American Airlines Center
Entertainment and eating go hand in hand. Whether you’re going to a concert or a traveling Broadway show, these DFW restaurants are the best places to dine before showtime.
More than 50,000 people are expected to attend Megafest, the largest spiritual festival in the nation.
The concerts this fall in DFW offer a lot of different choices for music lovers. From pop to classic rock and everything in between, there are great artists covering all tastes.
On the heels of releasing their newest song, “The Best Song Ever,” the boy band One Direction will be at the American Airlines Center Monday night.
An Anna teen, who is recovering from surgery, is getting an unexpected second dream come true with a meet and greet with Justin Bieber before his Dallas concert.
Tonight marks the return of Jason “Jet” Terry to the American Airlines Center. What waits for the current Boston Celtics Guard is a great deal of history and a fan base eager to see him return.
The Dallas Stars are headed back to the ice. And while that’s good news for hockey fans, it’s better news for business owners near the AAC.
DFW is approaching the largest countdown of the year, excitedly preparing to bring in 2013 with a bang. While the 21-and-older crowd is well served for the occasion, DFW will also host New Year’s parties for families of any age. For the more family oriented party goers, DFW offers an abundance of locales offering up family friendly New Year’s parties with the same amount of pizazz and flair as one would expect the new year to bring.
If you’re a lover of great music, DFW is one of the best places to live. With a variety of concerts to look forward to in 2013, there is sure to be a concert to fit almost any musical taste from rock to pop and most everything in between. With venues from The House of Blues to the American Airlines Center, artists are guaranteed a venue that suits their (and your) musical tastes.
Will Dirk Nowitzki’s return to the Mavs court be a Christmas gift? It is certainly a cause for celebration as of Wednesday afternoon, as the iconic star engaged in his first full-contact practice of the season.
Due to “severe laryngitis,” Madonna is canceling her show at the American Airlines Center scheduled for Saturday, October 20th.
From the final weekend of the State Fair of Texas to a comic convention featuring Stan Lee, there are plenty of events happening across North Texas.