Work the Crowd.
Today, two very different holidays — 4/20 and Easter — make a rare convergence.
Celebrate as you see fit, but just don't take Weedster for granted. For a good majority of us, it'll be the second-to-last one we'll ever live through. The next two times the holidays will land on the same day will be in the years 2025 and 2087.
So perhaps we should extend the festivities through the rest of the week. Why not? There are certainly plenty of places where you'll find merriment this week as is.
Record Swap at Crown and Harp
Freaks & Fetish: Suscon Closing Party
Hang in there.
Dazed and Confused Quote-a-Long at Alamo Drafthouse
Alright, alright, alright.
Augustana at Trees
Damien Jurado at Dan's Silverleaf
Return to Maraqopa.
'50s Night at Hailey's
Let's twist again.
Odonis Odonis at Dada
Are we friends?
Trails and Ales at Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
Explore the wilderness that lays under the bridge.
Mogwai at Granada
There's no medicine for regret.
Laura Mvula at Cambridge Room
Sing to the moon.
Lana Del Rey at Verizon Theatre
Do you think we'll be in love forever?
Phantogram at South Side Music Hall
Fall in love.
HAIM at House of Blues
Don't save me.
S.E. Hinton at Horchow Auditorium
She wrote The Outsiders.
Future Islands at Three Links
No band's an island.
Jub Jam at Kessler Theater
A night of Americana curated by The Ticket's George Dunham.
James Murphy at It'll Do
This is happening. Again.
BYOB Art History at Kettle Art
Art comes to life.
Barefoot at the Belmont
Kick off the new season with Jamestown Revival.
semigloss.magazine Issue 5 Release Party at Texas Theatre
Gloss it up.
Dustin Diamond at Hyena's
Todd Barry at Sons of Hermann Hall
Do the doggy bounce.
Labretta Suede at Three Links
She's a mean-mouthed mama.
Silver Palms at City Tavern
Warpaint at Trees
Keep it healthy.
Recess at WAAS Gallery
Marchfourth Marching Band at The Prophet Bar
Dog Fit Dallas at Klyde Warren Park
Teach your old dogs some new tricks.