This weekend: The Griswolds, punk rock, the Stones

A Band Called Death
“A Band Called Death”

Happy 4th, y’all There are a couple of things going on to celebrate Independence Day. Check ’em out here and here.

The Texas Theatre shows “National Lampoon’s Vacation” Friday-Sunday. They’re also screening “A Band Called Death” all weekend, and after Saturday’s show, DJ Wanz Dover plays a punk rock set in the lounge and behind the scene is a performance from a new band, Radioactive, featuring members of Marked Men.

Brandon Callies Band performs at the Kessler Friday night. And on Saturday night, a supergroup of local musicians performs The Talking Heads’ album “Remain in Light.”

Rolling Stones cover band Satisfaction performs at Safari Nights at the Dallas Zoo Saturday. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m., and it’s free with zoo admission, which costs $12 for adults, plus $8 for parking.


WANT MORE?
Click to sign up for the Advocate's weekly news digest and be the first to know what’s happening in Oak Cliff.
Written By
More from Rachel Stone

News roundup: $25 million for SOC, Ray Wylie Hubbard memoir and more

South Oak Cliff High School students spoke up about the unacceptable conditions...
Read More