Editor's Choice Events for Texas
Allen, Allen Eagle Run (2/25): The Allen Eagle Run includes both a family Fun Run/Walk and a 5K Run. Also enjoy the festival-like sponsor area with activities, samples, giveaways, and pictures with mascots.
Austin, Austin CROP Hunger Walk (2/26): Help feed the hungry locally, nationally and throughout the world!
Money raised by CROP Hunger Walks is used to provide food, medical care, disaster relief, and self-help development for needy peopl
Frisco, Theatre Frisco presents Broadway Bound by Neil Simon (2/24 - 3/12): What do you get when you have a philandering husband, a dutiful wife, a devoted daughter, a grumpy, Socialist grandfather and two young men reaching for stardom? It's the third of Neil Simon's autobi
||Nostalgia Series, Pop Stars Then and Now, who do you think changed the most
Abilene, Spanish Texas: Legend & Legacy (9/24 - 3/11): Explore the history of Texas as a unique blend of Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American traditions through Spanish Texas: Legend & Legacy exhibitions at The Grace Museum.
Abilene, Storytime at Chick-Fil-A (South Branch) (2/21): Your South Branch Library would like for kids and parents to join us at the Chick-fil-A, inside the Mall of Abilene, for our monthly storytime.
Addison, The 24th Annual Mardi Gras Charity Ball (2/25): The 24th Annual Mardi Gras Charity Ball, to raise funds for the Lions Sight & Tissue Foundation will be held on February 25, 2017 at The Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Allen, Allen Eagle Run (2/25): The Allen Eagle Run includes both a family Fun Run/Walk and a 5K Run. Also enjoy the festival-like sponsor area with activities, samples, giveaways, and pictures with mascots.
Alpine, Texas Cowboy Poetry Gathering (2/24 - 2/25): Enjoy this gathering of poets, songwriters and wordsmiths at this eclectic event celebrating the oral traditions of the working cowboy.
Amarillo, Ink Life Tour (2/17 - 2/19): Welcome to the worlds largest and most talked about tattoo and music festival!
Amarillo, Noises Off (2/23 - 3/5): Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents an ambitious director and his troupe of mediocre actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing's On.
Amarillo, Original Amarillo Gun Show (2/18 - 2/19): This Amarillo gun show is held at Amarillo Civic Center and hosted by Pioneer Gun Collectors of Texas. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.
Aransas Pass, Aransas Pass Gun Show (2/18 - 2/19): This Aransas Pass gun show is held at Aransas Pass Civic Center and hosted by Gulf Coast Gun Shows of Texas. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.
Arlington, E-Week 2017 (2/20 - 2/24): E-Week 2017 | February 20 - 24
Austin, 2016 Austin Winter Flea Market (1/7 - 12/31): Austin Country Fleamarket is one of the oldest and largest fleamarkets in the Central Texas Area.
Austin, A Farewell To Nothing (2/19): A Farewell To Nothing, a band that formed in 2004, Is a highly tuned energy machine within the Austin Metal Scene.
Austin, Alamo Defenders Remembrance Ceremony (3/5): The Texian Legacy Association, in conjunction with Celebrate Texas,
will hold the annual remembrance ceremony at 2:00 PM at the "Heroes of the Alamo" monument.
Austin, Alien Knife Fight (3/2): Bassist/vocalist Monique Ortiz has been performing in duos for over 25 years mainly out of necessity.
Austin, Alterbeast (2/27): Sacramento technical death metal militia, ALTERBEAST, is pleased to unleash their full-length debut via Unique Leader this Spring!
Austin, Andrew jr Boy Jones (2/25): Established in 1975 by the late Clifford Antone, Antone’s is an iconic blues venue located in downtown Austin.
Austin, Austin CROP Hunger Walk (2/26): Help feed the hungry locally, nationally and throughout the world!
Money raised by CROP Hunger Walks is used to provide food, medical care, disaster relief, and self-help development for needy peopl
Austin, Austin RV Expo (2/16 - 2/19): The Austin RV Expo is an annual event showcasing 200,000 square feet of RVs and RV accessories.
Austin, Austins 6th No-Kill Anniversary Party (2/19): This February marks Austin’s sixth year as the largest No-Kill City in the nation, and to celebrate the community’s unwavering support and dedication to Austin Pets Alive!
Austin, Bad Omens (2/28): We are a GENRE-NEUTRAL venue, showcasing music, art, and film of the world.
Austin, Biscuit (3/4): ArtsPower’s newest musical features a frolicking little puppy named Biscuit who loves exploring, making new friends, and even stirring up some mischief.
Austin, Cane Hill (2/28): Cane Hill is an aggressive 5 piece metal band hailing from New Orleans, LA.
Austin, Carnaval Brasileiro (2/25): Affords you easier access to bars and restrooms, complimentary coat check and room to breathe! We will have plenty of seating and tables so you can get off your feet. And, while supplies last, you can
Austin, Children’s Book Fair (2/18 - 2/19): Meet children’s authors and favorite characters, enjoy story time, and discover great stories and books to take home!
Austin, Chuck Prophet (3/10): Chuck Prophet describes his new disc BOBBY FULLER DIED FOR YOUR SINS as “California Noir.”
Austin, Cocktails for a Cause: Casino Night (2/25): The Texas Regional Office provides safety education to children, families, schools and the larger community in Texas. We also provide training, technical assistance and resources to law enforcement pe
Austin, Conscious Media Festival (3/3 - 3/5): Will feature panels and discussions from some of the top influencers, renowned visionaries and outstanding leaders revolutionizing the use of media in our global community. Topics include: Winning the
Austin, Daya (3/4): Daya, a 17-year-old high school junior, is a singer-songwriter from Pittsburgh, PA.
Austin, Deafheaven (3/2): The Mohawk is a well traveled and beloved Bar and Live Music Venue, located on the corner of 10th and Red River in Austin, TX.
Austin, Death Angel, (2/26): Among the youngest bands ever to storm the metal genre, Death Angel has come to be known as one of the most influential bands to emerge from the thriving Bay Area Thrash Metal Scene in the early 1980s
Austin, Death of a Salesman (2/17 - 3/12): It’s 1949 in Brooklyn, and Willy Loman, the failing salesman who once made his living “riding on a smile and a shoeshine,” begins to crumble under the weight of the American dream.
Austin, Dorothy (3/9): “This guy was telling me all this stuff that no one else could possibly know,” says Dorothy Martin, the singer and namesake of Los Angeles rock quartet Dorothy.
Austin, Dsgns (3/5): Listening to DSGNS, it may prove difficult to define the band with any one genre.
Austin, Dyr Faser (2/25): Fascinating fusion of electronics , minimalistic guitar lines and echoed basement vocals woven around a simple, repetitive but highly addictive melody that creeps slowly under your skin and into your
Austin, Emma Ruth Rundle (3/2): The Mohawk is a fabled Live Music Venue and Bar in the heart of downtown Austin Texas.
