Embrace Your Inner Cult Member With The Polyphonic Spree.

No shortage ofquality homegrown entertainment offerings around town tonight — most notably The Polyphonic Spree playing a homecoming show for their first tour in four years at the most intimate venue they'll have played in since their 2004 Curtain Club show.

The Polyphonic Spree at Sons of Hermann Hall
The best answer we've ever heard to the question “Why should I come see your band?” has to be from Spree frontman Tim DeLaughter who answered, “My first-ever show was Willie Nelson with Jerry Jeff Walker in Dallas at the Sportatorium. I found $5 at the snack bar on the floor. I was eight years old. That was a lot of money back then. I'm a huge Willie fan to this day… Please come to our show, and I'll throw $20 on the floor in front of the bar for some lucky kid to find. Then you'll have a story to tell like me 38 years later.”

Boombox and Ishi at Trees
Alabama-based electronic duo Boombox adds a level of visual interest to their live performances beyond just the standard pretty lights that most acts of their employ. This band's members are actually quite capable multi-instrumentalists — they actually play their instruments live on stage. Shocking, we know.

John Leguizamo at Majestic Theatre Dallas
Earlier this week, Leguizamo gave us the low-down on his latest autobiographical, one-man show. “Ghetto Klown” which begins its three-night run in Dallas tonight.

Zombi Race
The Zombi Raci is part scavenger hunt, part city-wide game of tag against a team of zombies in post-apocalyptic Dallas. Teams of two or more race across the city gathering clues and finding locations where they must complete physical and mental challenges — all while avoiding infection by a hoard of zombies in order to reach the survivors party. The race begins and ends at The Church (2424 Swiss Ave. Dallas, TX 75204).

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