Get The Jump On Your 7/8 – 7/14 Plans.
Why do mid-week Independence Day holidays seem to take so much more time to recover from from than weekend ones do? No matter the reason, hopefully you're fully recouperated from the corndog eating contests, 8 a.m. bar crawls, fighting the pool crowds and narrowly avoiding fireworks-related injuries to properly enjoy this week's offerings.
As usual, there are plenty of good parties and concerts, plus the traditional $13 tattoo deal at Elm Street Tattoo, a film festival and a star-studded grand opening of a new salon owned by a former Dallas Cowboy.
Prohibition Party at The Church
Don't ask, don't tell.
Cool Out Monday's at Gin Mill
What's cooler than cool?
King Tuff, Natural Child at City Tavern
The Happy Birthday frontman's other project is also pretty rad, turns out.
Tuesday Night Trash at Texas Theatre
The films are truly awful, but at least they're free.
Bass Drum of Death at Dada
Get found in Deep Ellum tonight.
Free Slurpees at 7-Eleven
See what they did there?
Studio 1514 grand opening
A former Dallas Cowboy ventures into the salon biz.
The Musers Salute Texas at Granada Theater
A live broadcast by KTCK 1310-AM's Courage Boys.
Asian Film Festival of Dallas at The Magnolia
More than 50 films will be on hand.
$13 tattoos at Elm St Tattoo
Join the club already, man!
Roky Erickson at The Kessler
Don't knock the Rok.
Krakowski's Birthday at Queen City Music Hall
You don't have to know Scott personally to enjoy bands, art and a $10 open bar.
Yacht Rock party at Sneaky Pete's
Everybody look! It's Ishi on a mother fuckin' boat!