Austin, Fear Control (3/1):
Fear Control is sponsored by COLDCOCK Whiskey, has been #1 on the ReverbNation Metal charts for Austin for over 3 years, & has been named in the Austin Chronicle Top 10 Metal Bands in Austin each of
Austin, Force of Rage (2/21): FORCE OF RAGE is a Hard Rock/Metal band from Austin, Texas.
Austin, Iliad (2/16 - 2/26): "Every time I sing this song, I hope it's the last time," says the Poet as she digs deep to sing an epic story of war, honor, love, violence and the Greek siege of Troy."
Austin, Intro to Irish Dancing - Sean Nos! (2/1 - 3/8): Ireland! We love the music and the dance!
Irish Sean-Nós (sha-nose) literally means “old style”, and this beautiful gentle style is danced by individuals to their own steps, and their own rhythm. A
Austin, Jacob Banks (2/24): Jacob Banks is a British singer-songwriter from Birmingham.
Austin, Jake Miller (3/8): Since 2012, 23-year-old Miami-born and Los Angeles-based recording artist, performer, model, and actor Jake Miller has continually evolved, surprising fans at every turn.
Austin, Jay Hardway (3/3): Jay Hardway is a natural born drummer and producer. This youngster from the South of Holland is currently climbing his way up to the top!
Austin, Jesca Hoop (2/26): Jesca Hoop has lived all over the map, and her rich life experience is reflected in her distinctive voice and natural gift for inventive song craft.
Austin, John (3/2 - 4/1): In this play, Baker's hyper-realism bleeds into the eerily supernatural. The New Yorker called it "So good on so many levels that it casts a unique and brilliant light."
Austin, Landlady (2/26): “This is the part of the song when we come together,” Adam Schatz’s voice rings out. “There’s no before.
Austin, Lawrence (2/26): After years of consuming Stevie Wonder, Janis Joplin, and Eggo waffles, Lawrence delivers Breakfast, their twelve-song debut LP.
Austin, Legislative Action Day #2 (2/22): TXBC is hosting two legislative action days - and breastfeeding mothers and babies need you there on February 22nd!
Austin, LÉON (2/24): She's honed her live and performing chops fronting a ten piece hip hop/soul band since the age of 17.
Austin, Long Center Presents: Billy Crystal (2/27): “This show is unique. There’s stand up, and ‘sit down’ which gives me great freedom to tell stories, show film clips and talk about my life and career and the world as I see it,” said Crystal. “It’s l
Austin, Long Center Presents: Elvis Lives (3/2): His iconic style, embraced by many of today’s artists, continues to intrigue audiences of all generations. The show features champions and finalists from Elvis Presley Enterprises’ worldwide Ultimate
Austin, Long Center Presents: Fran Lebowitz (3/8): Aacceptable apartment to the art of freeloading at weekend houses have come to be regarded as classics of literary humor and social observation.” –The Paris Review. She recently broke a ten-year write
Austin, Long Center Presents: Let It Be (3/4): Let It Be comes direct from London’s West End and Broadway, and is already an international hit. Relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, with favorite hits including “Hard Day’s Night,” “Hey J
Austin, Long Center Presents: Once (2/18 - 2/19): ONCE tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician who’s about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. As the chemistry between
Austin, Matt Pryor (2/25): “Stubb” was born Christopher B. Stubblefield in Navasota, Texas, as one of nine sons from parents he describes as “real good cooks.”
Austin, Matthew Dear (3/10): Depending on whom you ask, Matthew Dear is a DJ, a dance-music producer, an experimental pop artist, a bandleader.
Austin, Metal Church (2/21): Born out of the West Coast Metal scene of the 80's, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of the genre.
Austin, Moose Blood (2/28): In the 1970's, Stubb’s restaurant became the heart of an explosive music scene.
Austin, Oh Pep! (2/28): Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs met in music secondary school in Melbourne, Australia, drawn together by a shared love of songs with no boundaries or expectations.
Austin, Old Times (2/15 - 3/5): A mysterious drama about a love triangle and the seductive battle for power.
Austin, Once (2/18 - 2/19): Winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards® including BEST MUSICAL, ONCE is a truly original Broadway experience.
Austin, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (2/24): Pigeons Playing Ping Pong brings end-of-the-world enthusiasm to their high-energy psychedelic funk.
Austin, Pinkish Black, (2/24): The early history of experimental duo PINKISH BLACK is as mournful and tumultuous as the band’s music.
Austin, Pop-Up Magazine (3/4): Pop-Up Magazine is a live magazine—a night of new, true stories about the fascinating world around us.
Austin, Sam Baker Music (2/24): While traveling in Peru at age 32, Sam Baker took a train ride that would change his life.
Austin, Shinyribs (3/3): Shinyribs is the continuation of Kevin Russell’s musical journey that began in Beaumont, TX when, at 14, he found his father’s guitar under his bed, along with a sewing machine, a billy club and a box
Austin, Sleep Signals (3/1): Blending elements of hard rock and modern metal, Sleep Signals has garnered a dedicated following across the US in a very short period of time.
Austin, Snap Judgment (2/23): Snap Judgment, the smoking-hot new public radio show and podcast, comes to the Paramount this spring for live storytelling that features performances by the nation’s top storytellers.
Austin, Son Volt (3/4): “There are only two kinds of songs,” Townes Van Zandt said, well before he died. “There’s the blues, and there’s zip-a-dee-doo-dah.” The new Son Volt album is titled Notes of Blue.
Austin, Spencer Sutherland (3/8): Spencer Sutherland is a self-taught pop singer/songwriter from a small town outside of Columbus Ohio.
Austin, Steep Canyon Rangers (2/19): In a state that’s also produced Doc Watson, James Taylor and the Avett Brothers, there’s hardly a more well-rounded answer than the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Austin, Stella Lost, (2/19): Laredo Texas’s Stella Lost first came to being in the minds of co-founding members Rudy Martinez and Mike Gutierrez.
Austin, StevenSeagulls (2/22): We are a GENRE-NEUTRAL venue, showcasing music, art, and film of the world.
Austin, Sticky Fingers (2/26): Sticky Fingers are the perfect storm in a stifling indie-rock climate.
Austin, Susto (3/1): Early writing & recording for SUSTO began in late 2011.
Austin, Texas Independence Day Parade (3/4): Please join us for the Texas Independence Day Parade on Saturday March 4, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. at the Congress Avenue Bridge.
Austin, The 2017 Austin RV Expo (2/16 - 2/19): An RV makes that possible, allowing you to strike out on the road whenever you want and go nearly anywhere you want.With so many destinations, events, adventures and models from which to choose, RV tr
Austin, The 2017 Sport & Social Industry Conference (2/22): The Sport & Social Industry Association is a trade organization that connects the hundreds of existing and emerging companies in the Sport & Social Industry.
Austin, The Agonist, (2/26): We are a GENRE-NEUTRAL venue, showcasing music, art, and film of the world.
Austin, The Band in Black (2/24): Hailing from the Live Music Capital of the world Austin, Texas, the Band in Black is a four-piece quartet dedicated solely in musical tribute to their hero the late Hall of Fame Legend Johnny Cash.
