Happy Juneteenth. Consider celebrating at the MLK Center today with a free festival.
The Gipsy Kings play two–as in one plus one–sets at the Bomb Factory.
The Kimbell Art Museum has some certified bangers from the Phillips Collection on display, including work by the likes of Van Gogh and Monet.
Former swirlie recipient and current bestselling culture writer Chuck Klosterman talks and hawks his newest book at the DMA.
Stick with us here: Shakespeare in the Park is opening its production of a show that was not — that is, NOT — written by William Shakespeare. At Samuell-Grand Amphitheatre you will instead find Quixote, an adaptation of the legendary story by Miguel de Cervantes, a man with many similarities to Billy Shakes. For example, both were pretty swell writers and both of them bought the farm in the same year, 400 years ago. Quixote continues through this opening week, and then on under the stars through July 22.
John “puts the Cou” in Cougar Mellencamp plays Verizon Theatre.
Donkey Beach, a madcap show inspired in part by choreographer Danielle Georgiou’s fascination with wacky old beach movies, opens at Hamon Hall in the Winspear. Performances continue through the 25th.
For more to do, go here.