Things To Do This Week.
Get The Jump On Your 4/8 - 4/14 Plans.
By Cory on Sunday April 8 2012 at 12:10 PM
It's looking like it's going to be a real feel-good week in Dallas. Among the things to do? Well, there's a pooch parade, a food truck rally and a craft fair. So what's not to be happy about? Nothing, that's what -- especially over at the Meddlesome Moth (where they'll be tapping various Texas craft brews all week in celebration of their second anniversary) and at next weekend's Big Texas Beer Fest in Fair Park. Plus, there's some good music in town too. From a surf rock king to Austin indie legends to a critical darling and a hot buzz band, there are huge concert options throughout the week.
Let's have some fun, y'all.
Deep Ellum Pet Parade at Bark Park
Well-behaved pooches are welcome to join the annual pet parade as part of the Deep Ellum Arts Festival. Costumes are encouraged.
Fruit Fly at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas
The under-five-foot character actor Leslie Jordan seems to appear in half-a-dozen sitcoms every year. He'll be in town performing his latest one-man show for three days.
April Ale Week at Meddlesome Moth
To celebrate their second anniversary, the Meddlesome Moth is tapping kegs from different Texas breweries every night this week.
Fashion's Living Canvas at Hilton Anatole
Organizers promise their "models transforming into works of art" will make this a very different type of fashion show.
The Hold Steady at Palladium Ballroom
Stay positive, y'all.
Dick Dale at Trees
Surf rock is alive and well.
Spoon at Granada Theater
We were so excited about this show, we wrote this blurb in reverse.
Frankie Rose at Dada
The ex-Dum Dum Girl has looks to kill and a repertoire to match.
Food Truck Rally in Deep Ellum
A gourmet food truck rally so big they're shutting down Main Street.
Big Texas Beer Fest at Fair Park Automobile Building
An estimated 80-plus craft breweries will be tapping over 300 brews.
Urban Street Bazaar at Bishop Arts
Get ready to sip, eat, and shop -- because the modern craft faire is back by popular demand.