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Culinary and Musical Superstars Prepare for Addison’s Fork & Cork Festival

Culinary and Musical Superstars Prepare for Addison’s Fork & Cork Festival

Tweet If you live in the heart of Dallas, you may not tend to travel to Addison for much more than boots of beer at Oktoberfest. Little did you know, Addison is home to more than 170 restaurants in just 4.3 square miles, making it one of the most unique culinary destinations in the United [...]

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Releases Artist Names to Present at Soluna International Music & Arts Festival

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Releases Artist Names to Present at Soluna International Music & Arts Festival

Tweet The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) recently announced selected program details for the first annual SOLUNA: International Music & Arts Festival, launching in the Dallas Arts District May 7-24, 2015. Themed Destination (America), the inaugural festival will debut commissioned works and present unique projects by internationally acclaimed music and visual artists. “When looking for artists to participate in [...]

Local Artists Set The Stage for RAW: Dallas Presents SPECTRUM

Local Artists Set The Stage for RAW: Dallas Presents SPECTRUM

So the weekend is coming to a close and you're already wondering what will be going on next weekend. What better way to start things off than by supporting some local talent at the upcoming SPECTRUM event presented by RAW: natural born artists.

All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish (and more) This Weekend at Salute to King Creole Crawfish Festival

All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish (and more) This Weekend at Salute to King Creole Crawfish Festival

It’s Thursday, y’all. And you know what that means: it’s time to plan your weekend! But let me guess: you’ve been busy. These past few weeks have been insane. You’ve been working more than usual, your google calendar is triple booked, and you can barely even find the time to check facebook at work anymore. Worst of all? Your social life is suffering. It’s like, how do you even find the time to go out anymore?

Could Suburbia Music Festival in Plano be the Next Coachella or Bonnaroo?

Could Suburbia Music Festival in Plano be the Next Coachella or Bonnaroo?

While the Dallas music festival scene isn't quite like the big boys in Tennessee or California yet, the ‘burbs seem to be on the right track. Music lovers, feast your ears on Suburbia: a two-day, mixed-genre music festival right in our backyard.

Deep Ellum Arts Festival 2013 Starts This Friday

Deep Ellum Arts Festival 2013 Starts This Friday

The most anticipated event of the year, the 19th annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival, transforms six city blocks of Main Street in the Deep Ellum entertainment district into a spectacular visual and performing arts festival featuring 200 juried decorative and visual artists from throughout the country, 100 original bands, singer/songwriters and performance artists performing only original music from 5 different stages, bountiful food and drink and the renowned Sunday Pet Parade. An "Arty Party" for all of the senses, this unique gathering with tantalizing sights, sounds and flavors showcases everything that makes Deep Ellum the most interesting and evolving neighborhood in the Metroplex. Even the people watching is amazing!

First Round of Bands Announced for Homegrown Fest 2013

First Round of Bands Announced for Homegrown Fest 2013

Tweet If the first round of bands serves as an indicator, this will be the best year yet of Homegrown Music and Arts Festival. This morning the first seven bands were announced for the fourth annual Homegrown on May 11, 2013 at Main Street Garden Park. The line-up includes some up-and-coming Texas bands, as well [...]

October at the Nasher Sculpture Center: Activities & Things to Do

October at the Nasher Sculpture Center: Activities & Things to Do

Need to impress a date with your class and culture? Need something fun and family friendly to do with the kiddos on the weekend? The Nasher Sculpture Center has what you are looking for in October.

Maggie McClure and Shane Henry Live at The Prophet Bar

Maggie McClure and Shane Henry Live at The Prophet Bar

Maggie McClure and Shane Henry (newlyweds originally from OK but now based out of Los Angeles) are playing a show at The Prophet Bar opening for Derek Webb. Also opening is Paige CXVI.

Maggie and Shane's original music has recently been featured on MTV, CBS, and E! shows, as well as movie Cowgirls N' Angels (which premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival 2012).

TONIGHT: Mat Kearney Acoustic Concert at Aloft

TONIGHT: Mat Kearney Acoustic Concert at Aloft

Tweet Mat Kearney will perform at Aloft in downtown Dallas on Monday, September 17, 2012. Kearney is in town with Train to perform at The Verizon Center on Saturday, September 15, 2012.  His live show at Aloft Dallas downtown is a great time to catch his performance if you can't make it to The Verizon Center. Doors open at [...]