The Lights At Night Are Big And Bright.

In the past few weeks, hundreds of thousands of folks have shared illustrator Dudolf's drawings online. His most popular piece to date asks users to find a panda bear hidden among a sea of snowmen. Judging from the Facebook comments on these posts, that proposition has kept some people busy for quite a while.

If, like us, you've got a much sharper eye, it'll take more than a glorified Where's Waldo drawing to keep you busy for much of the week. And unlike those drawings, you won't have to look too hard to find things to do, as we've gone ahead and mapped out your options plain as day.

Monday (12.28)
Black Label Society at Gas Monkey Live
Fire it up.

Doctor Who Christmas Special at Cinemark West Plano
The husbands of River Song.

Tuesday (12.29)
Hayes Carll at Kessler Theater
Stomp and holler.

Last '90s Night at Hailey's Club
Don't go chasing waterfalls.

Wednesday (12.30)
Big Freedia at Trees
More bounce to the ounce.

Toadies at Billy Bob's
With Goodnight Ned.

Brutal Juice at Three Links
With Thelma & the Sleaze!

Seryn at Kessler Theater
With Azalea Project.

Thursday (12.31)
This Will Destroy You at Dada
With The Nighty Night.

Lights All Night at Dallas Market Hall
With Hardwell, Porter Robinson, Baauer, Galantis and more.

Kevin Farley at Hyena's Dallas
“The Older Brother.”

NYExcess 2016 at Texas Theatre
An '80s New Year's party.

Friday (1.1)
Kiki's Delivery Service at Inwood Theatre
I was feeling blue, but I'm better now.

Lights All Night at Dallas Market Hall
With Kaskade, Flosstradamus, Big Gigantic and more.

Pinebox Serenade at Dan's Silverleaf
Celebrating the release of its new EP.

Saturday (1.2)
Cirque de la Symphonie at Meyerson Symphony Center
The magic of cirque at the music hall.

Chronica at Dada
It ain't easy being green.

Year of the Camel at Three Links
With Party Static, Moon Waves, Daniel Markham.

Spiderweb Salon Winter Formal at Dan's Silverleaf
Ring in the New Year with art, music, poetry, performance and libations.

Sunday (1.3)
Taste of Bishop Arts Walking Food and Historical Tour
Feed your head.

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School at Three Links
With Minxie Mimieux, “The Texan Tigress of Tease.”

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