This weekend: Khmer rock, Bummer Vacation, pool party, patriotic tunes

Photo courtesy of "Don't Think I've Forgotten"
Photo courtesy of “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten”

The Texas Theatre opens “Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten,” a documentary about Cambodian rock-n-roll music, which was all but lost after the Khmer Rouge. The theater also offers a free screening of “The Purple Rose of Cairo,” at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 5, sponsored by the Oak Cliff Cultural Center.

Bummer Vacation performs a free show at the Foundry Friday, July 3.

The Bemont Hotel’s Fourth of July pool party costs $20. They’ll have tacos, chips and salsa, and popsicles for sale, as well as drink specials. David Grover of Spinster Records deejays.

The Singapore Slingers perform patriotic songs at the Kessler Saturday, July 4.

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