Thursday, January 29, 2015

This Weekend

  • Music Milestones: The Kessler Theater’s 3rd Anniversary

    At The Kessler's leather anniversary, enjoy music from Burning Hotels, Ice Eater and Analog Rebellion.

    Sound bites: Check out the venue’s
    new menu from new chef Michael Chen (as seen in Master Chef Season 3).

    Fri 7p. Kessler Theater, 1230 W. Davis St., Oak Cliff (214-272-8346). $14-22

    Nearby: Nova; Outpost American Tavern; Eno’s Pizza Tavern

  • Quick Wit: Dallas Comedy Festival

    Catch the final three days of this festival with sketch comedy performances from The 787’s and Samurai Drunk.

    Double trouble: Don’t miss the closing night act of LA-based duo
    David Razowsky & Maribeth Monroe (of Workaholics fame).

    Thru Sat. Dallas Comedy House, 2645 Commerce St., Deep Ellum (214-741-4448). $10-25

    Nearby: Tree’s; Adair’s Saloon; Twisted Root Burger Co.

  • Canine Cabaret: Stupid Pet Tricks Auditions

    Find out if your critter has what it takes to make it in the cutthroat world of show business and on Letterman.

    Spectator sport: Even if your best friend doesn't perform, everyone's invited to attend and watch the hilarity ensue.

    Sat 10a-2p. Frank Kent Hyundai, 9000 W. Fwy., Fort Worth (817-989-4426). Free.

    Nearby: Point Restaurant; Soda Springs Bar-B-Q; Mancuso’s Italian Ristorante

  • Twelve Bar Minimum: 9th Annual Dallas Blues Fest

    Experience an evening of music with soul and story from artists including Sir Charles Jones.

    Funky fresh: Performer
    Bobby Rush mixes up the eve with his unique hybrid of blues meets rap meets funk.

    Sat 7p. Dallas Convention Center, 650 S. Griffin St., Downtown (214-939-2750). $56 and up 

    Nearby: Texas Spice; West End Pub; Thrive Nightclub

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