Drop Your Bean.
The U.K. is currently debating a new law that would allow teens to go back and permanently scrub the web of all embarrassing content that they posted before their 18th birthdays. We're not sure by what sorcery they've figured out how to un-Internet things that have been Internetted — but, man how rad would it be to get that kind of do-over?
For the rest of us, such second chances aren't currently an option. Instead, we've got to make our days count, living them out as error-free as possible.
That in mind, you might want to think long and hard about what you're going to do this evening.
Here, this should help. — Cory Graves
Phish at Verizon Theatre
Known for multi-hour, intensely improvisational performances, Burlington, Vermont's Phish is riding high on a newly-released eight-CD edition of two live performances from July of 1997. It's a lot to plow through, for sure, but the jam band's fans have proven themselves extremely loyal over the years. Just don't wait too late to drop your bean. — Evan Henry
Vegan Beer Dinner at The Libertine
Straight up, $65 gets you six completely vegan courses paired with six vegan beers and liquors. Reservations — which are required — can be made in person, or by calling 214-824-7900. — CG
Back to the Future Feast at Alamo Drafthouse
Can you believe it's been 30 years since we first saw a future with Hoverboards and flying cars whizzing by Marty McFly in the iconic Back to the Future? Wow. Well, Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a 30th anniversary feast tonight with the film on the big screen and a three-course dinner. Starting with Quiche Loraine followed by a “Nobody Calls Me Chicken” Biscuit with Marty McFries and concluded with George McFly's Peanut Brittle Ice Cream. All the yes. — Diamond Victoria
Dumb and Dumber at Sundown (Free)
Even if Dumb and Dumber To was pretty fucking disappointing (which it definitely was), don't let it ruin the original. Dumb and Dumber is and forever will be, a classic. In any case, that gem is probably one of the most quotable films of the '90s. Tonight you can say 'em right along with Harry and Lloyd at the Sundown at Granada with some half-priced whisky in your hand. — DV
Coal Chamber at Gas Monkey Live
Earlier this year, '90s nu metal outfit Coal Chamber released its first studio LP since 2002. Not much has changed for the heavy outfit during that span, though, and you'd be hard-pressed to tell the band's new material apart from the old. We reckon there's plenty of folks that'd argue that's a good thing. Fear Factory, Jasta, Saint Ridley and Madlife open. — CG
Super Awesome Badass Comic Book Trivia Night at The LABB
If the fact that Wayne Enterprises, which is controlled by Batman's alter ego, Bruce Wayne, owns The Daily Planet, the newspaper that Superman's alter ego, Clark Kent, works for isn't news to you, then you'll probably do just fine at The LABB's comic book trivia night tonight. — DV
What Moon Things at The Lion's Den
“Searing and exploding with energy and feeling,” New York glam-gaze trio What Moon Things' self-titled album has a way of getting to you, much like that starving cat lurking in your neighborhood that you can't help but fall in love with. With them, locals Highlighter, blandandblake and Golden Triangle share the dirty Denton basement where “someone once died” so many years ago. Bring donations. — EH
Over the Top at Alamo Drafthouse
Who doesn't love a good Stallone movie? Especially one where his heart is as big as his biceps and he somehow makes the sport of arm wrestling seem as badass as Rambo 1987's Over The Top is revisiting the big screen tonight at Alamo Drafthouse as part of their Soundtrack Series. — DV
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