Lots of things open up once you hit 21. People keep telling us things open up more when you hit 30 or 40, too, but we're pretty sure it's just medical problems and bills. Oh well. For those of you still young enough to not be so jaded, we're here for you. We know that Denton can be a little difficult to find stuff to do sometimes. Especially when you're met with someone who wants to see shine a flashlight at your driver's license as soon as you walk in a door. Shaun Treat was nice enough to put together this list for the sub-21 Dentonites as an answer to the argument that there was "nothing cheap for underage kids to do" in Denton. Below, you will find his list that of FREE live music for every night of the week in Denton that people younger than 21 can attend. Bookmark it so you have something to reply with when met with the dreaded, "What is there to do tonight?" question.
Caveat: Of course there are tons of reliably awesome music venues like Dans, Rubber Gloves, etc but the focus here is on a weekly FREE, minor-friendly music-oriented sampler of Denton's diversity for starving students.
Banter Bistro, free live jazz, 6pm.
And this list isn't even everything. Tell us in the comments some of the minor-friendly free events in town that you know of!
Shaun Treat, is founder of the Denton Haunts historical ghost tour. Treat has written about numerous local places and personalities at his Denton Haunts blog, and is forever indebted to the great work of the fine folks with the Denton County Historical Commission and local keepers of history like Laura Douglas at the Emily Fowler Library for their tireless work in helping preserve Denton’s intriguing past.