Original Eisley band member Sherri Dupree belts out a song while performing at Trees in Deep Ellum in Dallas Texas Tuesday December 1, 2015.

Original Eisley band member Sherri Dupree belts out a song while performing at Trees in Deep Ellum in Dallas Texas Tuesday December 1, 2015.

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Going to concerts can be an expensive hobby, but July is your chance to catch several notable bands, including East Texas pop group Eisley, synth-pop duo Night Drive and indie stalwart Savoy, for free.

I repeat: For free!

From July 17-23, Granada Theater will be hosting nightly shows that live-music addicts can attend without paying a cover. The venue will let people in for free until it hits capacity.

"To be able to give back to fans is something we care deeply about," said Mike Schoder, the venue's owner, in a statement. "They're the reason we're able to do what we do, so it's our way of saying thank you."

If you'd rather not run the risk of showing up late and being stopped at the door, you can purchase them online for $5, the cost of which includes a complimentary drink when you get there. Admit it -- you were going to buy one anyway.

Here's the concert schedule for Free Week in Dallas:

July 18: Valise, Northern National, and Jacob Metcalf

July 19: Micky and the Motorcars, Dirty River Boys and the Stateboro Revue

July 20: Quaker City Night Hawks, Oil Boom, and the Roomsounds

July 21: Night Drive, Blackbird Blackbird, Nite and Nervous Curtains

July 22: Eisley, Ume, and Jessie Frye

July 23: Savoy (DJ set), Run DMT and DJ Red Eye

If you love live music, check out our list of the best concerts coming up.

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