Tuesday, November 12

2 p.m. Music: Andrew Garland

Laurel Heights United Methodist Church (227 W. Woodlawn Ave.) presents the Tuesday Musical Club Artist Series featuring renowned classical musicians from around the world. Baritone singer Andrew Garland will bring his big voice and sophisticated presence to the stage. Admission is free for students. For more information, visit satmc.org.

7 p.m. Music: Drake

Grammy Award-winning rapper Drake will be at the AT&T Center (1 AT&T Center Pkwy) along with Miguel and Future to promote the new album “Nothing Was The Same.” Admission begins at $62.37. For more information, visit attcenter.com.

Wednesday, November 13

8:30 p.m. Comedy: Kristin Key

Texas comedian Kristin Key brings her rapid-fire wit to River Center Comedy Club (849 E. Commerce St. #893). The Amarillo native has been featured on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and has toured in 35 states over the past 5 years. Admission is $15. For more information, visit rivercentercomedyclub.com.

Thursday, November 14

7:30 p.m. Music: P!nk

Singer P!nk brings her unique concert experience to the AT&T Center (1 AT&T Center Pkwy). The singer is known for her acrobatic and high-energy performances. Admission begins at $51.62. For more information, visit attcenter.com.

Friday, November 15

7:30 p.m. Stand-up Comedy: Mike Epps

Comedian Mike Epps (“The Hangover,” “Next Friday”) will be performing live at the Empire Theater (226 N St. Mary’s). Epps brings his observational comedy along with some friends for a promising night of laughs. For tickets, visit majesticempire.com.

8 p.m. Live Music: The Koffin Kats

The Koffin Kats will be performing at The Korova (107 E Martin) in preparation of the release of their new album “Our Way & the Highway.” Fellow horror punk and psychobilly bands Hellbound Hearse, Livends and Hard Luck Rebels will also be performing. Admission is $10 pre-sale, $12 at the door. For tickets, visit ticketfly.com.

8 p.m. Theater: “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas: The Musical”

The Cameo Theatre (1123 E Commerce) presents “Best Little Whore House in Texas,” a musical based on the true story of the Chicken Ranch, known as “one of the better pleasure palaces in all of Texas” since the 1850s. The musical recounts the many visits to Miss Mona’s bordello and follows the history of the Chicken Ranch through to its demise. For tickets, visit cameocenter.com/whorehouse.

Saturday, November 16

Saturday, November 16

7 p.m. Benefit: Blue Star’s 2013 Gala Benefit

Blue Star (116 Blue Star) will be hosting its annual gala benefit supporting the Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum with a “Back to the Future” theme. This special evening will include recognition of Bernard Lifshutz, one of the founding supporters of Blue Star Contemporary, for his contributions to arts community and to Southtown culture. The gala will wrap up with an 80s music after party. For tickets, visit bluestarart.org.

Sunday, November 17

7 p.m. Film Screening: Pulp Fiction Quote Along

Alamo Drafthouse Park North (618 NW Loop 410) will be screening the Action Pack version of Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film “Pulp Fiction.” The most memorable quotes from the film will include subtitles on the screen and pop guns will be handed out for firing during. For tickets, visit drafthouse.com.

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