Spring may have sprung one last winter surprise on Central Iowa, but don't let that thin layer of snow keep you from going out tonight. Here are two concerts to help you finish off your Monday night right.
Ska punkers Reel Big Fish will headline Wooly's in Des Moines' East Village tonight. The Huntington Beach natives' musical career now spans nearly 25 years, and the band will bring songs from their eight Billboard-charting studio albums to Des Moines Monday night. The band has just a few more U.S. tour dates before heading off to Rockfest in Canada and then kicking off a headlining tour of the U.K. Reel Big Fish will be joined on the Wooly's stage by tourmates Suburban Legends and Beebs and Her Money Makers. The show will kick off at 7 p.m., and tickets are still available for $22 at the door or online through Ticketfly. This is an all ages concert event. Check out music from Reel Big Fish's latest album Candy Coated Fury in the embedded video.
Vaudeville Mews in Downtown Des Moines will host Omaha pop rock/post-punk band See Through Dresses tonight. The band released their self-titled debut album in November of last year, and have been touring the U.S. ever since. Opening the show at 8 p.m. will be Minneapolis-based downer rock band Dan Mariska and The Boys Choir, Ames shoegaze band Liana, and Ames progressive gypsy punk band T.A.R.A.M.I.S. There will be a $7 cover charge for this 21-and-over show.