What You're Doing Tonight: April 15

So your taxes are done and it's time to celebrate! But what to do? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

We're kicking off the night in New Haven, where you can kick back with your friends for some free food and cheap drinks.

Chow New Haven offers a "Sip 'n' Chow" deal. You can enjoy $5 glasses of wine or $3 beer and sangria, all while enjoying complimentary "chow." On Wednesdays, they offer Asian Meatballs. Yummy.

Once you've had your fill, it's time to DANCE. There are places all over Connecticut to cut a rug (as the young'ins like to say).

Rapture in New Haven is the first stop on our dance party tour.  The club offers multiple DJs and features electro, alternative, synth-pop, new wave, electroclash and EBM (we're pretty sure they made a couple of those genres up.)

Next up -- Hartford.

It's Wayback Wednesday at Room 960. Throw on your flannel and get your dance on at the club's midweek party with Hot 93.7 DJs Craig G and Playtime.

The last stop on our Magical Mystery Dance Tour is the Hungry Tiger in Manchester. Eric Sack is your Dance Party host. He's got some game too, having shared the stage with members of the Allman Brothers and Phish.

OK, so not much of a dancer? Why not get yourself a little culture and head to the theater.

Ernest Hemingway's classic "The Old Man and the Sea" is showing at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater. The play tells the story of a boy recounting an old Cuban fisherman’s 85-day struggle to land the greatest catch of his life.

Tickets will run you $32-62 apiece.

Wait, you did get your taxes done right?

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