- The 122nd Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo runs through Feb. 3. Head to the Will Rogers Coliseum for daily rodeo action, carnival rides, exhibits and live music. See some real Texas cowboys and cowgirls compete in bull riding, steer racing, barrel racing and more. General admission $10.
- Dallas Contemporary Museum presents a new exhibition from designer Mary Katrantzou: Mary, Queen of Prints. Katrantzou is known for her use of manipulation of silhouette and digital printing to blur the line between fine art and wearable fashion. Through March 18. Free.
- Spend Feb. 4 enjoying the Super Bowl at Thirsty Lion Gastropub and Grill’s event, The Big Game, at the Irving Music Factory. Enjoy happy hour specials during the game with $1 off all draft beers; $4.95 well drinks, house wine and margaritas; and a $4.95-$6.95 food menu.
- Head to LUCK at Trinity Groves for their 4th Annual Girl Scout Cookie Flight. Your favorite Girl Scout Cookies are now paired with some of the best craft brews in Texas from Rahr & Sons and Cedar Creek Brewery. It’s first come, first serve with no advance ticket required. $12 through Feb. 3.
- The Angelika continues their ’80s Rewind Film Series with Say Anything on Feb. 5. The classic 1989 John Cusack romantic comedy follows the romance between the beautiful high school valedictorian and an underachiever the summer after they graduate high school. Tickets $12.
- WaterTower Theatre in Addison presents the regional premiere of Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegria Hudes’ play Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue. Hudes’ spare, intense and poetically resonant play speaks to the personal cost of war across the ages, spanning three generations of a Puerto Rican-American family. Performances run through Feb. 18. Student rush $12.
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