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Phantomelo will keep the party going at MASS Fri along with Meach Pango and Cool Jacket. Courtesy Phantomelo.com

Thanks to President Biden’s vaccination program, we’re now free to move about the cabin, though masks are still highly encouraged. If it’s been a long time since you’ve rock ’n’ rollllled, let the balmy weather and this little list be your Sherpas.

 

Three of the Fort’s most righteously and rightfully popular indie-rock acts — Meach Pango, Phantomelo, and Cool Jacket — take over MASS (1002 S Main St, 682-707-7774) at 10pm Fri. Tickets are $7 at Prekindle or $10 at the door.

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At River East on the same night, The Post (2925 Race St, 817-945-8890) welcomes local pop-rocker Ryker Hall and his full band along with Colby Acuff. Tickets to this all-ages show are $10 via Eventbrite.

 

From 11am to 5pm on Saturday in that same neighborhood, Race Street will be the site of a family-friendly street festival that will go on to occur the second Saturday of every month for not sure how long — no one’s keeping score anymore! The Race Street Rollick will be sort of like Open Streets on the Near Southside but smaller. And, apparently, more frequent. Vendors will set up along the closed-off av, and there’ll be live music. For announcements, follow @rivereastfw. Race Street’s assorted restaurants will be slinging food and beverages. If you haven’t tried The Post’s black-eyed pea hummus, then Saturday is your day.

 

Veteran rockers The Me-Thinks take over Lola’s Trailer Park Saturday with the Drawer Devils and Big Useless Brain.
Courtesy Pussyhouse Propaganda

Since the Race Street Rollick wraps up at a godly hour, you’ll have plenty of time to cool off before piling into Lola’s Trailer Park (2735 W 5th St, 817-759-9100). That’s where Haltom City’s finest, The Me-Thinks, will present their very fine brand of “Loudensucke” rockaroll after the Drawer Devils and Big Useless Brain whip the crowd into a lather, also very fine. Tickets are $10.

 

And don’t sleep on Sunday. I mean, don’t forget about adding Sunday night to your dance card. Of course we want you to get some rest on the lord’s day. Don’t take me literally! At Tulips FTW (112 St. Louis Av, 817-367-9798), Brave Little Howl and Fort Worth’s Cut Throat Finches will take the stage at 6pm. For ticket info, visit Prekindle. — Anthony Mariani

 

Contact HearSay at anthony@fwweekly.com.

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