Dallas

Best Seats for Dallas

25 Affordable Events

Feb 26

Mon . 08:00 PM

New York Islanders at Dallas Stars

American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

Feb 26

Mon . 08:30 PM

Alkaline Trio with Drug Church

House of Blues - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 26

Mon . 09:00 PM

The Undercover Dream Lovers

Club Dada, Dallas, TX

Feb 26

Mon . 09:00 PM

Bratty

Trees - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 27

Tue . 07:30 PM

Oklahoma State Cowboys at Dallas Baptist Patriots Baseball

Horner Ballpark, Dallas, TX

Feb 27

Tue . 08:00 PM

Drama with Ric Wilson

The Echo Lounge & Music Hall, Dallas, TX

Feb 27

Tue . 08:30 PM

Beetlejuice - The Musical - Dallas

Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas, TX

Feb 27

Tue . 09:00 PM

Josiah & The Bonnevilles with Mon Rovia

Club Dada, Dallas, TX

Feb 27

Tue . 09:00 PM

Enjoy

Trees - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 08:00 PM

Crosses

House of Blues - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 08:30 PM

Beetlejuice - The Musical - Dallas

Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 09:00 PM

TALK

Studio at the Factory, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 09:00 PM

The Green

Granada Theater, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 09:00 PM

Futurebirds with The Nude Party

The Echo Lounge & Music Hall, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 09:00 PM

Kid Bloom

Cambridge Room at House Of Blues - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 28

Wed . 09:00 PM

Decibel Magazine Tour

Trees - Dallas, Dallas, TX

Feb 29

Thu . 07:30 PM

Grand Canyon Lopes at UT Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros Womens Basketball

Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX

Feb 29

Thu . 08:00 PM

Winnipeg Jets at Dallas Stars

American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX

Feb 29

Thu . 08:30 PM

Beetlejuice - The Musical - Dallas

Music Hall at Fair Park, Dallas, TX

Feb 29

Thu . 09:00 PM

Towrs

The Kessler Theater, Dallas, TX

Feb 29

Thu . 09:00 PM

Magic City Hippies with The Palms

The Echo Lounge & Music Hall, Dallas, TX

Mar 01

Fri . 08:30 PM

Dallas Opera - Dallas

Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dallas, TX

Mar 01

Fri . 08:30 PM

LANY

South Side Ballroom, Dallas, TX

Mar 01

Fri . 08:30 PM

Indigo Girls

Longhorn Ballroom, Dallas, TX

Mar 01

Fri . 08:30 PM

Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Dallas

Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, TX
Dallas, Texas, a city known for its vibrant mix of modernity and tradition, offers a wide array of entertainment options. Let's start with music. Acts like Eric Clapton and Madonna have previously graced the stages of venues like the American Airlines Center and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Meyerson Center. In the realm of classical music, the Dallas Opera offer unparalleled performances, providing patrons with high-quality acoustics at their home venues.

The city is home to various teams that generate fervor and community pride. The Dallas Mavericks for basketball and the Dallas Cowboys for football often dominate headlines and conversations. If you're more of a soccer fan, FC Dallas provides a top-notch Major League Soccer experience. These sporting events usually take place in massive arenas such as the AT&T Stadium and the American Airlines Center, which are equipped with the latest technology to enhance your viewing experience.

Dallas has always had an active comedy scene with comedians like Ron White emerging from its talent pool. The Addison Improv and Dallas Comedy House have previously hosted up-and-coming comics, making them the ideal places to discover fresh talent before they become household names. Venues like the Winspear Opera House, part of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, often host more established comedians.

Theater in Dallas has been gaining traction in the last few years with venues like the Kalita Humphreys Theater attracting Broadway-level talent. Shows like "Rent" and "Chicago" have played in these venues to critical acclaim. Moreover, Dallas Children's Theater is an exciting option if you are looking to introduce the younger generation to the performing arts.

Concerts in Dallas


Dallas has been a pulsating scene for concerts ranging from indie to mainstream acts, all found across diverse venues that cater to every auditory palate. Take the Bomb Factory in Deep Ellum; its industrial setting has hosted bands like the Black Keys and Gorillaz, delivering a gritty experience that resonates with the younger audience. South Side Ballroom is another venue that strikes a balance between size and atmosphere, often welcoming artists who are on the verge of breaking into mainstream consciousness; think along the lines of The Chainsmokers and Chance the Rapper before they blew up.

For those who seek a more intimate setting, the Kessler Theater offers a unique experience. Musicians like Neko Case and Rufus Wainwright have been known to perform here, providing a personal, acoustic experience. Dos Equis Pavilion caters to the outdoor concert crowd, hosting various music festivals and performances by established names like Lana Del Rey and The Killers. The venue is sizable but designed in a way that avoids the feeling of a vast, impersonal space.

Then you have the big venues like the American Airlines Center, designed for large-scale events. Madonna and Paul McCartney have been among the luminaries to perform here, and the space is equipped with cutting-edge technology for an immersive experience. When it comes to sound quality and viewing angles, venues in Dallas are keeping up with or setting new standards in the industry.

Sports in Dallas


The city is home to several major teams that have garnered nationwide attention. On the professional front, the Dallas Mavericks, led by sensational players like Luka Dončić, play their home games at the American Airlines Center, a venue known for its state-of-the-art facilities. The NFL's Dallas Cowboys, one of the most valuable sports franchises in the world, play at AT&T Stadium in nearby Arlington, a stadium that is almost a tourist attraction in itself, with its retractable roof and giant video screen. FC Dallas holds down the soccer fort in Frisco at Toyota Stadium, which is also host to the NCAA FCS football championship.

Southern Methodist University (SMU) is within the city itself and plays in the American Athletic Conference. Their basketball team plays at Moody Coliseum, and their football team at Gerald J. Ford Stadium, both located on the SMU campus. The University of Texas at Arlington, known for its basketball program, is about 20 miles away and competes in the Sun Belt Conference. Their games are hosted at the College Park Center, a multipurpose arena that provides an intimate viewing experience.

Comedy in Dallas


Comedy in Dallas offers a wide range of experiences from established performers to upcoming talents, all showcased across a variety of stages. Addison Improv, for instance, has a long-standing tradition of featuring diverse comedic styles, from observational to slapstick; it's where names like John Caparulo and Aries Spears have had the crowd in stitches. Then there's the Dallas Comedy House in Deep Ellum, a venue that's smaller but no less influential, often a testing ground for local talents and touring comedians alike, such as Mark Normand and Fortune Feimster.

Hyena's Comedy Nightclub has locations in both Dallas and Plano and has seen a roster of strong performers including Michael Che and Chris D'Elia. This venue often offers a more uncensored experience, appealing to those who like their comedy a bit raw. Another venue, Backdoor Comedy Club, provides a platform for emerging talents who frequently go on to have significant careers.

Theater Shows in Dallas


Dallas's theater scene has welcomed an eclectic mix of performances, from classic plays to cutting-edge dramas and musicals. The Dallas Theater Center, for instance, featured intriguing productions like "Steel Magnolias" and "The Wolves," the latter a Pulitzer Prize finalist that explores the lives of a high school girls' soccer team. At the AT&T Performing Arts Center, you might have caught a performance of "Fun Home," a poignant musical memoir that delves into themes of family and identity.

Then there's the Kalita Humphreys Theater, where Tennessee Williams’ "A Streetcar Named Desire" received a contemporary adaptation, breathing new life into the classic. The Majestic Theatre, an opulent venue dating back to 1921, has been a host for a range of performances, including smaller, more experimental shows like "Hand to God," a dark comedy that explores themes of faith and morality.

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