Get The Jump On Your 6/30 – 7/6 Plans.
Good thing us natural-borns don't have to take some sort of citizenship test to participate in the upcoming Independence Day festivities, or this week would have a completely different outlook. How many fireworks shows would there be if folks had to know trivial little things like who their local congressman is in order to attend?
Fortunately, this is the land of the free and all that jazz. So go on and suck on some chili dogs all John Cougar-style and find some stuff to blow up why don't cha? There's not much standing in the way.
Sasha at Ku De Ta
Rock 'n Roll Rummage Sale at Lola's
Get your buy/sell/trade on.
LL Cool J at Verizon Theatre
With Ice Cube, Public Enemy and De La Soul.
Rachael Yamagata at Sons of Hermann Hall
She's the reason why.
Open Mic Night at Dallas Comedy House
Get your ROTFLMAO on.
Robot Builders Night Out at Dallas Makerspace
You won't let those robots defeat me.
Addison's Kaboom Town
Here comes the boom.
Beauty Bar/Barcadia Block Party
Back with another one of those block-rockin' beats.
'Merica Fest at Common Table
Lone Stars and Stripes at Lone Star Park
Play some ponies.
Brass Knuckles Beatdown at Libertine Bar
(It's a corn dog-eating contest.)
Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic at Billy Bob's
Lone Star Classic Dog Show at Dallas Market Hall
Who'll win best in show?
Fair Park Fireworks
Here comes the boom. Again.
Young Americans Party at The Church
Featuring the Thin White Dukes.
Erik Griffin at Addison Improv
It's Montez from Workaholics!
The Pronail Princesa Birthday Extravaganza at Texas Theatre
The Seattle Scene at House of Blues
Featuring Pearl Gem, Alyson Chayns, and Nearvana.
Beyonce at American Airlines Center
All hail the Queen Bey.
“City of West Night” at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Watch the Astros get walloped and help families in West at the same time.
Side Affect at Liliana Bloch Gallery
Featuring GMO-inspired works of art.
Screening of A Band Called Death at Texas Theatre
Featuring post-show performances from Wanz Dover and Radioactivity (featuring members of Marked Men and Mind Spiders).
Stoney LaRue at Billy Bob's
Watch him fly.