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Glad You Asked: Sons of Anarchy, Lumineers and Pink Dots



Dear GYA, Everyone's talking a lot of trash about my new Fox sitcom Dads. I guess they think I can only write shows about dumb, incompetent father figures. Obviously, they've never seen Family Guy or any clips from my new shows coming out next season, like Derpy Dad, Lazy Husband and My Stupid Lazy Husband Who Is Also The Father Of My Children.--- Get a clue, people! Anything happening today better than a Seth MacFarlane sitcom? - Seth MacFarlane 

Seth, You forgot Idiot Dad. Now, that's a show I would watch. Ha ha -- Idiot Dad; golden. Here's what's up for tonight:

City Weekly, True TV and Brewvies will be showing season 6 of FX's Sons of Anarchy for free on the big screen! The show starts at 8 p.m.

London-based experimental-rock band The Legendary Pink Dots will be at Urban Lounge this evening. Year 33 Tour are also on the bill. Tickets are $25. The show starts at 9. 

Indie-pop band The Lumineers will be at The Great Saltair tonight. Dr. Dog and Nathaniel Rateliff will open things up. Tickets are $40. The show starts at 7:30. 

For today's complete list of things to do, click here.