Austin, The Expanders (3/10): The Expanders have come to be known for their vintage “rockers” style of reggae, played in the tradition of classic 1970s Jamaican groups like The Ethiopians, Culture, and The Mighty Diamonds.
Austin, The Georgia Flood (3/9): Groove-heavy and Genre-bending, The Georgia Flood’s music has evolved over the years.
Austin, The Growlers (2/25): Originating in the punk rock trenches of the Red River Music District in the early 90’s, the initial venue brought an authentic personality that helped shape Austin’s thriving live music scene.
Austin, The Soap Boxers, (3/3): A little bit of soulful rock n roll, mixed with some Americana, and shaken and stirred with who-knows-what-the-fuck.
Austin, This Will Destroy You, (3/2): THIS WILL DESTROY YOU began in earnest during the mid-00's in San Marcos, TX.
Austin, Tift Merritt (2/24): Handmade songs.
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Austin, TPTA Legislative Day (2/21): Please help us deliver an effective and unified voice on behalf of the Physical Therapy Profession on Legislative Day (Feb 21).
Austin, Trampa (2/23): Trampa touches down between the murky original signature sound of London Dubstep and the bright new lights of EDM.
Austin, TrollPhace (2/23): TrollPhace, aka Damon Orienti, has quickly established himself as one of the filthiest and most violent producers in the game.
Austin, Tuesday Yappy Hour : Every Tuesday between the hours 12pm-6pm, bring out a k9 friend and enjoy a FREE second hour, on Rowing Dock. We love to see your furry friends, just as much as we do you!
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Austin, Valerie June (2/28): "It's been a long night if that's what happened," Valerie June laughs when asked about her seemingly overnight breakout in the UK.
Austin, Valkyrja (3/3): Valkyrja was created in 2004 with the intention to channel violence, deprivatation and loath through the extraordinary potent audio channel.
Austin, Videodance™ Lady Gaga BORN THIS WAY Dance Workshop (2/21 - 3/7): You loved her in the Super Bowl. Now come dance! A 3-week Videodance™ workshop featuring the choreography of Lady Gaga's "BORN THIS WAY"! Sure to get you dancing beyond your living room!
Austin, Where is your Halo? (2/20): Come meet the people behind Halo Pets food and enjoy The Peached Tortilla catering!
Austin, Winds of Plague, (2/26): Winds of Plague was founded in 2002 in Upland, California. During the time of the band's inception, its name was originally "Bleak December".
Austin, Yacht Rock Revue (2/25): You’re Welcome! The Yacht Rock Revue™ is the Greatest Show on Surf and the finest tribute to ‘70s light rock to ever perform anywhere. Ever.
Austin, Yoga for Creatives (2/20): Yoga for Creatives is a free one hour yoga session with ASoF Creative Coordinator, Angeles Gallegos.
Austin, Body Burn Workout (3/29 - 5/3): Commit right now - with this full-body calorie-burning workout - to get strong, toned and lose weight for a healthy body!
Austin, Absolute Beginning Hip Hop Workshop for Adults (3/28 - 5/2): A Hip Hop workshop for adults!
Hip hop is tons of fun for all skill levels! This six-week workshop is designed to introduce adults ages 17 and older to the hip hop culture and dance.
Austin, A Soul Stirring Saxophone Concert (4/1): The internationally famous Saxophone band led by Kadri Gopalanth will perform in Austin playing both Eastern and Western melodies
Beaumont, AMSET Mardi pARTy 2017 (2/24): Join the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (AMSET) for our first ever "Mardi pARTy" on Friday, February 24, 2017.
Beaumont, Senior Mardi Gras (2/23): The Best Years Center invites seniors age 55 and older to its signature annual event: “Celebrating Seniors Mardi Gras Style”.
Belton, Mother Earth News Fair (2/18 - 2/19): With more than 150 workshops, there is no shortage of informative demonstrations and lectures to educate and entertain you over the weekend.
Boerne, Picnic In the Park (2/22): We are headed to Cibolo Nature Center for a picnic. (weather permitting)
Brackettville, Fort Clark Days (3/3 - 3/4): Fort Clark Days is the largest and most celebrated event of the year.
Brownsville, Charro Days Fiesta (2/19 - 2/26): Charro Days celebrates the spirit of two cultures between the border towns of Brownsville and Matamoros.
Bryan, Red Wasp Film Festival 2017 (3/5): The Red Wasp Film Festival is dedicated to bringing quality films to the Brazos Valley and increasing appreciation of film and film making.
Burnet, CG Reveille Race (3/11): The CG Reveille Race is a 5k and 10k trail race presented by Camp Gladiator and Reveille Peak Ranch. Challenge your body on the awesome terrain or enjoy a beautiful leisurely morning run out in Burne
Canyon, Women in the Great War (3/11): In conjunction with World War I exhibitions and Women’s History Month, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is hosting a discussion of women’s roles during World War I.
Carrollton, TEXFest (3/4): The City of Carrollton is hosting a FREE event in celebration of Texas Independence Day headlined by The Dirty River Boys
Cedar Park, Price Is Right Live (3/9): Prizes may include appliances, vacations, and possibly a new car! Play classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show from Plinko™, to Cliffhangers™, to The Big Wheel™,
Cedar Park, RockNRides Annual Car Show (3/4): This will be our 4th Annual Car Show on Saturday, March 4th. There will be Music, Food and Prizes. We encouraged everyone and ANYTHING on wheels to come out.
Commerce, Mother-Son Pirate Night (2/25): The Mother-Son Pirate Night is February 25, 2017, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. This is a wonderful event for mothers and sons to enjoy the evening together with a pirate theme.
Conroe, ?Isaac Conroe Farmers Market (1/5 - 4/6): You can browse the selection of fresh grown fruits, vegetables, spices, and handmade products from local vendors.
Coppell, 2017 Coppell Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 3/25): Vendors will be offering fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Offerings include seasonal vegetables for the North Texas area.
Coppell, Presidents’ Day - No School (2/20): There will be no classes for students on Monday, February 20, in observance of Presidents’ Day.
Copperas Cove, Free Breakfast Mondays in February (2/20): Visit Chick-fil-A, Copperas Cove, Killeen, or Harker Heights from Open to 10:30AM on the specified days and receive the offer listed below.
Corpus Christi, Barefoot Mardi Gras (2/25): Please join us on February 25, 2017 for the Barefoot Mardi Gras Parade, Festival & King and Queens Ball.
Corpus Christi, Kubecca (2/26): Kubecca combines the classical and jazz education of Kuba with Rebecca’s musical theater experience to create a diverse program featuring country, jazz and showtunes.
Corpus Christi, Steel Magnolias (3/10 - 4/16): The quintessential story of friendship and trust, Steel Magnolias serves up a southern slice of life that's as warm and comforting as sweet potato pie!
Corpus Christi, TM Spring Break Dance Camp (2/20 - 2/23): Don't have plans during Spring Break?? Come dance with us and join us for the week! We will be working on a combination of styles Monday-Thursday from 9am-1pm, only $15 for the week.
Cypress, Cy-Fair Home and Garden Show (2/18 - 2/19): Create your ideal home: Get inspired and discover fresh, new ideas at the annual Cy-Fair Home and Garden Show, February 18 & 19, 2017.
