The 20 Best Concerts in Dallas This Weekend, March 6-9

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The Orange Friday, March 7, at Curtain Club THRWD Magazine is behind this well-curated local lineup, which includes Party Static, Cutter, Slumber Buz and The Pillars. Alternative psych-rockers The Orange will headline the multi-genre bill. VQ

The Relatives Friday, March 7, at The Kessler Theater Soul and gospel crooners The Relatives are a Dallas treasure. Known for their high-spirited and roaring good time of a live show, they have been well-known local favorites for years. This Friday, they celebrate the 70th birthday of another Dallas music veteran, Bobby Patterson. VQ

Booty Fade Friday, March 7, at The Travis Disco Since their official formation last year, Booty Fade have become the dynamic duo of Dallas club music. This weekend, they celebrate the debut of their self-titled EP in the main room of The Travis Disco. Read more about the collaborative effort of PicnicTyme and DJ Sober in this week's print edition. VQ

Mad World Records 3 Year Anniversary Friday, March 7-Saturday, March 8, at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, Denton It's hard to believe it's been three years since Denton's Mad World Records opened on the town square. The college town's favorite record shop carries new, used and local stock for Denton resident's crate-digging pleasure. In a two-day anniversary celebration at Rubber Gloves, they'll host performances from The Baptist Generals, Brent Best, Bad Design, Radioactivity, Dim Locator and more. VQ

Three Links 1 Year Anniversary Friday, March 7-Saturday, March 8, at Three Links One of Deep Ellum's best new venues is celebrating an anniversary this week as well. Commemorate Three Link's first birthday with two days of performances from some of the city's best punk- and hardcore-leaning talent. Lineups include The Phuss, Pinata Protest, Svetlanas, Sealion and many more. VQ

Oil Boom Saturday, March 8, at Kessler Theater Oil Boom, Calhoun and The Orbans will bring some of that Fort Worth rock 'n' roll flair to North Oak Cliff this Saturday. All three bands are in regular rotation on KKXT-FM 91.7, and their sizable fan bases are expected to pack the house for this one. VQ

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