Weekend Update 4/19-4/22
This weekend update is in addition to all the Thin Line Fest happenings around town, you can view the full schedule on the website and if you haven’t registered for your FREE ticket make sure to do so now! We also wrote a sweet guide for you here, so you can plan out your weekend of awesome in addition to the events on our weekend update!
We have beautiful weather and a stacked weekend of events, and as always, Denton has something for everyone.
Thursday, April 19
It’s back! Twilight Tunes kicks off with High School Ceasar on the downtown Denton courthouse lawn. Grab a cooler, some lawn chairs, and wind down with family and friends to some rockabilly tunes before taking on the rest of the evening. This week's event is sponsored by Agua Dulce and Chestnut Tree.
Get your groove on to the debut sounds of J. Allert, a 6 piece band that will have you on your feet, just try not to spill your beer. Joined by the funky tunes of Puddin Taine and the always lovely Megan Storie! Plus it’s a free show, so you can roll into Friday with some pep in your step with some money still in your pockets for the rest of the weekends' festivities.
You can check out this lineup with a slice and schlitz in hand while rocking out in the beloved J&J’s basement, $5 goes to support the acts. Dinner and show? Sounds like a great way to spend a Thursday night.
Friday, April 20
Brought to you by the College Democrats of the University of North Texas, Beto O’Rourke is out on the campaign trail to become the next US Senator and he is stopping through Denton! You can purchase tickets through the event link for the Town Hall that will be held at the UNT Gateway Center.
The Where?House is hosting another art show featuring the art of local talent as well as performances by The Altitude, Crisman, Foxlove, Honest Answers, plus West Oxking and the One Night Crusade. Support your local artists by purchasing their creations or make a donation towards the performers to keep these amazing shows continuing in the community.
Ashes Smoke Shop has a stacked day full of music, art, comedy, and food to make sure your 4/20 is everything you want it to be. Taking over the parking lot of their location on Carroll, you can see glassblowers, pick up some free swag, and satisfy your munchies with some free food.
Saturday, April 21
Andy’s has been opening their doors a little earlier on the weekends, and have been making huge efforts to support our community non-profits and charity organizations. This Saturday is no exception, doors open at 11am and you can treat yourself to a tasty brunch of waffles and mimosas while bopping along to the sounds of The April First Band. A suggested $10 cover goes towards Serve Denton and the inspiring work they continue to do in the community.
Randall & Kristin Brooks are leading this workshop hosted by Shadow Mountain Yoga at The Rudra Center to deepen your knowledge of who and what is the Goddess. In this workshop you will “explore the significance of her dynamic forms...deepen your relationship with Sanskrit mantra… recognize the archetypal themes in your personal growth and expansion as well as understand how they relate with the the collective growth and expansion of the world around you.” Reserve your spot through the Facebook link now!
Sunday, April 22
Beautify the downtown square with your East Side fam from 1- 2pm this Sunday, and then grab a brew (with a complimentary Earth day pint glass) while you sip and shop the wares of local vendors at the Backyard Market!
It’s a party y’all! Cheers to the team of Armadillo Ale Works at Andy's Bar on what is the last stretch of the marathon to opening up their brewery and taproom in the lil’ d. Shake it to the tunes of Ella Minnow, Skagg Phillips, voltREvolt, and the MC talents of Walker Smart. BONUS, this is a free event to end the weekend on a high note.
This doesn't cover every awesome event happening in Denton over the next 4 days, but it's a handful of some of the radness. Have an event you want us to know about? Send te FB link to Tiffany.email@example.com
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