A classic jukebox is a treasure and increasingly difficult to find in this day and age. Here are your best bets to find a classic juke joint in North Texas.
If you love blues music and you live in the DFW area, you’ll want to know about these great venues.
One of the more popular holidays celebrated in America is rooted in Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day in North Texas has become a tradition, and every Irish pub will be doing something to honor the holiday.
Join other emerald-clad folks in Dallas this St. Patrick’s Day for some good old-fashioned beer drinking and shenanigans, and possibly a run.
35 Denton started as an homage to Austin’s SXSW Festival, but it’s grown into the biggest and best music festival in North Texas.
A romantic dinner with a bottle of red wine followed by martinis and live jazz. Sound like an expensive date? It doesn’t have to be.
If you are one of those who believe the music scene is only hot in Los Angeles, New York or Austin, I would advise you to walk down the street and into one of DFW’s plethora of venues and check out the ridiculously high level of musical talent housed in the Metroplex.
No matter what genre or popularity level the music is, there’s a home for it in North Texas.