If music turns your mood on, then Dallas is going to give an unforgettable time. The American airlines center is a stop on practically every major concert tour in the country, while the bomb factory is the place to catch a more intimate show. In the mood for a cozier vibe? Then go for the various like music venues in Dallas, including the Granada Theater on Greenville Avenue or the Kessler Theater in the bishop arts district. Whatever genre you’re into, there’s a concert for you. Let Dallas show you a good time!
Trying to plan for a classy evening in Dallas but dinner-and-a-movie dates just aren’t cutting it anymore? Worry not for Dallas brings you endless options to make your significant other swoon. Check out for the various concerts and performances in Dallas:
Nathan Carter: Celtic Country:
Enjoy the Irish phenomenon Nathan Carter’s action-packed live show at Arlington music hall on May 20 backed by his stellar 6-piece band and with special guest Chloë Agnew. Nathan’s live show is a unique blend of Celtic, country and pop favorites you won’t want to miss with their Irish warmth and infectious energy, you’ll hear hits like “Caledonia” and “wagon wheel.”
Memorial Day music fest:
The lawn comes alive with the Klyde Warren park’s first-ever music festival on 26th of May. Check out performances across multiple stages throughout the day and into the night. Each stage will have something from all types of genres to satisfy lovers of rock, jazz, country and classical. And between performances, you can explore vendor booths, play in the family game zone, have your face painted, and feast on bites from the surrounding food trucks.
Symphonie fantastique & Carmen:
The DSO (Dallas Symphony Orchestra) performs selections from Symphonie fantastique & Carmen. The concert will be featuring the Lynn Harrell concerto competition winner and side-by-side performances with the greater Dallas youth orchestra. It’s going to take place at one of the finest halls in America.
Florida Georgia line concert:
Multi-platinum superstar duo, Florida Georgia line, is bringing their can’t say I ain’t country tour to Dallas, TX on June 14 at Dos Equis pavilion. Dan and Shay & Morgan Wallen will serve as special guests of the show.
Mary Fahl, formerly from October project:
Mary Fahl, with her awe-inspiring vocals, first achieved fame in the 1990s as the lead singer of the chamber-pop group, October project. Since then, she’s released a series of compelling solo albums, including her stunning re-working of Pink Floyd’s dark side of the moon, live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House and, her most recent, love and gravity. Scheduled for 13th of June at the post at river east.
There are plenty of fun things to do for a classy evening in Dallas, but like most visitors, it’s what Dallas has to offer in the evening that makes a trip memorable and you can easily fit in some night activities to make the most of your time. If you’re a sports fanatic, an art lover, a history buff, an adrenaline junkie, or all of the above, Dallas has you covered.