Come On Down.
If you're hanging with a group of friends this evening and someone decides it best to pass around a dead pig's head for everyone to take turns stuffing their naughty bits into, well, maybe don't buy their explanation that it's some sort of initiation ritual that'll bring you all closer together.
At best you've got a really great story about that one time you got drunk and fucked a pig, that'll you'll probably be too embarrassed to tell anyone anyway. At worst, though, that shit will really come back to haunt you in a major way at some critical juncture down the road.
In summary, stuffing your junk inside an animal carcass tonight is a bad idea. Opting for something on this list of safer alternatives couldn't be more highly advised. — Cory Graves
The Price is Right at Verizon Theatre
Come on down! Your favorite TV show to watch when you stayed home from school sick is coming to town. That's right, I'm talking about The Price Is Right, y'all! Bob Barker might not be there anymore, but it still brings back all the nostalgic feels. Today you can catch it live at the Verizon Theatre and maybe score a chance to spin that big wheel. No stuffy noses or fevers required. — Diamond Victoria
The Maine at House of Blues (Free)
After touring with the likes of Good Charlotte and showing up on pop punk fests like Warped Tour and South By So What, The Maine has somewhat moved past its pop-punk leanings in favor of a more rock-influenced, dynamic sound pop sound. Check out the constantly evolving outfit at this 100 percent free show as part of the band's current “Free For All” tour. — Stephen Young
Garth Brooks at American Airlines Center (Sold Out)
Seven sold-out arena shows in six nights? Good ride cowboy, good ride. — CG
Krisiun at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
Brazilian death metal band Krisiun has been a staple on Century Media Records for a decade-and-a-half, releasing its eighth LP for the label last month. Joining the band on its “Devastation of the Nation” tour is Aeon, Alterbeast, Soreption, Ingested and Dead Rising. — CG
Lost in Translation at Alamo Drafthouse
In the early aughts, Godfather triology ruiner Sofia Coppola totally redeemed herself with this little “Valentine” to Tokyo that also earned her the “Best Screenplay” Oscar in 2003. — CG
Lil Durk at Trees
For someone whose rap career has only spanned the course of a few years and who has been in and out of jail for the majority of it, Lil Durk isn't doing too bad for himself. The 22-year-old is signed to French Montana's Coke Boys label, has beaten a few legal cases and headlines a big Dallas club for at least the second time in recent years. If that doesn't scream street cred, we don't know what does. — Porttia Portis
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