I Love The 90’s Tour
1 Your favorite bands from the ’90s are in town for the ultimate hollaback. Tone Loc, C+C Music Factory, Snap, Blackstreet, Naughty By Nature and TLC are going to guide you down memory lane with their big hits. Make sure to pick up your Hammer pants from the cleaners. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Verizon Theatre, 1001 Performance Place, Grand Prairie. $25-$75. axs.com
‘I Mom So Hard’
2 Facebook sensations and comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley of #IMOMSOHARD have taken the judgment out of being a mom while day drinking, a little. These funny moms are on tour and will make their North Texas stop Friday at The Majestic, 1925 Elm St., Dallas. Yes, it’s sold out, but check with ticket resellers like stubhub.com. imomsohardlive.com
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3 The hit musical “The Bodyguard” will be making a national tour stop at Bass Hall. Based on the beloved Oscar-nominated Warner Bros. film that starred Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, this production is packed with all the music hits you fell in love with in 1992. The show runs Aug. 1-6. 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth. $44-$115. basshall.com
Micro Championship Wrestling
4 Micro Wrestling, a WWE-style event featuring little people in the ring, is coming to Studio 80 on Aug. 3. It’s high-powered wrestling with moments of comedy. The show, uh, fights begin at 8 p.m. Studio 80, 500 Taylor St., Fort Worth. $15, $20 at the door. 817-332-4833; Facebook: Studio80.
Vans Warped Tour
5 The 2017 Vans Warped Tour, the largest traveling music festival, returns to North Texas on Friday. Just a few of the bands playing include American Authors, The Ataris, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Hawthorne Heights, and Microwave, as well as such punk veterans as The Adolescents, GWAR, and T.S.O.L. 12:30 p.m. Friday. Starplex Pavilion, 3839 S. Fitzhugh Ave., Dallas. $42.50-$52.50. vanswarpedtour.com.
6 The world-famous Pickle Queens, recognized by their red wigs and green dresses, will welcome attendees Saturday with live and silent auctions, games, a DJ, food and drinks, photos, and best dancer and best dressed contests. A highlight of the evening will be a raffle offering the chance to be an honorary Pickle Queen or King at the St. Paddy’s Pickle Parade and Palooza on March 17, 2018. So pull out your prom gown or tuxedo and hit the dance floor with the Mansfield Pickle Queens. Must be 21 or older. Steven’s Garden & Grill, 223 Depot St., Mansfield. $35-$110, with tickets available at Steven’s Garden & Grill or online at www.pickleparade.org/prom.
M.A.D.E. at Stage West
7 M.A.D.E. (Music Arts Drinks Eats), an indoor arts festival, takes over a Stage West warehouse space Sunday. Enjoy local music from the Johnny Case Duo, Joey Folsom, Deanna Valone, and Cate Stewart & Jade Njo, as well as art from Linda Whitehouse, Ed Freiheit and many more. There will be food available from Stir Crazy Baked Goods, Sikhay Thai Lao Cuisine, Hot Damn! Tamales, Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, and more. Also on hand will be HTC Vive Virtual Reality, poet Shae Lynn Shaw, face painting, and tours. Noon-5 p.m. 823 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth. Admission is pay what you can, $10 suggested. www.stagewest.org.
8 When two men representing different political points of view meet, things can either go well or off the rails. The film “The Journey” tells a dramatic story of two longtime enemies in Northern Ireland — firebrand Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley (Timothy Spall) and Sinn Fein politician Martin McGuinness (Colm Meaney) — who are forced to deal with each other face to face. Friday-Sunday. The Modern, 3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth. $9. The Sunday noon showing is half-price. themodern.org.
Second Annual Cornhole Tournament
9 Join the Junior League of Arlington, Division Brewing, and Legal Draft Beer Company for the second annual JLA Cornhole Tournament on Sunday. The event will raise funds for abuse prevention in Tarrant County. Things get kicked off at Division Brewing. Commemorative 16-ounce pint glasses are available for purchase and include pours from the breweries. 3-7 p.m. Division Brewing, 506 E. Main St., Arlington. Free to watch; team fee for participation. jlarlington.org.
Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers
10 The long-running American country and Southern gospel singers are taking the stage at the Arlington Music Hall. Enjoy hits like “All the Gold in California,” “Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer to You),” and “She Used To Be Somebody’s Baby.” 7:30 p.m. Friday. Arlington Music Hall, 224 N. Center St., Arlington. $20-$70. arlingtonmusichall.net