Get The Jump On Your 1/20 – 1/26 Plans.
Some holidays are easy to plan for. We see Thanksgiving and Christmas coming months in advance and plan our time off meticulously. Others just kind of sneak up on us. As such, these unexpected, MLK-type three-day weekends somehow just feel so much more magical. There's just something about a four-day work week that lends itself to going out every night without feeling too guilty.
So what are you going to do with your extra party nights this week? We've got a few ideasâ€¦
Jeff Mangum at The Majestic
What a beautiful face.
Metalachi at Trees
The world's first (and only) heavy metal mariachi band.
Sundress, Skeleton Coast, Sacco and Vanzetti, Biographies at Dan's Silverleaf
California dames are waiting.
Inspired By His Words at House of Blues
An MLK celebration featuring a keynote address from Erykah Badu.
Oral Fixation at McKinney Avenue Contemporary
This month's theme is “cloud nine.”
Underoath at House of Blues
It's their farewell tour.
Purity Ring at Granada Theater
Because true love waits.
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion at Trees
They've got the flavor.
The Shining at Texas Theatre
Quaker City Night Hawks at Sundown
Hear their new material. For free.
Beer brewing class at Texas Brewing, Inc.
Knowledge is power.
Cat Power at South Side Music Hall
She's the greatest.
Zest Fest at Irving Convention Center
Now that's a spicy meat-a-ball.
Air Review at Trees
Celebrating the release of Low Wishes.
Geographer at Dada
It's kind of how soul music sounds in space.
A.Dd+ at Granada Theater
Finally, a chance to grab a copy of their DiveHiFlyLo mixtape.
Hypnotic Donuts' Donut Dash at Fair Park
You had us at chubby bunny contest.
Behind-the-screen comedy show at Texas Theatre
A hilarious change of pace for the historic movie theater.
DFW All-Stars Basketball Tournament at Tommie Allen Rec Center
A charity game featuring local rappers and clothing designers.
Strategies of Beauty at Rubber Gloves
A quote-unquote floating, evolving music festival that focuses on an ever-shifting sonic landscape.
Ty Segall at Dada
He's the hardest working man in show biz.