Luckily, the second act was a memorable one. The self titled "Circus-Punk" band, The World Inferno Friendship Society played a wonderful set. The mix match band of reject punks brought not only a very charming, quirky, charismatic, and insane stage show, but a whole new twist on punk rock that is comparable only to bands such as Gogol Bordello, and incorporated more than just your basic rock band instruments. The World Inferno included a Saxophone as well as a Fiddle. They are definitely a band worth checking out.
Finally, The Adicts took the stage with many of their usual antics, and probably a few new cards up their sleeves as well. Aside from the typical ingredients for a good show (playing all of the crowd favorites, explosive energy, blah blah blah) the Adicts also incorporated more than your standard amount of crowd involvement by, like with many of their shows, inviting all of the girls in the audience on the stage to dance while they performed "Naughty Girl". With a tight blend of card tricks, silly string, never ending ribbons (the lead singer, Monkey, pulled a dozen out of his mouthy) and antics you could only expect from a band like the Adicts, many would say that their performance in Dallas was an outright success.