Kristin Chenowith Will Bewitch You Tonight at the Winspear Opera House.
I hate to say what season it “officially” is, but I'm willing to guess that it's sunburn season. So put on that sunblock, Dallas. Melanoma is an awful look on you. But you know what's not awful? Blonde mystical-fairy-cute-person Kristin Chenowith, who seems like that cool young aunt you always wanted. She'll be at the Winspear Opera House, busting her musical chops.
Greenling Launch Party at Belmont Hotel
The Internet is a weird place. I can Google “dragonfly sex” and get over five million results (not that I've done this before). But organic grocery company Greenling has embraced the weirdness that is the Internet Tubes and launched a company that sells groceries online, with their newest branch opening in the Dallas Area of the Interwebs. Tonight, we party in celebration! Come dressed as a piece of organic fruit if you want to be extra fancy.
Dear Clark Art Show
Take heed, macaroni artists! Urban art will rise again! Tonight, catch the Dear Clark Art Show, an event that promises the best in urban art, jewelry and live art performances. As a bonus, the entire evening serves as a benefit for the Resource Center Dallas! Get to it, do-gooders.
Kristin Chenowith at Winspear Opera House
You're probably still crying that GCB got cancelled, so console yourself tonight with the perpetually adorable Kristin Chenowith at the Winspear Opera House. If you were one of the many, many people who decided that GCB was too… um… awful to watch, then you might know Chenowith from the extremely popular musical Wicked or her guest role on Glee. Musical theater kids, the time is nigh!
Bad Romance at the House of Blues
Hitching themselves to the coattails of the self-processed “freak” and advertiser's wet dream, Lady Gaga, Bad Romance promises the full Lady Gaga experience. Bring out the stiletto heels and silver Martian-wear for the evening. You're going to need it.
Buzz Bissinger book signing at Barnes and Noble
The author of the Texas football classic Friday Night Lights will be signing for his most recent work, a nonfiction work called Father's Day about a road trip he had taken with his son. Could be fun. Know what else is fun? Try saying “Buzz Bissinger book Signing” 10 times fast.
Dallas String Quartet at AT&T Performing Arts Center
Patio Sessions strike again! This time it's with the Dallas String Quartet, the stringiest group of four musicians that Dallas has ever known.