The Majestic Theatre is a performing arts theater in the City Center District of Downtown Dallas. It is the last remnant of Theater Row, the city’s historic entertainment center on Elm Street. The Majestic hosted a variety of acts from Houdini to Mae West and Bob Hope during the vaudeville era. Beginning in 1922, films were added and Big Bands featuring Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington continued the tradition of live entertainment. Today, guests can enjoy plays, national dance, and musical productions and concerts.
The American Airlines Center is Dallas’ Premier Sports and Entertainment arena, and home to the NHL’s Dallas Stars and NBA’s Dallas Mavericks.
Snug, funky hangout featuring craft beers, tacos, and an eclectic mix of local & national bands.
The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is a concert hall located in Dallas’ Arts District. Considered the crown jewel of the Arts District for its architecture and excellent acoustics. Neil Young has called it one of his favorite places to play in the world.
Converted Ford factory turned live music venue and event space in the heart of Deep Ellum.
The Bomb Factory was commissioned during WWII to produce bombs and ammunition for the armed forces, hence the name “Bomb Factory”. In the mid-90’s, The Bomb Factory was transformed into a venue and has hosted such iconic bands as Radiohead, Sonic Youth, The Ramones, Nine Inch Nails, and Fugazi at its peak.
All-ages venue for live music performed on a huge outdoor patio by local rockers.