Stay away from Fair Park and Lower Greenville, or get involved, depending on how many drunk college kids you want to see. It’s Texas/OU weekend, and thank goodness it’s once a year. If you’re bored with watching it over mimosas on the sofa, but you don’t want to deal with the downtown madness, try Las Ranitas. They show all the big games on a ginormous screen. So you can eat enchiladas while you watch the Sooners lose. The game starts at 11 a.m. Saturday.
On Sunday, a rock show and battle of the bands at the Curtain Club benefits Promise House. Tickets are $10 and the proceeds go to Promise House, an Oak Cliff charity that helps homeless, run-away and at-risk teens.
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