Cypress, Cypress Springs FFA Craft Show (4/22 - 4/23): Cypress Springs FFA Booster Club is holding their annual Mother's Day Market Craft Show April 22-23, 2017 at the Telge Exhibit Center located at 11206 Telge Road in Cypress, TX. Vendor booths are sti
Dallas, 100 Proof Hatred (3/4): 100 Proof Hatred has toured selected metal clubs throughout Texas and surrounding states.
Dallas, 7eventh Time Down (3/3): Enter “Just Say Jesus,” the powerful title track and lead single from 7eventh Time Down’s sophomore album.
Dallas, 7th Annual Symphony of Chefs (2/27): A four-course meal prepared tableside, a live auction of unbelievable chef packages & experiences and conclude with a special dessert reception. All proceeds from this one-of-a-kind gastronomical expe
Dallas, Aaron Stephens (3/2): Aaron Stephens is a soul singer/songwriter and musician born in Illinois, raised deep down in McAllen, Texas.
Dallas, Acidez (3/3): Acidez is a "Hardcore Punk" band from Guadalajara, Mexico, which started in 2003 playing the classic style of Street Punk, and Hardcore punk
Dallas, Art and Nature in the Middle Ages (12/4 - 3/19): Spanning the 12th to early 16th centuries, Art and Nature in the Middle Ages explores the diverse modes of expression and variety of representations of nature in European medieval art.
Dallas, Bebe Rexha (3/1): Singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha has accumulated over 10 million overall single sales, 1 billion Spotify streams, 1.3 billion combined YouTube/VEVO views and a radio audience of over 8 billion.
Dallas, Bobby Patterson (2/24): His live performances feature material spanning his 50 plus year career and there are always a few surprises. He is The Entertainer.
Dallas, Bon Jovi: This House is Not For Sale Tour (2/23): Grammy Award®-winning band, Bon Jovi today is bringing their This House Is Not for Sale Tour, presented by Live Nation, to the American Airlines Center on February 23.
Dallas, Bootleg Rascal (3/1): The four-piece from Sydney and the Gold Coast have been touring since they began in mid-2013 – it seems music is sort of an excuse to avoid doing other 'adult' things.
Dallas, Boxcar Bandits (3/10): Boxcar Bandits: North Texas Skunkgrass power trio and friends, homegrown in Denton, TX since 2006.
Dallas, Captured! By Robots (2/28): C!BR has been touring the world since 1997, playing thousands of dive bars for millions of drunk humans.
Dallas, Concentrations 60: Lucie Stahl (9/16 - 3/12): Lucie Stahl utilizes a flatbed scanner to create large-format images in which food, photographs, magazine clippings, and trash appear to emerge from a dark abyss.
Dallas, Coone (2/24): From a young age, Coone has been mesmerized by music in all its different shapes and forms.
Dallas, Cultural Awareness (2/17 - 2/19): The 40-year evolution of Dallas Black Dance Theatre unfolds in Interpretations, a multimedia world premiere by DBDT dancer and choreographer Sean J. Smith.
Dallas, Cure for Paranoia (3/10): Cure for Paranoia is one of the best groups to emerge out of Dallas in recent memory.
Dallas, Daisy Oconnor, (2/27): In response to her quarter life crisis, singer-songwriter Daisy O’Connor quit her career in social work and hit the road to write songs, live simply, and “do be do” what she loves today.
Dallas, Dallas City Tour : DallasCityTour is a sightseeing tour that shows you the attractions in Dallas,Texas. Get tickets to see our 90 minute bus tour and enjoy our 45 min. JFK sightseeing tour around downtown Dallas.
Dallas, Dallas Uber Alles (2/24): Created for the love of the music. Dallas Uber Alles bursted onto the scene in 2013, and despite being a tribute, they have earned much respect from their peers and original bands.
Dallas, Darude (3/11): To date Darude remains one of dance music’s most influential stars.
Dallas, Davisson Brothers Band (3/11): The Davisson Brothers Band plays a unique style of music, infusing a remarkable blend of country, southern rock, and bluegrass to create a distinctive sound.
Dallas, Deathgrip (Texas) (2/22): Texas veteran metal musicians have teamed up to form supergroup Deathgrip, featuring singer Matt Story, brothers Jimi Fritz and Paul Fritz, guitarists, drummer Scott Baughn and bassist Bryan Lunos.
Dallas, Demrick, (3/4): Demrick, formally known as Young De, is a Recording Artist / Songwriter currently residing in Los Angeles, California.
Dallas, Devin Leigh (2/24): Devin Leigh is a Fort Worth based singer, songwriter, and guitarist.Devin has played guitar for some of the best acts in Texas, including Bleu Edmondson, Jason Eady, and Max Stalling.
Dallas, DFW South Asian Film Festival (3/3 - 3/5): The Dallas/Fort Worth area is now home to its very own South Asian film festival. DFW SAFF is a three day festival taking place from March 3 to 5, 2017.
Dallas, DJ Blake Ward (2/26): Blake Ward is a local DJ in Dallas, Tx. You can find him every Saturday at Beauty Bar, Sunday at Doublewide, and various other events.
Dallas, Drawing from the Masters (2/12 - 8/13): Enjoy afternoons of informal drawing instruction as artist Ian O’Brien leads you through the Meadows Museum’s galleries.
Dallas, Driven Below (3/4): Driven Below is a metal band based out of Dallas, Texas.
Dallas, EAT (Its Not About Food) (2/10 - 2/19): EAT (It's Not About Food) dramatizes and decodes the baffling world of eating disorders in boys and girls through a series of scenes ranging from realistic to satirical to humorous.
Dallas, Erykah Badu (2/26): Erykah Badu was born on February 26, 1971 to William and Kollen Wright in Dallas, Texas.
Dallas, Exhibit: Filming the Camps (2/16 - 7/31): The Nuremberg Trials in 1945 used an unprecedented form of evidence— film of the war and liberation of the concentration camps.
Dallas, G Jones (2/25): Few artist of electron genera sounds quite the same as G Jones.
Dallas, Gospel and the Wolf (2/26): Gospel and The Wolf is the acoustic solo effort of Reynaldo Renteria III.
Dallas, Hawthorne Heights, (2/19): Hawthorne Heights return to form with Hurt, the long awaited third EP in their Hate/Hope/Hurt trilogy.
Dallas, How Do I … Keep a Rose Plant Healthy? (2/25): Slashes through rose myths and teaches proper pruning and care of roses.
Rediscover nature--right in the heart of Dallas--through our organic gardens, butterfly house, and programming!
Dallas, Insect Mimics (3/9): Wonder why they look so similar to queens and viceroys? Learn about the different types of mimicry and why it is so prevalent in nature. Stay after to enjoy instructor John Watts’ daily butterfly rele
Dallas, Jack and the Beanstalk (3/3 - 3/26): Kathy Burks' troupe brings to life the age-old fairy tale of a young hero's extraordinary climb up a magical beanstalk to seek his fortune and save his family from ruin.
