Be A Jukebox Hero.

Earlier this week, a couple of Redditors devised an elaborate scheme to save themselves $12 by disguising themselves as one obese man and sneaking into a screening of The Avengers. Sure, that's something that might have happened.

Pulling it off in real life might be worth your time if you and a pal both find yourself strapped for cash tonight while suffering a healthy dose of FOMO. And rightly so, there's certainly a lot going on tonight that you won't want to be missing out on. Fortunately, a few of them are also free. — Cory Graves

Jukebox the Ghost at Dada
Jukebox the Ghost is a Washington, D.C. power-pop band that plays dense piano ballad pieces that are pretty much designed to be danced to and played loud on the stereo. At the same time, the band manages to find a good balance between radio-friendly pop and complex composition. The Family Crest opens. — Paul Wedding

Bar Politics: Immigration Edition at Absinthe Lounge
Drunkenly arguing over immigration in Texas: What could possibly go wrong? The Absinthe Lounge is hosting the debate with a panel of first generation immigrants to discuss all possible facets of the immigration debate including Ted Cruz's possibly illegal presidential bid, Donald Trump and Ethan Couch. So make sure to grab a drink and partake in some reasonable discussions and possibly hear some racist shit. — PW

Acro-Cats at Texas Theatre
Your cat is cool, but these cats are way cooler. Like if Knight Rider and CHiPs were on American Gladiator cool. Samantha Martin and her Amazing Acro-Cats have been tightrope walking, skateboarding, balancing on balls and rocking out in their band, The Rock Cats, for over 10 years. Cat lovers will swoon and cat haters will rethink all of their assumptions of what a cat can do (or will do). — Roberto Aguilar

Hinder at Rockin' Rodeo
Coming to you from the year 2002 is Hinder, a southern alt-rock band that combines the vocal style of Scott Stapp and Chad Kroeger with the generic sound of any alt-rock band from the early aughts. — PW

Madeon at House of Blues
Twenty-one-year-old Hugo Pierre Leclercq, better known as Madeon, is making his way from France to Dallas. He's an EDM DJ, kinda. He doesn't really stick to one genre like house or techno. He does however have a knack for creating danceable songs with a pop culture flair. In fact, his live mashup of 39 songs,”Pop Culture,” has over 33 million hits on YouTube. Skylar Spence opens. — RA

Jess Glynn at Trees (Sold Out)
Jesse Glynne is an English singer-songwriter you probably know from “Rather Be” by Clean Bandits. She's got an impressive vocal range similar to singers like Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige and has already had a great deal of success with five No. 1 singles in the U.K. Conrad Sewell opens. — PW

Deep Ellum Mardi Crawl
Instead of celebrating Mardi Gras by getting hammered at just one bar or one party? Why wait for the actual Fat Tuesday to roll around next week, even? Come to the best neighborhood in Dallas and have a great time at all the various bars Deep Ellum has to offer. There's going to be specials at the bars all night long, get down there and let the good times roll. — PW

Mean Girls Trivia Night at The LABB
It's Wednesday, so you better be wearing pink. One of Denton's most popular sports bars is having a trivia night for one of the most popular chick flicks out there. It seems like kind of a contrast, right? Anyway, they're giving away prizes for first, second, and third place. So check it out if you know a lot about Mean Girls. It's gonna be fetch. —PW

Chrome Sparks at Three Links
Chrome Sparks is the music project from percussionist/music producer Jeremy Malvin. He was a music student at the University of Michigan, which becomes evident very quickly because the music is very intricately composed, often becoming gradually more and more complex as the song continues. Malvin is not one to do live performances often, so this is a treat to be able to see him play his music live. — PW

Best in Show at Sundown (Free)
Dog shows are fucking weird, and no film does a better job of showing off just how weird they are than the mockumentary Best In Show From the writers behind the comedy classic This Is Spinal Tap, the film centers around various competitors training and competing in the Mayflower Dog Show. This film does what Spinal Tap did just as well, by showing the audience a high level of absurdity blended in with some genuine authenticity as to what dog shows are really like. It screens tonight as part of Sundown's whiskey Wednesdays special. — PW

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