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Jam With Prince’s Backing Band, Rock Out To Your Favorite 2011 Song, Take In A Free Local Show Or Hobnob With A Famous Dentonite On This Stacked Wednesday.

If you feel like your job couldn’t get any more repetitive and mindless, take a peek at this “like”-farm that got busted in Thailand.

Imagine what that gig must be like. Spending hour after hour clicking “like” on hundreds of pages and products on hundreds of different cell phones? Suddenly, filling in those giant spreadsheets your boss throws your way doesn’t seem so bad, does it?

If your job is still more tedious than that, then may we suggest breaking up the monotony of your week by hitting up one of these events?

The Revolution at House of Blues
It’s been more than a year since Prince passed away, but his old backing band The Revolution lives on. Reuniting after his death, the group is currently touring to celebrate Prince’s life and revolutionary music.

The Joy Formidable at Club Dada
The Welsh alt-rockers behind one of 2011’s catchiest alternative radio hits visits Dallas on their current U.S. tour. Cusses and the underrated Radkey open.

Wednesday Night Jam Session at The Prophet Bar
R&B, hip-hop and funk collide when RC & The Gritz take the stand for their weekly jam session.

Writer’s Bloc at Deep Vellum Books
Tinkering on a poem, short story or book and need another set of eyes? Share and receive some constructive criticism at this ongoing writing group.

The Regrettes at Three Links
This poppy riot grrl throwback from Los Angeles promotes their first studio album, Feel Your Feelings Fool!, at this Dallas gig.

The Witches of Eastwick at Alamo Drafthouse Richardson
Check out a repertory showing of this classic comedy about womanhood, sisterhood and the devil.

Escape from New York at Alamo Drafthouse Cedars
This quintessentially weird ’80s dystopian action flick returns to the big screen in another Alamo repertory joint.

Red Bull Media House presents Blood Road at the Texas Theatre
Blood Road follows endurance mountain biker Rebeca Rusch as she journeys more than 1,000 miles along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in search of the crash site where her father’s plane was downed during the Vietnam War. Sounds fun!

Party Static at the Independent Bar & Kitchen
Dallas art-punks Party Static team up with SuperMook and Loafers at this free show.

Jason Lee’s A Plain View Artist Talk at Artspace 111 
Denton’s most famous resident introduces his photo series and upcoming book inspired by Texas’ small towns at this Fort Worth gallery.

Cover photo of The Regrettes by Lindsey Byrnes. For more events happening around town tonight or in the future, check out our Event Directory.

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