Dallas, Jackie Venson (2/25): It is legend that a blistering Jackie Venson guitar solo knocked Pluto straight out of planetary existence.
Dallas, Jason Elmore & Hoodoo Witch, (2/25): Elmore is remarkable in his ability to appeal to fans of all genres of music with his virtuoso-level guitar playing, soulful and powerful old-school vocals, and keen sense of songwriting.
Dallas, John OCallaghan (2/25): John O'Callaghan is an artist, producer, DJ and an internationally respected name in the world of Electronic music.
Dallas, Jon Wolfe (3/10): The best introduction to Jon Wolfe is the basic yet not so simple fact that he’s a country singer and songwriter.
Dallas, Kelvin Jones (3/10): I began playing guitar about 4 years ago and at the time I was just discovering the music of John Mayer.
Dallas, Kimberly Dunn (3/2): So in the interest of letting everybody catch up at once, we’ll push the back story down just a bit and reset the clock on Kimberly Dunn’s already off-and-running music career to right this moment.
Dallas, Lance Lopez (2/25): After a three year break, Lopez returned with a Jim Gaines (Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Santana) produced studio album 'Salvation From Sundown'.
Dallas, Lil Debbie (3/4): Born Jordan Capozzi in Oakland, California, Lil Debbie was raised in the Bay Area in a home filled with culture and music.
Dallas, Matt Tedder, (2/24): Matt Tedder was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX.
Dallas, Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed (2/11 - 9/4): Uncover a world buried over time, in Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed. Explore the social, natural, and spiritual realms of the Maya – past and present.
Dallas, MAYTA (3/11): They all moved to Dallas, TX in 2001. It took some time to solidify the sound of the band as a family with this huge change. They adapted slowly to their new life in the States.
Dallas, Moving Units, (2/24): This is Moving Units and this is their natural element: unadulterated grooves and constant motion.
Dallas, Music of 2001: A Space Odyssey (2/23 - 2/26): Strauss marshals massive instrumental forces in his iconic tone poem. Vilde Frang's "vigor, irreverence, and imagination*" are revealed as she performs the Britten Violin Concerto.
Dallas, Natasha Owens (3/3): An invitation to serve as a music minister in her church was the beginning of her healing and led to the genesis of her first album, I Made it Through.
Dallas, North Texas Irish Festival (3/3 - 3/5): We are really excited to present a number of new bands this year, although festival-goers will no doubt recognize many of the players in the latter. We are also please to bring back the very popular W
Dallas, Nothing For Breakfast (3/9): Nothing For Breakfast, one of the emerging Italian indie-rock bands, was born in Florence in 2013.
Dallas, On Better Terms (3/3): On Better Terms is a melodic hardcore band out of Dallas, TX.
Dallas, Oswald Rooming House Tours : Oswald Rooming House Tours on April 25, 2014 to April 25, 2017at 10am,12pm, 2pm, 5pm at Dallas Texas. Everyone is welcome.
Dallas, Oswald Rooming House Tours : Come relive history through the eyes of an 11 year old girl Patrica Hall. Take a step back in time at 1026 N Beckley Avenue see the room Lee Harvey Oswald lived in.
Dallas, Paper Flowers (2/17 - 3/11): This gripping, suspenseful tale follows Eva, a lonely, middle class woman who puts up a tramp for the night out of the kindness of her heart.
Dallas, Passing Strange (3/2 - 3/26): A fresh and exciting Tony Award winner from singer-songwriter and performance artist Stew!
Dallas, Pseudo Future (3/3): Pseudo Future is a compelling and energetic rock trio from Dallas, Texas.
Dallas, Raging Fyah (3/7): The band Raging Fyah makes music that is tethered to their island’s enduring, much emulated roots rock reggae tradition yet is distinguished by an expansive vision that propels their musical journey f
Dallas, Richard Gilbert (3/5): Richard Gilbert isn't just a guy you see at the local coffee house hanging out. He is also one of the best singer songwriters in Denton Texas.
Dallas, Rise And Shine (2/25): 2012 in Dallas, TX, two long time members of Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights sat down to play their first show and Rise and Shine was born.
Dallas, Ronnie Heart (2/24): Ronnie Heart is the moniker of stylish latin-american R&B/Funk Singer Songwriter and guitarist Ronnie Gierhart.
Dallas, Ross Cooper (2/25): His latest album GIVE IT TIME makes a case for long-term listening, the kind of music headphones were designed for.
Dallas, Ryan Gregory Floyd (2/24): Hailing from the mountains of Central Oregon, Ryan began his musical journey by setting out for New Orleans at the age of seventeen to learn from his heroes.
Dallas, Ryeden (3/3): DFW-based metal band
Formed in 2013
Dallas, Sasha (2/25): If there are boundaries yet to be broken, then you can bet that Sasha has got them in the crosshairs.
Dallas, Sera Cahoone (2/25): The pedal steel, the fiddle, the hush of a song sung from the heart—the world of American roots music is no stranger to Seattle songwriter Sera Cahoone.
Dallas, Seventeenth Annual Destiny Award Luncheon (2/22): Mark your calendar's for the Seventeenth Annual Destiny Award Luncheon on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 and most importantly don't wait to purchase your sponsorship for the luncheon.
Dallas, Sirsy (2/25): SIRSY is known for passionate performances that often include lots of stories from the road, laughs, and dance parties. It's a good time!
Dallas, Sticky Fingers (3/1): STIFI is a melting pot of reggae, psych, pop and bourbon.
Dallas, Straight Tequila Night (2/24): The world famous Trees is the legendary live music venue in Deep Ellum and the Dallas / Fort Worth area.
Dallas, Sumerlands (3/3): Formed by an all-star cast of scene veterans, heavy metal force SUMERLANDS burst out of the gates with a fully-formed sound on their Guardian demo in 2014.
Dallas, Supersonic Lips, (3/11): Founded in Dallas, TX in 2011, SuperSonic Lips have been nominated as “Best Latin Band” by the Dallas Observer four years in a row (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016).
Dallas, The Band of Heathens (2/22): The term “Americana” was practically invented to describe The Band of Heathens’ approach, which has mutated almost as much as the genre to which they’re identified.
Dallas, The Black Moriah, (2/28): In the Spring of 2011, The Black Moriah entered the studio to record their first effort "Casket Prospects".
Dallas, The Dead Flowers (3/10): Their live performances these days are mighty and intense, gritty, straight-edged rock with heavy country undertones and a healthy nod to Texas blues, and they’re just getting started.
Dallas, The Kid: Charlie Chaplin (2/21): A double bill of music and film, the ensemble first transports you to a foggy nighttime harbor then invites you to contemplate the ocean’s mysteries and perils through Kevin Puts’ sensitive sea settin
Dallas, The Staves (3/1): To describe The Staves' music as merely comforting or enjoyable would be to severely under-egg the pudding.
Dallas, The Tempest (3/3 - 3/5): Marooned and left to die on a remote island, Prospero can command spirits, create apparitions and manipulate the elements.
