The Nasher Sculpture Garden is a rare gem any old time of the year, but on the third Friday of every month it transforms into the city's most bucolic outdoor concert and film screening venue. Each event is a little different, with scavenger hunts, progressive museum tours, and special exhibitions. Next month's show on June 19 falls concurrent with the Dallas Arts District's Summer Block Party. It kicks off at 6 p.m. with an acoustic singer-songwriter spotlight with a TBA artist chosen via social media suggestions. Then at 7, Austin-based rock band Quiet Company hits the stage loudly before a screening of a more family-friendly version of A Fish Called Wanda. (Which we didn't know was possible, but there you go.) Admission is free, but reservations for picnic dining must be made in advance. Beat the deadline by requesting your space online.