Get The Jump On Your 4/1 – 4/7 Plans.
The ever warmer weather has been ushering in more and more outdoor events, and things start getting extra busy this week, starting with AT&T PAC's patio sessions and the Deep Ellum Arts Fest. Elsewhere, Eisley, the Toadies and White Denim mark three bands with local ties and pretty big shows going down this week. And a beer dinner and cheese tasting class are also happening this week — y'know, if you're feeling kind of fancy.
Eisley at Granada Theater
Also on this bill is Christie DuPree, younger sister of Eisley's Chauntelle, Sherri and Stacy.
Beer Dinner at Campo County Modern Bistro
It starts with a PBR pairing, so you know the pairings are going to be interesting.
Lyle Blackburn book signing at La Grange
The Ghoultown frontman will be signing copies of his bigfoot book.
Tuesday Night Trash at Texas Theatre
From the folks that brought you Hot Dog: The Movie comes — get this — Hamburger: The Movie.
The Music of ABBA at Meyerson Symphony Center
We just might take a chance on this. (See what we did there?)
Artisan cheese tasting class at Scardello
If you can't tell the difference between factory and handmade cheeses after this class, you don't deserve to eat cheese.
The Toadies at Rockin' Rodeo
When was the last time the Toadies played Denton?
Patio Sessions at AT&T Performing Arts Center
Calhoun and Madison King kick off the weekly outdoor concert series in Sammons Park.
White Denim at Granada Theater
Fun fact: White Denim's James Petralli is the son of former Texas Rangers catcher Geno Petralli. What better way to celebrate opening day?
Alice in Burlesqueland at Lakewood Theatre
The routines these ladies have worked up will drive you mad as a hatter.
Deep Ellum Arts Festival
There will be 100 artists, 50 bands and food vendors as far as the eye can see.
Go West Fest at The Nest
For those looking for an excuse to drive across Large Marge, 10 local bands and an art show at The Nest is a pretty decent one. 425 Bedford St.