Weekend Update 11/9-11/12

Novemburr, am I right?

If the recent temperature drop has got you looking for ways to warm up, look no further.
This weekend is jam packed with opportunities to get your spirits and your body temperatures up. There’s a throwback dance party this weekend at Backyard on Bell honoring Now That’s What I Call Music if you’re itching to dance to some early 2000s chart-toppers. Andy’s is sure to get you all hot and bothered with another sexy installment of Glitterbomb on Thursday. But if all you need is a toasty sweater to keep cozy, maybe you should check out Alfie Archives, a brand-new vintage clothing pop up shop opening downtown this weekend. 

Can’t wait for Black Friday to start your holiday shopping? No fear- several businesses downtown are participating in a Holiday Open House to showcase local goods and services perfect for giving to loved ones this winter.  Speaking of loved ones: we bid farewell to Audacity Brew House, a beloved Denton staple, this week. Be sure to grab a few pints this weekend and reminisce on fond memories of shows and, of course, craft brews.

Stay warm out there, Dentonites. Here’s your weekend update.

Thursday 11/9

Girls on Bikes with Afro Deezy Axe and Off World
Harvest House
8 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

Afro Deezy Axe, Girls on Bikes, and Off World are kicking off your weekend with a much-needed night of music and cocktails. Afro Deezy Axe, the reggae-influenced funk rock group is up first at 8pm, followed by local jam rock group Girls on Bikes at 9pm. Off World, a soul-moving band with 70s influence closes the show at 10pm. Grab a beer and grab a dance party for this weekend opener!

Glitterbomb: Sabotage
Andy’s Bar
9 p.m. - 2 a.m.
$5 Before 9:30, $7 After

Glitterbomb is serving up glamour, darling. Ever since Glitterbomb has declared Andy’s its new home, Thursdays have become much more fabulous. This week is no exception, as the group of burlesque + queerlesque + drag all stars are putting on a show themed “Sabotage”. 
Bring your singles and your single friends for this absolutely ~fabulous~ night of sexy fun!

Friday 11/10

3 Nations Brewing + Wildflower Vodka Beertail Pint Night
Oak St. Drafthouse
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Oak St. Drafthouse is bringing out the big guns drink-wise this Friday. The Denton bar is serving up pairings of 3 Nations Blood Orange and Texas Wildflower Blood Orange Vodka, creating a deliciously fruity and aromatic beertail. Oak St. will also be handing out a limited number of mason jar glasses to give away with every purchase, so get there early!

Now That's What I Call A Dance Party With DJ PARTY MCFLY
Backyard on Bell
9 p.m. - 12.a.m.

Everybody dance now!

Backyard on Bell is throwing a hell of a dance-off this Friday night, and DJ Party McFly is providing the music. Reminisce on simpler times of Steve Madden slip-ons, Tamagotchis, and the birth of the Now That’s What I Call Music! CD craze. DJ Party McFly is serving up hits featured from the first 15 editions of the CD series all night. Costumes inspired by the early 2000s are encouraged as there will be an open karaoke contest with prizes ranging from $100 for 1st place, $50 for 2nd, and a gift card for 3rd. There’s also going to be a benefit raffle with funds going toward 7Feathers’ KidsCan event coming up later in the fall. 

Saturday 11/11

16th Annual Pistons And Paint Car Show
North Texas Fair Grounds
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
$10 adults, children 10> free admission
All Ages

Rev up those engines! Auto enthusiasts and fun-seekers unite: this Saturday marks the 16th anniversary of the Pistons and Paint Car Show, a yearly event featuring unique autos, live music, and awesome food. Cars of various styles, makes, and models will be presented all across the expansive fair grounds. Families are encouraged to come, and children under 10 get in for free!

UNT Homecoming and Parade at East Side
East Side Social Club
11 a.m.- 11 p.m.

This Saturday is the UNT homecoming game, and East Side is showing their Eagle pride with a pregame party! The UNT homecoming parade will be underway by 11am on the Denton square, and East Side will be following suit with all your pregame needs. They’ll serving up game day drink specials all day, and 4 different food trucks will be up and running for lunch time grub. Shuttles to and from the game will be running round the clock to pick up those who wish to head over to Apogee stadium for the game.  Go Eagles!

Holiday Open House
Downtown Denton
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
All Ages

Get your holiday shopping done early this year! Over 40 stores and restaurants will be participation in the 2017 Holiday Open House, a pre-holiday shopping event taking place on Saturday and Sunday. Shop local this weekend for unique holiday gifts around the square from different downtown clothing stores, art shops, and restaurants.

Alfie Archive's Official Opening feat. Body English and Kind Beats
Sprockets Bicycle Shop
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Vintage is in, baby. Alfie Archives is a brand spankin’ new shop that boasts a wide selection of hand-selected vintage fashion finds. The pop-up shop will be open from this night onward every Saturday from 11am-6pm. Music from the jazzy groove troop Body English and electronic mastermind Kind Beats will be provided at this event. 

Sunday 11/12

Yoga + Potluck & BYOB with 7Feathers
Audacity Brew House
11 a.m.

This weekend marks the official closing of the beloved Denton brewery, and the Audacity team wants to go out with a day full of yoga poses. Karma Yoga’s Jessica McReynolds will be leading the yoga flow while 7Feathers will be providing music. There will also be a huge potluck, so guests are encouraged to bring their own dishes and drinks. 

Come out and bid a loving farewell to a community favorite.