Tasha’s To Do List: June 26-29, 2014
First, you need to know that it is not called Les- Miserable. Second, you need to know that it is an awesome play and if you have never seen it, you need to get a move on. Check out Les Miserables Friday night (June 27) at the Wyly Theatre in Dallas.
The premier concert series “Cool Thursdays” at the Dallas Arboretum, sells out again. Thursday June 26th featuring Eagles tribute band ‘Fast Lane’ is officially SOLD OUT, but don’t miss the Dallas Wind Symphony, the LAST concert of the spring/summer series on July 3 as part of the Independence Day celebration.
Saturday nights are sizzling at the Dallas Zoo with the Safari Nights evening concert series. Enjoy great music, food and drinks and hang out with some real animals at the same time. Saturday night (June 28), it is the music of Texas singer/songwriter Sarah Hickman.
This week’s Concerts in the Garden at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden features the music of the Rolling Stones (June 27). Break out the picnic basket and relax under the stars while listening to great music provided by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and friends.
Some compare these guys to Coldplay, but the band says their influences range from The Wallflowers to the Counting Crows to Better than Ezra and U2. See The Fray Saturday night (June 28) at Verizon.
If you think a weekend isn’t a weekend unless it contains a healthy dose of rock music…you’ll be happy to know that Texas’ own Drowning Pool is playing Trees Saturday night (June28).
This band says they have been shaking booties since 1973 and you can shake yours with them this Sunday night (June 29) at Winstar. Check out KC & Sunshine Band.
It is The Cat Days of Summer at the Humane Society of North Texas. During the Cat Days of Summer the Humane Society of North Texas is offering 75% off the adoption fees on cats and kittens at all five adoption centers through July 31.
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