Welcome Home The Reverend Horton Heat.
It looks like tomorrow's the big day.
Sorry if you're dreading having to spend the whole day with relatives (including creepy uncle Mitch). Just remember: Black Friday's Eve only comes once a year.
And, hey, your turkey-induced coma should help you nap off the better part of the day anyway.
Alas, we're getting a bit ahead of ourselves. There are still several good places to hide away tonight. So enjoy your last night of freedom — or just drink until you forget about tomorrow.
Either way, there's no excuse not to have a good time in the process.
Reverend Horton Heat at Trees
The Rev ain't no stranger to Thanksgiving shindigs. This is, after all, the same band that wrote a song called “Turkey Gotta Gobble” for a Boston Market ad campaign back in 2005. You can't beat their bass-spinning ways, rocket guitar solos or, if that song is to be believed, their honey glaze. The band will further kickstart your appetite for tomorrow's all-day food marathon with a chorus of their song “Eat Steak,” too. It is, of course, a Grade-A meal (provided you're in the mood).
Falling in Reverse at House of Blues
Less than a year after being released from prison, former Escape the Fate frontman Ronnie Radke released the debut album with his new post-hardcore outfit Falling in Reverse (formerly From Behind These Walls). They're still touring in support of their popular The Drug In Me Is You disc a year later.
BINGO at Single Wide
Charlie don't park, but every Wednesday night at Single Wide, Charlie D. Park calls a pretty mean game of Bingo! You won't necessarily break the bank, but they do tend to offer up some pretty nice prizes nonetheless.
Wednesday Jam Session at Prophet Bar
The best weekly in town celebrates its sixth birthday tonight, and sitting in with Grammy-nominated producer R.C. Williams and the normal gang this week is special guest vocalist Raheem DeVaughn.
DJ DainjaZone at Zouk
OMG did u guys hear that LMFAO DJ DainjaZone is spinning @ Zouk 2nite? The Thanksgiving hangover will be well worth it because, from what we hear, everybody has a good time on nights when party rock is indeed in the house.