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In case of emergency – and we’re talking a very specific type of emergency, where you’re hungry and for some reason the only food around is in cans and the only tools available are spoons – you can open a can of food with a spoon.
In case of a very different type of emergency – and we’re talking the kind that’s not really an emergency at all, and you’re just looking for something to do tonight in Dallas, and you happen to have a computer or phone with access to the internet available – you can find something fun to do simply by continuing to read the post below. — Cory Graves

PWR BTTM at Dada
Maybe, just maybe, PWR BTTM’s exploration of queerness, gender and identity through punk music is what audiences need during such a turbulent time in U.S. history. Bellowsand Lisa Prank open. — Obed Manuel

Grouplove at House of Blues
The New York indie pop quintet brings its positive vibes and well-honed dance party to Dallas following the September release of its latest studio album, Big Mess. — OM

Steve Wilson at Majestic Theatre
At just 46-years-old, Porcupine Tree founder Steven Wilson is already known as the King of Prog Rock in some circles, many of them British. — CG

Hopped Up Cinema: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson)
This month, they’ve teamed up with Bishop Cider Co., who has tailored a flight of locally-brewed ciders to pair perfectly with a screening of this Wyld Stallyns biopic. — CG

Great Good Fine OK at Lola’s Saloon
The New York-based synth-pop duo specializes in remixes and co-writing tracks for bigger stars like The Chainsmokers, but it has its own originals, too. Most recently, the group released “Get Away” on Soundcloud. Take a listen here. — OM

Battle of the Brews at Four Bullets Brewery
At the Richardson brewery, four assistant brewers will faceoff with small batches of their own recipe. And you get to choose which one will get to have a larger batch of their creation brewed on Four Bullet’s brewing system. — CG

Adult Books at Crown and Harp
Burger Records’ ’70s-inspired Cali punks Adult Books headline this rowdy Tuesday bill. Sealion and Teenage Sexx open. — CG

Pantsuit Rally at Belo Garden Park
Like yesterday and a couple times last week, Dallasites are getting together to peacefully protest the next four years of U.S. leadership. Men and women both welcome. Pantsuits encouraged but not required. And everything’s going to be OK. — <em>CG</em>

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