Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay’s Chris Martin took the place of Bono at a concert Monday night in Times Square.
Here is a brief list of some great things to do around DFW this weekend.
A benefit concert held to support the family of former Rangers beat writer Richard Durrett raised more than $200,000 on Monday night in Fort Worth.
It’s been more than two months since the sudden passing of Texas Rangers beat writer and ESPN reporter Richard Durrett. Next week friends and former colleagues are holding an event in his honor.
Thursday Dallas’ park board opted to forgo discussing the aging Gexa Energy Pavilion at Fair Park—but, the problems aren’t going away. The 20,000 seat amphitheater, which first opened in 1988, is showing its age.
Paul McCartney is rescheduling U.S. tour dates as he continues to recover from a virus he received treatment for last month. McCartney, who turns 72 next week, says he’s taking his doctor’s advice and will take more time to rest.
On Saturday the king of country music will end his reign right here in North Texas at AT&T Stadium. Friday night crews were setting the stage for the final concert of George Strait’s final tour.
The George Strait concert at AT&T Stadium this weekend is a hot sale, and scammers are burning victims out of thousands of dollars with fake tickets.
While crowds surrounded the stage in McKinney to see rock star Bret Michaels, the real headliner Sunday night was Lance Corporal Brian Aft. Money donated at the free concert will go towards building the Marine a new house.
Miley Cyrus is postponing more concerts as she remains in a hospital for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
Due to overwhelming fan demand, ubiquitous entertainer Justin Timberlake is bringing his world tour back to North America in the fall, and Dallas will be among his stops.
The eyes of the college basketball world will be on North Texas in less than two weeks when Arlington hosts the men’s NCAA Final Four tournament games at AT&T Stadium.