Live To The Fullest With CupcakKe At RBC, Catch The Rat Pack At The Statler And Find Big Trouble In Little China At Alamo Drafthouse.
So St. Vincent pretty much killed it at The Bomb Factory this past weekend.
Annie Clark is currently by far Dallas’ brightest shining talent and is showing no signs of slowing down. But on Saturday night, even though she now lives a New York rock star lifestyle, Clark took a moment to pay homage to Dallas by recalling her time growing up here.
The rest of her set was flawless and a testament to how well the Dallas-raised Clark has been able to navigate the worlds of music, art and fashion without missing a beat or losing the ability to craft songs that keeps her fans and audience happy.
We’ll obviously let you know the next time St. Vincent is going to be back in Dallas. Until then, there’s plenty of other awesome talents rolling through town and plenty of events to check out, as you can see from the list below.
Group Vocal Day with Teenage Sexx at State Fair Records
The local punk rock crew is looking for people to provide some backup vocals as it prepares to record some new tracks. Of course, space is limited, so be sure to check if there’s still room available.
Big Trouble In Little China at Alamo Drafthouse Cedars
This 1986 classic stars Kurt Russell as Jack Burton, a truck driver who manages to get himself caught in a magical Chinatown feud. Burton must help rescue a young woman before she is sacrificed by a sorcerer seeking to regain corporeal form.
Karaoke at The Nines
Try your pipes out at this evening of karaoke hosted by Raye Raye. From 7-10 p.m., you can sip on $3 wells and domestics. And all night long, you can take on $5 shots of Avion Tequila. Even if you’re not in the mood for singing, after a few of those shots, you might be.
The Bounce with The John Stewart at Independent Bar & Kitchen
The local DJ will be playing everything from house to disco and funk to get everybody at IBK dancing and moving. No cover.
Big Movie: Gigi at Magnolia Theatre
The Magnolia will host two back-to-back screenings of this 1958 film about a Parisian man who must decide between one love or the affections of many women.
The Statler Grand Opening Week
Day two of The Statler’s grand opening week celebration will be ’60s-themed and will feature a performance from a Rat Pack tribute straight out of Las Vegas as well as a live orchestra. Prep your best Man Men look and head out.
CupcakKe at RBC
The Chicago rapper is best known for her overtly sexual but empowering tracks. Since bursting onto the scene, CupcakKe’s music has garnered attention because of its risqué lyrics, but in her newest album, Ephorize, the artist explores themes of self-esteem, LGBT causes and the search for true love. See what CupcakKe is all about when the music starts at 7 p.m.
Central Business District Meeting at Central Dallas Library
Every fourth Tuesday, Dallas city council member Adam Medrano invites the public to get a feel for the state of safety and crime is downtown. Meetings starts at 6:30 p.m.
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our event directory.