Sweet Daddy, Ty Dietz and Rev. Fred, Mexicana and Selfie

SD THANKS EVE FBCorpus Christi rockers Sweet Daddy host one of the biggest parties of the year with its annual Thanksgiving Eve Super Jam on Wednesday at House of Rock. Thrill (Houston punk band) begins at 9 p.m., followed by Sweet Daddy at 10 p.m., Blue Healer (Austin indie rock) and The Palatines (McAllen punk rock) closing the night out on the second stage. Beers are $2.50 all night.

SELFIEJoin the musical journey with veteran South Texas singer-songwriters Thursday as House of Rock features Ty Dietz and the Rev. Fred Cook. Doors are at 9 p.m. Ty Dietz is a folk/Americana artist who spins tales from personal experience and his imagination with the ease that comes with his years of hard work at honing his craft. Fred Cook, the frontman of Hobo, delves into tales of dark, quirky characters with his engaging songwriting.

With urban/Latin roots, Mexicana is one of the most progressive up-and-coming bands around. Check out the Corpus Christi group Friday at House of Rock. Doors are at 9 p.m. Mexicana tracks blend elements of hip-hop, rock, mariachi and electronica into their music. Breaking the boundaries of traditional latin music by adding a unique spin to their formula, you can expect to hear booming 808’s, old school loops, electronic sounds combined with heavy guitars and pounding drums. The addition of mariachi instruments creates a powerful sound that is sure to spread across all genres of music lovers. Spanish/English rap lyrics by female lead vocalist Mexicana and backing rap verses by Beatzilla and Rhino finalize the power trio’s musical style.

Selfie presents a Dunebilly, reggae party Saturday at House of Rock. Doors are at 7 p.m.