Dallas, Tift Merritt (2/25): Three Links is your neighborhood bar that hosts your favorite national, regional and local artists. We don’t call ourselves a “punk bar”, but if you have a Clash album in your collection, you’ll feel
Dallas, Twenty One Pilots (2/22): Basically, we are all responsible for the preservation of our personal joy; but happiness is different. Joy is not circumstantial, happiness is.
Dallas, Us the Duo (2/25): Their crisp, affecting pop delivers its intimate emotion in the same way that Us The Duo has always communicated with their fans: directly, and from the heart.
Dallas, Valerie June (2/27): June has been patiently at work in the garden of song, nurturing seedlings with love and care into the lush bloom that is her stunning new album, The Order Of Time.
Dallas, Venomous Maximus (3/3): Venomous Maximus is a Metal band from Houston, TX.
Dallas, Vincent Neil Emerson (2/25): Although Emerson started out as a local act in Fort Worth, his music has garnered attention from critics and fellow musicians all over DFW.
Dallas, Wade Bowen (3/3): According to The New York Times, Wade Bowen is “…an earnest and direct singer who wrings feeling from a small vocal gestures and whose songwriting…is graceful, with a twists like small sighs.”
Dallas, Whethan (3/3): 17-year old Chicago native Ethan Snoreck, better known by his stage name Whethan, has wasted no time in releasing some of this year’s most upbeat electronic tracks.
Dallas, Whiskey Folk Ramblers (2/23): Their music is the sound of a union meeting at its drunkest, of a last-resort robbery gone awry, of mice and men and the lengths they’ll go to forget about their troubles.
Dallas, William Clark Green (2/25): With two critically esteemed album releases already under his belt, William Clark Green is back and this time it is getting personal.
Dallas, Without Sacrifice (3/3): What started as one man’s vision of a band put together to break the boundaries of the metal genre, Without Sacrifice has evolved and continues to evolve, pushing our own brand of metal throughout the
Denton, Boxcar Bandits (2/19): Boxcar Bandits: North Texas Skunkgrass power trio and friends, homegrown in Denton, TX since 2006.
Denton, Johnny Cooper (3/2): That he has grown so successful — Cooper already has sold more than 50,000 albums — so quickly is hardly surprising, considering he is thriving in the environment in which he was raised.
Denton, Nite (3/4): NITE are Canadian-born twin brothers, Kyle and Myles Mendes, based in Dallas, TX.
Denton, Pearl Earl (2/23): Pearl Earl is an all-female psych/pop/prog/garage rock group based out of Denton, TX.
Denton, Sarah Jaffe (3/4): “If you say go, I’ll go,” she sang over delicate guitar strums on “Stay With Me,” before adding in an understated croon, “Please stay with me.”
Denton, Slobberbone (3/11): Alternative country-rock unit Slobberbone comprised singer/guitarist Brent Best, lead guitarist Jess Barr, bassist Brian Lane, and drummer Tony Harper.
Dripping Springs, 5K Run Dead (2/25): Be part of the largest zombie run in the world.
Dripping Springs, Doug Moreland (2/25): West Texas fiddler Doug Moreland brings the likes of Bob Wills and Lyle Lovett into his music while playing at honkytonks and dance halls around the state of Texas.
Dublin, Shamrock Shuffle (3/11): Come join us for a St. Patrick’s Day fun-filled weekend in Dublin, Texas!! Dress up in St. Patty’s Day gear and you will be entered in a drawing to win $50.00 dollars cash prize!
Edinburg, Homecoming 2017 (2/20 - 2/25): We are committed to creating educational experiences that engage you in campus involvement, leadership development, and service opportunities to prepare you to be leaders in a diverse society.
Edom, Crystal Yates (2/25): As a child growing up in the tiny town of Niceville, Florida, McKinney transplant and country singer-songwriter Crystal Yates couldn't avoid the twangy sounds of country music even if she had wanted t
El Paso, Singin In The Rain - Plaza Theatre (3/10 - 4/22): Hailed as one of the greatest movie musicals of all time, Singin' in the Rain tells the story of the golden age of Hollywood when silent films gave way to the "talkies".
El Paso, Springfoot El Paso Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K (2/19): The El Paso Marathon Foundation is proud to announce that the El Paso Marathon is now the Springfoot Marathon. Our new brand represents a reinvigorated mission to organize a first class marathon
El Paso, Texas Country Music Fest (2/25): Texas Country Music Fest at the El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso, TX on Sat, Feb 25, 2017 07:30 PM with the Josh Abbott Band, Wade Bowen, Tracy Lawrence.
El Paso, The Archangels Michael and Raphael (12/17 - 5/14): This particular exhibition focuses on the archangels with the highest popularity in 19th-century Mexican retablo art, Michael and Raphael.
Fairview, Shop to Fight Hunger (2/21): Whole Foods Market Fairview is hosting a 5% Community Giving Day for us on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Fort Worth, 2017 Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art (3/3 - 3/5): The 2017 Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art will Blast into Cowtown for the 54th Year on Friday, Saturday and Sunday March 3,4,5, 2017.
Fort Worth, A Threat to the Enemy, (3/4): A few guys from previous metal bands around Texas got together to form
A Threat To The Enemy in 2010.
Fort Worth, Ben Danaher, (3/5): After years of trying everything I could, from intense press photos to fabricated bios, I've decided to be completely honest.
Fort Worth, Courtney Patton, (3/5): Courtney Patton has spent the last few years building her lifelong passion into a real career.
Fort Worth, Deer (3/9 - 4/9): Ken and Cynthia have been married for thirty years. Ken and Cynthia drive to their vacation home for the weekend. Ken and Cynthia hit a deer.
Fort Worth, Drew Kennedy (2/19): “You can’t wait for someone to give you the green light,” says Drew Kennedy, his Prius parked in his New Braunfels, Texas, driveway.
Fort Worth, FearONE@Main Event (2/20): Come join us as FearONE Student Ministry invades Main Event.
Fort Worth, Hal Ketchum (3/3): Five years ago, Hal Ketchum packed up his guitars and left Nashville, turning his back on a successful, 20+ year career in country music.
Fort Worth, Killer Dwarfs (2/26): The KiLLeR DWaRFs were formed in the fall of 1981 from the ashes of vocalist Russ “Dwarf” Graham and drummer Darrell “Dwarf” Millar’s club bands in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Fort Worth, Londons Dungeon, (2/26): London's Dungeon is a national hard rock band formed in 2011
Fort Worth, Luke Wade (3/10): Born of extraordinary artists and self-described ‘Hippies’, Luke is the product of a home that truly cultivated creativity.
Fort Worth, Northside Hollow by Jonathan Fielding and Brenda Withers (2/10 - 3/5): Discover they have more in common than they realize. An intimate portrait of mortality, memory, and redemption, this original play will have its regional premiere at Amphibian Stage Productions. Learn
Fort Worth, Panic Volcanic (2/25): Preaching vice and viscera, the trio from Fort Worth’s blend of fuzzed out, riff heavy groove rock is a distinctive and memorable sound.
Fort Worth, Rachel Gollay, (2/25): “‘Built for Love’, the debut album from Fort Worth songstress Rachel Gollay, is one of the best albums to materialize this year, from not only Fort Worth but North Texas.
