka in Texas.

Wednesday (3.28)
Beer and scotch dinner at The Libertine
We love scotch. Scotchy scotch scotch.

Thursday (3.29)
What to Wear at Mockingbird Station
Are jorts not appropriate for every springtime situation? Guess we'll find out…

Friday (3.30)
Savor Dallas in the Arts District
Two days of gastronomical bliss kicks off tonight with an arts stroll at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Carrie Rodriguez at Kessler Theater
The Kessler is the perfect room to take in Rodriguez's angelic fiddling.

Saturday (3.31)
Savor Dallas in the Arts District
For a full listing of all the foodie, boozie decadence check here.

Kevin James at Majestic Theatre
Hopefully, we're talking more King of Queens and less Zookeeper.

Deep Ellum's Big Folkin' Festival at Prophet Bar
A whopping 31 bands perform on the Prophet Bar's three stages throughout the day. Yes, it's a lineup so big they had to use the word “Folkin'” as an adjective.

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