Cliff Temple Baptist Church hosts worship in the round, celebrating a Nashville tradition of artists sharing the stage together. Building 429, Chris August and Josh Wilson perform.
Cliff Temple Baptist Church, 125 Sunset Ave., 214.942.8601, clifftemple.org, $16-$40
During Art Conspiracy 13, artists create works on identical pieces of board, which are auctioned off starting at $20 during a big party and concert. The benefits go to Seek the Peace, a nonprofit that develops leaders in the refugee community.
The Cedars Union, 1311 S. Ervay, artconspiracy.org, $10
Purchase a map at Trinity Haymarket to tour North Oak Cliff’s best chicken coops, starting at 11 a.m. Proceeds will go to Farmers Assisting Returning Military.
Trinity Haymarket, 1715 Market Center Blvd., 214.202.2136, trinityhaymarket.com, $10
Watch a foodie’s favorite flick, “Big Night,” and enjoy two Italian pop-up restaurants in the lobby, including Justin Holt from Lucia. Each pop-up is $10 (cash only) and will take place before and after the film.
The Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson, 214.948.1546, thetexastheatre.com, $10
Evening of Jazz
This intimate concert with Nick Colionne and Eric Darius includes free cocktails and world-class jazz musicians. Shows are at 7 and 9:45 p.m.
Bishop Arts Theatre Center, 215 S. Tyler, 214.948.0716, tecotheater.org, $70
Blues, Bandits & BBQ
Watch 30 teams compete to see which makes the best barbecue during this two-day festival benefitting KNON Community Radio and the Movember Foundation. Tickets to sample the barbecue cost $20, and local musicians will show their skills throughout the festival.
Kidd Springs Park, 711 W. Canty St., bluesbanditsandbbq.org, free
Floramay Holliday and Over the River, and The Rosemont Kings play a benefit concert for The Well Community, a mental health recovery nonprofit.
The Kessler, 1230 W. Davis St., 214.272.8436, thekessler.org, $50