Friday, April 20, at Zouk
Zouk's had some controversy surrounding appearances of certain celebrities as of late, but one can expect that super DJ Paul Oakenfold will most likely be there to perform tonight.
Friday, April 20, at Dada
Saturday, April 21, at Lone Star Park
Saturday and Sunday at Fair Park Bandshell
I always know that Earth Day comes after marijuana day. And this yearEarth Day Dallas
will celebrate over the course of two days. Saturday will have performances from Amos Lee and Sunday will feature local acts like Ishi, Air Review and Datahowler, along with a handful of others.
The Black Dotz
Saturday, April 21, at Queen City Hall
Scary Cherry & The Bang Bangs, Darstar, The Crazy Ivans
Saturday, April 21, at Curtain Club
? Well, they've done so with this Girls Rock Dallas showcase, which brings local female-fronted rock acts Scary Cherry & The Bang Bangs and Darstar. Can't imagine a better venue for this show.
Record Store Day
Saturday, April 21
We've written a lot about about Record Store Day this year. Check our handy list of record stores that will be celebrating. A handful of places will have the official Record Store Day releases, free beer and free food, though Good Records might have most of the Dallas market cornered. Last year Chris Penn said they floated 33 kegs of beer and he expects to do more this year.
Sunday, April 22, at FC Dallas Stadium
Adair's 49th Anniversary
Sunday, April 22, at Adair's Saloon
Keep the party going on Sunday at Adair's in Deep Ellum as they celebrate 49 years of being in business. There will be a crawfish boil and live music outdoors, featuring The King Bucks and Boys Named Sue.
Sunday, April 22, at Good Records (4 p.m.)
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