Watch the weather. Plenty of al fresco activities tonight, but storms are looming and you may want your umbrella-ella-ella. Folks with tickets to the sold-out Barefoot at the Belmont concert should note that the show will be moved to the Kessler in the case of crash-kaboom.
If the rain/lightning/thunder holds off, there’s the AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Patio Sessions tonight outside the Winspear featuring Lily Taylor for the early set followed by Sucré. [UPDATE: Sorry, folks, it has been cancelled due to the weather.] Fans of Eisley will recognize Sucré’s singer, Stacy King, and perhaps the band’s drummer, her husband, Mute Math’s Darren King. Give their debut album a listen. And there’s always food trucks and things out there if you get hungry.
Also tonight, happily, cozily indoors, the Texas Theater has The Found Footage Festival, a goofy collection of the latest VHS footage that the organizers dug up in thrift stores and garage sales. Hosts Joe Pickett of The Onion and Nick Prueher from the Late Show with David Letterman will be there in person to provide commentary. At least one of the tapes has something to do with ferret grooming. Lots of people with strange exercise habits. And pets.
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