1. Rascal Flatts: The guys with the impossibly hooky pop-country tunes come to town, bringing with them Little Big Town (whose harmonies we adore), Thompson Square (not a country version of Thompson Twins) and Edens Edge (someone please tell this group it needs an apostrophe). 7 p.m. Friday. Gexa Energy Pavilion, Dallas. $31.50-$66.75. 800-745-3000; www.ticketmaster.com.
2. Singin' in the Rain 60th Anniversary: It's the movie that had us swinging around lampposts and wanting to be in musical theater when we grew up. The film classic, with Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor, is 60 years old, and there's a special anniversary screening at area theaters. 7 p.m. Thursday. Rave North East Mall, Rave Ridgmar, Regal Fossil Creek, Hulen Movie Tavern and the Cinemark theaters in Grapevine, Mansfield, Denton and Alliance. Adult tickets $12.50. For complete locations, visit www.fathomevents.com.
3. Woody Guthrie: I Ain't Got No Home: On what would have been the legendary Okie folkie's 100th birthday, Arts Fifth Avenue celebrates his music with Bruce Williams and friends and a documentary film, plus poetry, prose and more. 7 p.m. Saturday. Arts Fifth Avenue, 1628 Fifth Ave., Fort Worth. $15. 817-923-9500; www.artsfifthavenue.org.
4. The Divine Sister : If there's any actor in the country who can take up Charles Busch's mantle as the drag star of his camptastic plays, it's Dallas' Coy Covington, who is Busch-approved. Next, Covington plays a nun in Busch's satire of religious plays, presented by Uptown Players. Friday through July 29. Kalita Humphreys Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas. $25-$35. 214-219-2718; www.uptownplayers.org.
5. Parker County Peach Festival: Whatever goes on in the world, it's made better by peaches. Parker County's annual celebration of the sweet, juicy, fuzzy fruit is back. There'll be ice cream, cobbler, cake, pie, juleps, smoothies and pure joy. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. Downtown Weatherford. $5, free ages 12 and younger. www.peachfestivaltx.com.
6. Sundance Square Sidewalk Sale: Stroll through downtown Fort Worth this weekend and find sales at shops throughout the square. Look for deals from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday at everywhere from Bass Hall and the Texas Rangers Team Shop to Earth Bones, Pappagallo and Retro Cowboy. www.sundancesquare.com.
7. Rhythmic Circus: Feet Don't Fail Me Now: The title of this group makes it sound like another Cirque knockoff, but really it's more about dance -- tap, to be specific. 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bass Hall, Fort Worth. $38.50. 817-212-4280; www.basshall.com.
8. Taste of Dallas : Part of the fun at this year's event, if you have kids, is taking them to the petting zoo in the children's area. And then later explaining to them what they're eating in the tasting booths. Circle of life, people. Circle of life. TOD features food from Dallas' top restaurants, wine and beer tastings, cookbook signings, and more. 4-11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Fair Park, Dallas. $8 one-day admission, free for kids 12 and under; parking $12. www.tasteofdallas.org.
9. Festival of Independent Theatres: The 14th year for this event looks to have another terrific lineup of eight one-act plays/short performances by local groups. Titles this year include Conversations With God and Other Women I've Known, I Met You and I Screamed and NYC Coyote Existential. Friday through Aug. 4. Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther Drive, Dallas. Festival passes $60-$70, tickets per performance block $18. 800-617-6904; www.festivalofindependenttheatres.org.
10. Company : You might know this brilliant Sondheim musical for the song The Ladies Who Lunch, which was originated by the great Elaine Stritch. You'll hear it and other songs in a new way as Jubilee Theatre closes its season with a multiracial production, with an African-American lead character, Bobby, the single guy everyone wants to fix up. Previews Friday through July 19, opens July 20, runs through Aug. 12. Jubilee Theatre, 506 Main St., Fort Worth. $10-$25. 817-338-4411; www.jubileetheatre.org.
11. Asian Film Festival of Dallas: The 11th annual event kicks off with Takashi Miike's Ace Attorney, and continues with other films by Asian filmmakers, including shorts, features, documentaries and more. Thursday through July 19. Magnolia Theatre, 3699 McKinney Ave., Dallas. $5-$12.50 for most movies, $159 festival pass. 2012.asianfilmdallas.com.
" 12. Greatest Show on Earth: Vintage Sideshow Banners": And since the big circus is about to be in town, get a taste of old-time circuses with this exhibit of vintage banners at the inimitable Webb Gallery. Saturday through Sept. 9. Webb Gallery, 209 W. Franklin St., Waxahachie. Free. 972-938-8085; www.webbartgallery.com.