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The guy not only sells out arenas but he sells out multiple nights in every town he plays. See the one and only Garth Brooks at the AAC tonight through Tuesday. Thursday September 17- Tuesday September 22.
The Addison Oktoberfest kicks off today with the official tapping of the keg and runs through Sunday (Thursday September 17 –Sunday September 20). They will also have a German Spelling Bee…German Idol which is Addison’s original Yodeling Competition…Addison Oktoberfest Run for the Children 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run…Bier Barrel Rolling …Bier Barrel Bowling …a DAWG Pretzel Run Agility Course…a “Dach” Sunday Parade as in Dachshunds…and a “Dach” Sunday Dash.
The 29th Annual Grapefest is today through Sunday in Grapevine…(Thursday September 17- Sunday September 20). The 29th Annual GrapeFest, A Wine Experience, in Historic Downtown Grapevine will give you the chance to sample Texas wines from across the state and the opportunity to take part in a GrapeStomp. They will also offer a Kids World…GrapeFest Golf Classic…GrapeFest Tennis Classic… ItalianCarFest and three stages offering live music
The 2015 Southwest RV Supershow kicks off today and runs through Sunday at Dallas Market Hall (Thursday September 17- September 20).This year, they’ll have all new Class A motorhomes, from basic to luxury coaches that will amaze and delight. They’ll also have the practical and easy to handle Class B motorhomes that your mama can drive.
Need some new wheels? Then check out the Mecum Dallas Auction at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Thursday September 17- Saturday September 19. They’ll have over 1 thousand vehicles to choose from.
Tonight’s Dallas Arboretum Cool Thursdays features Warehouse, a Dave Matthews tribute (Thursday September 17).
Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat will be at Bass Hall Friday September 18- Sunday September 20.
Fly high this weekend at the Plano Balloonfest Friday September 18- Sunday September 20. They’ll even have fireworks!
The Irving Main Street Event is set for Friday September 18-Saturday September 20…celebrating Irving’s ‘Hometown’ Feel. They will have live music, the Manifolds on Main Street Car Show, free rides and activities for children, food and shopping.
The Stitches Knitting and Crocheting Show is at the Irving Convention Center Friday September 18- Sunday September 20.
Groove to the smooth sounds of Bill Medley and BJ Thomas at Choctaw Casino Saturday September 19.
Get your fill of Beer Bourbon and Brisket at the festival of the same name at Panther Island Pavilion Saturday September 19. The third annual event along the Trinity River will showcase beer and bourbon from some of the best local and regional breweries and distilleries and also feature brisket from the sweetest BBQ joints around!
Autumn at the Arboretum kicks off this Saturday September 19- November 25. This year’s exhibit is bigger than ever because everything is bigger in Texas with 75,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash making up the Pumpkin Village. This deal has been voted one of “America’s Best Pumpkin Festivals,” according to Fodor’s Travel. You can take a photo in front of Cinderella’s Carriage or just take a walk and enjoy 150,000 fall-blooming flowers such as chrysanthemums and impatiens. They’ll also have a hay bale maze, a pumpkin patch, scavenger hunts, Mommy and Me Mondays, Tiny Tot Tuesdays, special music and more.
Open auditions for the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker performance at SMU this November are happening this Saturday and Sunday for local student dancers, male and female between the ages of 7 and 16. The auditions will happen at London School of Dance, 565 W. Oates Road, Suite 105, Garland, TX 75043 and Sun, Nov 20, 2pm at Toby’s School of Dance at 224 Campbell Road Village St., Richardson TX 75080. The selected local children will perform beside the professional company of 40 in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker Fri, Nov 20 and Sun, Nov 22 at SMU’s McFarlin Auditorium. Student dancers must have at least one year of ballet training, dress in dance attire and may bring Pointe shoes.
A bunch of stuff to do at the Perot Museum this weekend. Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet 3D offers a prehistoric adventure with dinosaurs from over 70 million years ago. Wildest Weather in the Solar System 3D offers a journey to witness the most beautiful, powerful and mysterious weather phenomena in the solar system. Jerusalem 3D allows you to take a tour of one of the world’s oldest and most enigmatic cities. Destroyed and rebuilt countless times over 5,000 years, Jerusalem remains a mysterious crossroads of religion and civilization.
I hope you are hungry. The Great Texas Food Truck Rally is this Saturday September 19.There will be live music, a beer garden sponsored by The Nodding Donkey and 20+ food trucks. It is all happening on the lawn of Reunion Tower.
The Dallas Arts District Fall Block Party is tomorrow Friday September 18…and they are closing the roads for their biggest Fall Block Party yet with the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Museum of Art, and Nasher Sculpture Center. Special activities will include live concerts, guided tours, local brews, movies and much more. The Fall Block Party is free and lasts until midnight.
The Denton Blues Festival is Saturday September 19 at Quakertown Park.
Get out those spandex pants and white high top tennis shoes. It is Brett Michaels of Poison at Billy Bob’s Texas Friday September 18.
Cinderella lead vocalist Tom Kiefer is doing the solo thing at Gas Monkey Bar and Grill Thursday September 17, 2015.
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