Tonight Is Anything But Tame.
Feeling that Wednesday slump? Suffering from an icky, distinct feeling in the pit of your stomach that won't go away?
Yeah, we know that feeling very well.
Fortunately, you can just kick your feet up and relax, knowing well that you're in good hands. Yep, we've gone ahead and made all your Wednesday plans for you. And, once again, there's plenty to do.
Tame Impala at the Granada Theater
The psych-rockers from down under recently kicked off their lengthy international tour in support of their highly acclaimed sophomore album, Lonerism. Hope you got your tickets already, though. This sucker's sold out.
The MAC PAC Anniversary Party
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary's Professionals and Artists Collective is celebrating its first anniversary tonight with free drinks, live music and tons of art. During the course of tonight's affair, the MAC PAC will be raffling off a bunch of sweet stuff — like tickets to see Twin Shadow or the Postal Service and the chance to view exclusive exhibits at the Dallas Museum of Art.
The Virgin Wolves, Lord North and Scott Tucker (of The Orange) at Wit's End
Three of Dallas' most rocking-est bands will gather at Wit's End tonight in the name of charity. Proceeds from tonight's show will go toward helping local bartender Chris Breland pay his medical bills after he was recently shot in the ankle. Ouch.
Staged Reading of The Kingâ€™s Face by Steven Young at Stage West Theater
Playwright and director,Steven Young will haunt Fort Worth with tales of the fictional would-be prince of England during the 15th Century. This gruesome historical play gets serious when Harry takes an arrow to the face, leaving him deformed and presumed dead, until a surgeon is tasked with restoring his appearance.
The Generators, Dog Company and Ten Can Riot at Double Wide
Strap on your Doc Martens and grab your bandana to properly prepare for some face-melting punk rock at the Double Wide tongiht.
Foreign Mothers, The Atomic Tanlines, Deep Throat and Endless Thoughts at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios
Looking to catch a gritty, dirty and/or gnarly band tonight? RGRS has you covered. Get ready for some stage-diving and plenty of in-your-face rock.
Open Mic Night at 1919 Hemphill
The folks over at 1919 are kicking off their bi-weekly open mic nights with free coffee and tea this evening. While tonightâ€™s festivities are free, the non-profit venue strongly encourages donations.