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AirHogs Stadium

AirHogs Stadium is a multi-use facility in Grand Prairie, TX conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It is designed to accommodate events year-round including minor league baseball and soccer, youth sports, concerts, festivals, community, charity and corporate events.

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Adrian Hulet

Adrian Hulet with a star-studded line up of musicians. Ft. members of Snarky Puppy: Mark Lettieri (guitar) Shaun Martin (keys) Jason "JT" Thomas (drums) and Wes Stephenson from The Funky Knuckles on Bass.


Air Review

Air Review is a band from Dallas, Texas. Their song, America’s Son, became one of the most requested songs on north Texas’ 91.7 KXT who later included it in their “Best Songs of 2011” right next to Adele, Foster the People and Coldplay. America’s Son also caught the attention of The Huffington Post and CMJ who claimed it was “a very different sound from other folk-pop groups and considered the band one to watch in 2012”. Air Review’s dynamic live shows have landed them support slots for acts such as Flaming Lips, Portugal. The Man, Grimes and School of Seven Bells. Their knack for engaging melodies has turned heads around the world securing licensing with the International Olympic Committee and Levi’s. In recent years, writing became a form of therapy. It was a place to share burdens and turn them into something meaningful. The process of crafting these songs became an invaluable season. Denton, Texas-based producer Matt Pence (Centro-Matic, Sara Jaffe) and East Coast producer Scott Solter (St. Vincent, Spoon) honed the overall effect, resulting in 13 tracks and a brand new, pop-focused sound for the band. At its core, the new album ‘How We Got By’ out June 21st on Velvet Blue Music, is a celebration of basic humanity and the many painful and heartwarming events that connect us. Air Review’s hope is that it might bring joy or clarity to others who are struggling.



Bethan is band from Dallas, Texas who simply makes music that they love. They're currently developing a collection of songs inspired by George Gershwin, Tom Waits, David Lynch, and Serge Gainsbourg. Time Gone By, the band's first full length album, was recorded at Redwood Studios in Denton, Texas with McKenzie Smith (of Midlake) and released by Velvet Blue Music.


Doug Burr

Doug Burr is a local legend. Or, at least we think he should be recognized as such. Burr has released 11 albums and received much critical acclaim.

What was Burr doing for the last five years? Well, if his latest record is any indication, he was wandering the desert and receiving signs of a great and terrible prophecy: Burr sounds more aggressive than he ever has, possessed with an almost Biblical fury and righteousness. The songs on Pale White Dove positively erupt, as if they can’t wait to break out and see the light of day. This is great, invigorating stuff, and I only hope it doesn’t take another half-decade for the next one. - D Magazine


The Depot at Cleburne Station is a multi-use facility located in Cleburne, TX that opened in May 2017. It is designed to accommodate events year-round including professional baseball and soccer, youth sports, community, charity and corporate events, concerts, and a variety of entertainment.


The Foundry

Comfortable and casual West Dallas Venue for great live music, drinks and grub. Take a seat outside in the storage containers, the picnic tables, or inside at the bar. Live entertainment on a unique, pallet-wood-built stage that you must see. Come hang.

Mansfield Performing Arts Center

The dual-purpose facility features a premier stage and auditorium complete with seating for 5,500 and banquet/meeting space for 500. The Mansfield ISD Center for the Performing Arts is 141,500 square feet of pure awesome.

Modern ‘till Midnight

Annual music and arts event held at The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum.

Savor Dallas

Savor Dallas is the ultimate epicurean extravaganza, featuring the rich texture of signature, chef-driven flavors, endless wine, beer, and spirits tasting opportunities, live entertainment, and cultural experiences that define the vibrant Dallas landscape. More than 6,000 food and drink enthusiasts will attend the Savor Dallas festival in 2017. 75+ restaurants, 450+ wines, 65+ spirits.

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Scout at The Statler is all about sharing, socializing and answering the call of the wild with our 12,000-square-foot dining, drinking and adult gaming hub. Scout is the perfect spot to share memories (and friendly competition) over a game of pool, a round of bowling, or a set of ping pong. Big spreads like fried chicken and fajitas are perfect for a crowd while pitchers of craft beer, bottles of wine and craft cocktails by the carafe satisfy everyone in your group. Check out our smokin' line-up of live dj's, bands and other happenings.

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The Statler Ballroom

The Reawakening of an Icon. The recently renovated historic hotel is full of amenities including 4 restaurants, a social space and adult gaming hub consisting of bowling, ping pong and live music, speakeasy bar, rooftop pool, fitness center, coffee shop and a 14,500-square-foot music venue. Jackson 5, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Tina Turner, and Styx were just a few of the many entertainers who played the original Statler Ballroom stage.


Jason Isbell, Leon Bridges, Weezer, Pat Green, Gary Clark Jr., Lucinda Williams, Big Boi (Outkast), Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), Fitz & the Tantrums, De La Soul, Mavis Staples, Maren Morris, Marky Ramone, CAKE, Fred Armisen, Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac), Portugal The Man, Trombone Shorty, Gin Blossoms, Ryan Bingham, Dawes, Jimmy Eat World, Elle King, The Flaming Lips, Cypress Hill, Larry Wilmore, Fleet Foxes, Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star), Lord Huron, The Mavericks, Kaleo, Justin Townes Earl, Local Natives, Beach House,Galactic, Naughty By Nature, Hayes Carll, TV On The Radio, Ghostland Observatory, Old 97’s, Allen Stone, Pokey LaFarge, The Toadies, Drive By Truckers, Metric, Dr. Dog, Shovels & Rope, Charles Bradley, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Dirty River Boys, Jackopierce, GZA, Saint Motel, Sarah Jaffe, Midlake, Alejandro Escovedo, Reverend Horton Heat, Cold War Kids, The Church, Neon Indian, Vanessa Bayer, Black Joe Lewis, Billy Joe Shaver, Lucero, Grimes, Gregory Alan Isakov, Reckless Kelly, George Winston, Bishop Briggs, Atlas Genius, Jr. Jr., Deltron 3030, Manchester Orchestra, Gogol Bordello, Lee Fields, Phosphorescent, Rayland Baxter, James McMurtry, Thurston Moore, School of Seven Bells, Charley Crockett, Low, David Bazan, Deer Tick, Toro Y Moi, Explosions in the Sky, Grupo Fantasma, The Books, The New Year, Built to Spill, David Ramirez…thousands of concerts in DFW and across Texas!