Bastille on Bishop and four more things to do this weekend

Photo by Danny Fulgencio

Bastille on Bishop kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday in the Bishop Arts District. The event is free to attend, but a $25 ticket buys a wineglass and two tokens, which can be exchanged for wine and food.

The Wild Detectives hosts an experimental music night Thursday starting at 7:30 p.m.

Oak Cliff’s own Texas troubadour Ray Wylie Hubbard plays a two-night stand at the Kessler Thursday and Friday.

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Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts performs a free show at The Foundry Friday.

KNON hosts music documentaries starting at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Texas Theatre. They’re showing “Sex & Broadcasting,” “Sir Doug & the Genuine Texas Comic Groove Sahm,” “I Am the Blues” and “Welcome to Your Funeral: The Story of Rigor Mortis.”

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  • BEWARE: Armed men are robbing people around the 9th Street & Patton Street area, watch out for African american males.

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