Make Some Bad Decisions with Hayes Carll at the Kessler.
Are you as pumped as we are about the news that The Walking Dead cast will be making an appearance at theTexas Frightmare Weekend next month? You totally should be.
Unfortunately, that event is a ways down the road. So buck up and check out what else the region has to offer you tonight. It's a scattered list, but a strong one. Especially out in Addison, oddly enough.
Dallas International Film Festival's Opening Night at LOOK Cinemas in Addison
The Fourth Annual Dallas International Film Festival kicks off tonight with a red carpet event at the newly opened LOOK Cinemas with several special guests slated to attend. This year, the festival turns its attention to all things Italian, so expect with special films, panels and special events along these lines to be held over the course of its 10-day run.
Carlos Mencia at Addison Improv
The insult-slinging, alleged joke-stealing, Mexican-American comedian kicks off his four-night special engagement at the Addison Improv tonight.
Siberian Traps at Cowtown Bar and Grill
Spend the evening out in Fort Worth with some western-inspired funk rock? Patriot and Taylor Craig Mills will join the psych-cowboys on tonightâ€™s bill.
Stat Dad, Code Talkers, The Re-mos and Hard Drinking Housewives at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
This lineup promises some good old-fashioned punk with a sprinkle of some slicker vibes.
Walking Tour at Thanksgiving Square
Make the most of your lunch hour by spending it on a walking tour appreciating the rich architecture of Thanksgiving Square. Then indulge in some of the best that local food trucks have to offer before heading back to the reality that is your day job.
Spoonfed Tribe and Sol Tax at Danâ€™s Silverleaf
Coming off a successful Kickstarter campaign that helped fund their latest album, Spoonfed Tribe will be making a stop in Denton as part of their mini-tour before releasing said as-yet-untitled (and unreleased) album.
Hayes Carll at the Kessler
The Texas-bred, self-proclaimed “degenerate love songwriter” stops through town for a two-night engagement at The Kessler, starting tonight, with support from The Warren Hood Band.
Nick Moss at Live Oak Music Hall
The Nick Moss Band Tour stops by The Fort tonight to bring their unique brand of explosive blues and rhythm guitar. Wear a helmet so your mind doesn't get completely blown.