Jam Out At The Juke Joint Series At Three Links, Be Dazzled By The Amazing Acro-Cats At The Texas Theatre And Slow Down With Dave East At Trees.
Bars can be super fun. But they can also be super douchey.
And that’s why for the first time in four years, we’ve updated our list of the douchiest bars in and around Dallas. You can read that full list here. According to our stats, our readers had been anxiously awaiting the updated version.
A few of the expected names like Clutch and Stirr made the list this time around. And newcomer Bottled Blonde, a joint that caught flack for its vague dress code earlier this year, had to be included, per the writer. So head on over and read the full list.
And before or after you head out to one of the following events, you could even stop by one of these watering holes to experience the douchebaggery. Or not. Whatever. We’re not your parents.
Juke Joint Series at Three Links
At this free show, Addison Jordan, Beaux Dove and Maleke O’Ney will take the stage to get things poppin’ and rockin’. Show starts at 9 p.m.
The Amazing Acro-Cats Dazzle Dallas! at Texas Theatre
Some of the furriest fun to be had. This show will feature Tuna and The “Rock Cats,” a band of trained cats that put on quite the spectacle. Rest assured. The members of this feline troupe are all rescues and the show itself promotes fostering and adoption of all the baby kitties who need forever homes.
Trillwave at Beauty Bar
Trillwave Dallas’ lineup tonight will feature Trailer Swift, Chrs Roze, DJ Genova and Rebel to give you plenty of trill jams to vibe with at Beauty Bar.
Barf Wave Plays The Hits at The Nines
The folks from the local record label will manage the decks at The Nines tonight, playing all their favorite cassette tapes and records. Local garage punk outfit The Delzellz will also perform. Oh, and don’t forget to take advantage of those Whiskey Wednesday specials.
Never Friends, Post Nothing, Crushed?!, Better Now at Main at South Side
This all-local showcase will have rock ranging from hardcore, alternative, punk and even some emo in the mix. You’ll be able to enjoy a solid chunk of the rock and roll spectrum while supporting local talent. Rock on, Funkytown.
Dave East at Trees
The East Harlem rapper stops in town fresh off the the release of the “Wrote My Way Out” video, his collaborative recording with Nas, Aloe Blacc and Broadway’s It-Player Lin-Manuel Miranda. He’s also fresh off the release of his third album in six months, Paranoia 2. So yeah, he’s been busy and has plenty of material to perform tonight at Trees.
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our event directory.
Cover image via Dave East Facebook Page.