15 of This Weekend's Best Shows: Miguel Migs, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Iris DeMent and More
Saturday, June 16, at It'll Do Club
Ever driven eastbound on Elm Street until it hits the dead end? Then chances are you've seen the It'll Do Club. Shrouded in the long-forgotten East Ellum neighborhood, this club opening marks another step in Deep Ellum's expansion. Plus, there will be dancing, and renowned house DJ Miguel Migs with singer Lisa Shaw.
Thursday, June 14 at Dada
Los Angeles pop group
TV Girl used one of rock and roll's greatest new tools to fund the tour
that will bring them to Dallas tonight and Denton on Friday. They
successfully raised $5,000 on Kickstarter to go towards a van for this tour. Also, it's enough for each member to have a steak dinner every night of the tour. Spook Easy and Blackstone Rangers open.
Thursday, June 14, at AllGood Cafe
LMFAO, Far East Movement
Friday, June 15, at American Airlines Center
What can you say about LMFAO that hasn't already been said? My favorite was when Audra accurately described them as Fraggles after seeing their Super Bowl halftime appearance with Madonna.
Friday, June 15, at Granada Theater
Friday, June 15, at LaGrange
Friday, June 15, at Bryan Street Tavern
Friday, June 15, at Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge
DJ Brent Bradford
Friday, June 15, at Sandaga 813
Two Tons of Steel
Friday, June 15, at The Foundry
People are forever complaining that The Foundry doesn't have live music. Go any night this weekend and you'll hear some.
Saturday, June 16, at Hat Tricks
Saturday, June 16, at Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge
Grant Jones, Kirby Brown, Barstow
Neeks and Night Game Cult perform after a music video contest, which Audra detailed here.
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars
Sunday, June 17, at the Levitt Pavilion
The free concert series in Arlington hosts this West African collective, touring behind latest album Radio Salone.