Fort Worth, Rival Choir, (2/27): Rival Choir is a continuation of Mouth of the South.
Fort Worth, Rize Above (2/26): Rize Above consists of 5 members ,Brian Haran vocals, Ray Bahr Bass and Backup vocals, Bill Kraft guitar and backup vocals, T. Lance Reeder guitar, and Frank Withrow Sr drums and back up vocals.
Fort Worth, Sybarite5 (3/9): Winner of the 2011, Concert Artists Guild Competition, SYBARITE5 has recently appeared at the Library of Congress, the CBS Early show, for his Holiness the Dalai Lama, and numerous times at the Aspen
Fort Worth, Tea & Talk (3/1): Discover the joy of looking at art slowly, deliberately, and thoughtfully. Join us for Tea & Talk at the Museum.
Fort Worth, The 9th Annual Funky Finds Spring Fling (3/4 - 3/5): This FREE indoor event is family AND pet-friendly and features over 100 Artists, Crafters, Designers, Authors & Gourmet Food Makers selling their uniquely hand-crafted items.
Fort Worth, The Alan Fox Band (2/25): Alan Fox spent the next decade looking for the right combination of talent and personality to find a group of world-class musicians capable of putting out quality music.
Fort Worth, The Burning Hotels (2/24): After a fruitful 2011, Burning Hotels have a clear vision for the future of their music and it's evolution.
Fort Worth, The Crystal Furs (2/25): The Crystal Furs is an indiepop band based in Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth, The Cush (2/25): Genre
Psychedelic Indie Space-Rock...from Texas
Fort Worth, The Gibbonses (3/3): Brandon Gibbons was a no-nonsense, veteran Music Director with a reputation for cleaning house.
Fort Worth, The Lawsuits (2/22): For years, Philadelphia's The Lawsuits have been known for a sound that cannot be pigeonholed into one genre.
Fort Worth, The Patriot EVENT (2/21 - 2/25): JOIN US THIS FORT WORTH IN FEBRUARY FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST MULTI-EQUINE EVENTS IN THE NATION.
Fort Worth, Thieves of Sunrise (3/10): Thieves of Sunrise, an intense rock and soul quintet from Dallas TX, aims to bring their rock and roll ruckus to the world.
Fort Worth, To Speak of Wolves (2/27): To Speak of Wolves has submitted themselves to time, and while searching vigorously, these 5 young men found that they could not live apart from what they had created.
Fort Worth, Toney Rocks (3/10): Currently promoting his new self-titled album, TONEY ROCKS dives into the abyss of progressive, blues rock music.
Fort Worth, Travis Meadows (2/19): "I love Travis as a singer-songwriter. A couple of records ago, I cut one of his songs called 'Cherry on Top,' which is a long way from this song.
Fort Worth, Ume (2/25): “Ume attacked the stage with an intensity on par with Mastodon and a vulnerability reminiscent of PJ Harvey.” —Artist Direct
Fort Worth, West Side Story (3/4 - 3/12): The world’s greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical.
Frisco, Theatre Frisco presents Broadway Bound by Neil Simon (2/24 - 3/12): What do you get when you have a philandering husband, a dutiful wife, a devoted daughter, a grumpy, Socialist grandfather and two young men reaching for stardom? It's the third of Neil Simon's autobi
Fulton, 38th Annual Fulton Oysterfest (3/2 - 3/5): Each year the Fulton Volunteer Fire Department sponsors Oysterfest, a salute to the tasty bi-valve found in our local waters.
Galveston, Barefoot in the Park (3/4): You fall in love. You move in with each other. Then, you’ve got to learn to fall in love all over again?
Galveston, Mardi Gras! Galveston 2017 (2/17 - 2/28): Texas' largest Mardi Gras celebration. Elaborate parades, headliner performances, family events, feasting and other festivities.
Garland, Chilis Give Back Night (2/20): Dine in AND donate! Let Chili's do the cooking and support Relay For Life of Garland & Mesquite at the same time...
Georgetown, 2017 Georgetown Market Days (3/11 - 11/11): You will find an eclectic array of items at Market Days, including the finest handmade jewelry, distinctive home decor, handmade soaps and lotions, garden decor, plants and more.
Grand Prairie, 10th Annual So What Music Festival (2/24 - 2/26): SO WHAT?! Music Festival was originally established in 2008 and called SOUTH BY SO WHAT?! MUSIC FESTIVAL.
Grand Prairie, Big Daddy Kane (3/3): Big Daddy Kane is a Brooklyn, New York M.C. who undisputedly defined the term “lyricist” in the world of hip-hop.
Grand Prairie, Slick Rick, (3/3): Ricky Martin Lloyd Walters, better known to the world as “Slick Rick”, is a Grammy-nominated, English-born performer and the most successful British-American rapper in music history who is known as Hi
Grand Prairie, Sting - 57th & 9th Tour (2/20): STING 57TH & 9TH TOUR with special guests Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros
Monday, February 20, 2017 at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie.
Grapevine, Mardi Gras Chili Cook-off (2/25): Join the community of St. Francis of Assisi as we celebrate Mardi Gras with a Chili Cook-off and evening of fun and fellowship!
Greenville, Hayes Carll (3/3): Hayes Carll is at the forefront of a generation of American singer/songwriters.
Harper, Harper 5K (2/26): All proceed benefit the Harper Parent/Teacher Organization. The Harper PTO provides scholarships, funds classroom activity accounts, makes improvement to playgrounds, which facilitated
Helotes, John Fullbright (3/4): What’s so bad about happy?” John Fullbright sings on the opening track of his new album, ‘Songs.’
Helotes, Prophets and Outlaws (3/3): Growing up in Dallas, Texas, Prophets and Outlaws were exposed to a wide range of music, from Neo-Soul to old school rock and roll.
Helotes, The Georges (2/24): The Georges are a Rockabilly group from San Marcos, TX. See them live and you will be taken back to a time of Cool cars, Slapback Echo, Gretsch Guitars and Dancin' Shufflin' beats. Catch them monthly
Houston, 20HERTZ: Jawwaad Taylor (2/23): The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is pleased to present a lecture and performance by Jawwaad Taylor, Houston-based multi-disciplinary musician and educator.
Houston, 35MM: A Musical Exhibition (2/17 - 2/25): Pitch Me This (PMT) Productions announces its upcoming production of Ryan Scott Oliver's 35MM: A Musical Exhibition.
Houston, 7th Annual Houston Kosher Chili Cookoff (2/26): The Kosher Chili Cookoff is the largest kosher food event in Houston and celebrates the fellowship of the Jewish community with a day of food, live entertainment, contests, and family friendly activit
Houston, A Butterfly Flutter (2/25): A Butterfly Flutter is a children’s event scattered throughout the Cockrell Butterfly Center and courtyard. Your little “caterpillars” will enjoy papilio arts and crafts and more.
Houston, Aaron Watson (3/7): "I'd rather be an old fencepost in Texas than the king of Tennessee," Aaron Watson sings on "Fencepost," echoing the words of one of his favorite fellow Texans, Sam Houston.
