This weekend you can play tribute to the American Cowboy and an ‘80’s movie all for free!
From mobile pubs and buses decked out like clubs to a karaoke cab and a hearse with lots of pizzazz, these DFW party rides take joy riding to a whole new level.
These bars are serving up the local favorites from breweries right in Dallas, Fort Worth and McKinney.
There is a range of bars in DFW that are great for groups with offerings like private rooms and large patios.
Addison is once again hosting Kaboom Town on Wednesday night. It is one of the most popular fireworks shows in the entire nation.
Long before iPod nanos were on the scene, Sony gave us the Walkman
Mumford & Sons has rescheduled its cancelled headline dates and will play the Gexa Energy Pavilion on September 18.
There will be July 4th celebrations going on all over the Metroplex, featuring some of the best live bands and the largest fireworks displays in Texas.
For people who love food and drinks, it is sometimes hard to find a great place for both. But there are a few places in DFW that do just that, bars with food that would please any foodie.
Twenty-six-year old Vadym Kholodenko won the gold medal in the Fourteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition on Sunday night.
Dallas offers many nightlife events that do not take place at bars.
Summer is a great time to attend music events, and it can be pricey. But at these free DFW music events, you can enjoy your favorite songs without having to break the bank.
Patriotic flags, cuisines and tunes abound on July 4th. The Star Spangled Banner, the most patriotic of American songs, is played on radios, sung by musicians and hummed at barbeques. Famous renditions by singers vary […]