Take A Bitter Pill.
After years and years Campbell's is changing its famous soup recipe. It's changing things up a bit, going from 30 abouts until 20.
After so many years, it's cool that one thing remains a constant — that there's so many things to do during a weeknight — though. Some things, of course, never change. — Cory Graves
Gavin James at Dada
After opening for Ed Sheeran at Dublin's Croke Park Stadium this summer, followed by a North American swing with Sam Smith, Irish singer-songwriter Gavin James headlines a U.S. tour of his own, albeit one on a markedly smaller scale. Take advantage now before he's playing stadiums like his old tour mates. Marc Scibilia opens. — CG
Jus Reign at The University of Texas at Dallas' Clark Center
YouTube/Vine star Jasmeet Singh, better known by his screenname Jus Reign hits UTD to tell some jokes and maybe sing some silly songs, too. Unlike some events at the school, tickets are open to the general public as well. — CG
Fourth Anniversary Extravaganza at Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Deep Ellum Brewing Co. is turning four years old!. Congrats to them. Now, we train our eye on doing some celebrating. There's gonna be free beer of course, as well as some live music from The Vandoliers and The Warden, the latter of which is celebrating the release of its debut record. The best part, after this being a celebration and having music and beer is that it's free. Yeah, free, just RSVP. — H. Drew Blackburn
Babes at The Prophet Bar
Los Angeles indie pop outfit Babes consists of siblings Aaron, Zach and Sarah Rayne Leigh and their cousins Jeffrey Baird and Bryan Harris. After first getting together last year, the band released its debut via Barsuk two weeks ago. It's a fun one to be sure. Fun fact: Sarah was the voice of Sid's younger sister in Toy Story. — CG
Falling in Reverse at House of Blues
Less than a year after being released from prison a few years back, Escape the Fate frontman Ronnie Radke released the debut album with his new post-hardcore outfit Falling in Reverse (formerly From Behind These Walls). The band sophomore effort, 2013's Fashionably Late was a bit of a clunker, incorporating country, rap, auto-tuned pop, dubstep, and chiptune into the band's repertoire. Fortunately, critics agree its latest effort, this year's Just Like You is not only a bounce back record, but its best to date. Attila, Metro Station and Assuming We Survive open. — CG
Planes, Trains and Automobiles at Alamo Drafthouse
John Hughes was more than just a one-trick pony. Aside from mastering the teen comedy genre, he also flexed his odd couple road trip muscle in this 1987 classic. Here you've got Steve Martin in his prime, just trying to get home to spend Thanksgiving with his family, only to be pestered for three straight days by a hyper-annoying shower curtain ring salesman played by John Candy. — CG
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