Spend a night in Oak Cliff the Clarence and Alabama Worley way with a screening of “True Romance” starting at 8:30 p.m. Friday. There’s a rockabilly dance party after the show, but before, there’s a “True Romance” scavenger hunt.

The Foundry has Captain and Camille on Friday and Sleazy Mancini on Saturday. The shows are free, and they start at 9 p.m.

We Are 1976 offers the Traveling 940 Road Show all day Saturday, June 4. Makers from Denton will set up shop and offer workshops.

Cibo Divino Marketplace celebrates its one-year anniversary with a party from 5-8 p.m. Sunday. They’ll be pouring complimentary wine and offering live music and giveaways.

Southeast Texas native Robert Ellis releases his album, “The Lights from the Chemical Plant,” with a show at the Kessler Sunday.