Houston, Abigail Washburn (3/10): "A daring, definite talent, whose feel for the folk idiom results in moving material. Soulful is the word"-- Wall Street Journal
Houston, Against Me! (3/5): To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me! is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.
Houston, Alina Baraz (3/10): Various music styles are showcased at this basic general-admission concert venue with a small bar.
Houston, An American In Paris (2/21 - 3/5): An American in Paris is a musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning in the aftermath of war.
Houston, An Evening with Olate Dogs (2/19): The Olate Dogs were the winning participants from Season 7 of America's Got Talent, scooping up the $1,000,000 and headlining The Palazzo.
Houston, Analia Saban (9/24 - 3/18): Analia Saban takes a forensic approach to media and their embedded traditions and conventions.
Houston, Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing (12/10 - 3/19): Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing is Otero’s first survey exhibition and encompasses nearly a decade of his painting and sculpture.
Houston, Annual Syngap1 Golf Classic & Silent Auction (2/20): Bridge the Gap – SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation (501(c) 3) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve, educate and fund research for families coping with the effects of SYNGAP1 m
Houston, Assuming We Survive (2/25): Assuming We Survive is taking the world by storm, using raw passion and good old hard work has them becoming the new face of pop punk.
Houston, Bailo (3/3): Bailo (Gennaro Bailo) was born August 7, 1991 in Brooklyn, but raised in Queens, NY. He spent much valued time with his grandfather, an Italian singer, who greatly influences Bailo and his mind-blowin
Houston, Béla Fleck (3/10): Various music styles are showcased at this basic general-admission concert venue with a small bar.
Houston, Bent Life (2/21): Hometown
Houston, Brentano String Quartet (3/3): This “performance installation” was created by the Brentano Quartet, engineer Gabriel Calatrava and choreographer John-Mario Sevilla. The set, and the choreographed movements of a corps of dancers, il
Houston, Buffalo Soldiers National Museum 17th Annual Gala (2/24): THis year our title sponsor is the National Collegiate Atheletic Association (NCAA) befitting as we are Honoring Military Athletes, this is sure to be an amazing night! You dont want to miss this. You
Houston, Bumpin Uglies (2/22): Bumpin’ Uglies was formed by lead singer/guitarist/song-writer Brandon Hardesty in 2008, when he set out to create a sound and an approach that was unique and immediately identifiable.
Houston, Clay Melton Band (2/23): But dig deeper into Clay’s musical journey and you’ll hit on that classic moment at age 11 when he heard Jimi Hendrix’s “All Along The Watchtower” and his world quickly changed.
Houston, Copenhagen (2/11 - 3/12): In 1941, German physicist Werner Heisenberg went to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr.
Houston, Cowboy Mouth (3/10): For over two decades, Cowboy Mouth has dished up its unique style of rock & roll gumbo, mixing a rowdy spirit reflective of the band's hometown -- New Orleans -- with the fierce firepower of a group t
Houston, Crawfish Festival In The Heights (3/4): Without a doubt, the Chamber’s annual Crawfish Festival community event is one of the highlight events of the year.
Houston, Crowbar, (3/1): 1989. That's 27 long years ago. Countless memories. Some still vivid, most just a blur.
Houston, Dave Lombardo (3/1): Dave Lombardo (born February 16, 1965 in Havana, Cuba) is a three time nominated, two time Grammy award winning Cuban American drummer, deemed one of the most significant drummers of our time.
Houston, Daya (3/3): Daya, a 17-year-old high school junior, is a singer-songwriter from Pittsburgh, PA. Music has been central to her life since starting classical piano at age 3, moving to jazz piano at age 11, and find
Houston, Deep Cuts (2/27): "Houston's most beautiful Latin boy band." - B.E. Godfrey
Houston, Elephante (3/2): Elephante is the recording and performing moniker of Tim Wu, a Los Angeles-based EDM DJ/producer known for his big-room progressive house anthems and remixes of artists ranging from Clean Bandit to Lo
Houston, Emma Ruth Rundle (3/4): I am an artist and musician. I was born in and currently reside in Los Angeles.
Houston, Eric Johnson (2/19): But the full hand of his talents marks him as well as a gifted songwriter, dynamic live performer, singer, pianist, song interpreter, and creator of a rich and diverse musical legacy.
Houston, Eschenbach Conducts Bruckner (3/3 - 3/5): Former Houston Symphony Music Director Christoph Eschenbach returns to Houston with his authoritative interpretations of spiritually uplifting works by Anton Bruckner.
Houston, Expire (2/21): Hardcore band from Milwaukee on Bridge 9 Records.
Houston, Forever Miles (2/26): Fitzgerald’s is one of the oldest and widely recognized live music venues in the Greater Houston area.
Houston, Four Bitchin Babes (3/4): Christine Lavin, the original creative force behind The Four Bitchin' Babes®, had an idea. It was February of 1990, and she had just released "On a Winter's Night," a beautiful compilation CD of wint
Houston, G Jones (2/23): Few artist of electron genera sounds quite the same as G Jones.
Houston, Golden Dawn Arkestra (2/24): The Golden Dawn Arkestra is an avant-garde collective combining deep grooves and cinematic textures.
Houston, Grand Designs: Neoclassical Taste in the 18th Century (9/17 - 2/20): Rienzi, the MFAH house museum for European decorative arts, presents special exhibitions twice a year. Grand Designs: Neoclassical Taste in the 18th Century comprises furniture, decor, and prints from
Houston, Grifters & Shills (3/4): This two-person, dozen-instrument act provides a show full of sound a fury, punctuated with raw, quiet vulnerability. Come welcome them as they bring you back home.
Houston, Hats Off To Mothers Luncheon (3/8): Contributions to their families and the Houston community. As Easter Seal's major fundraising luncheon, this event promises to be great fun and features a reception, seated luncheon and informal fashi
Houston, Havok (3/1): Formed in 2004: Colorado Thrash Metal
Houston, HMNS After Dark (2/22): You asked, and we answered. For everyone who has wished for access to the museum in the evenings after work, here’s your chance… HMNS will stay open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.!
Houston, Horszowski Trio (2/21): The founding cellist of the prize-winning Daedalus Quartet and acclaimed pianist Rieko Aizawa in this celebrated ensemble. Named for legendary pianist and Curtis Institute of Music teacher Mieczyslaw
Houston, Houston Jewish Film Festival (3/5 - 3/19): The Houston Jewish Film Festival proudly continues its tradition of presenting an entertaining, thought-provoking and high-quality line-up comprised of the best Jewish and Israeli films from across th
Houston, Isaiah Rashad (2/24): Isaiah Rashad is a Chattanooga, Tennessee born songwriter/producer, that's a hybrid of new and old school Hip hop and abstract soul.
Houston, Islander (2/25): It has been quite a journey for ISLANDER, who, in just over a year, have gone from obscurity to a band in constant radio rotation.
Houston, Jake Miller (3/7): Since 2012, 23-year-old Miami-born and Los Angeles-based recording artist, performer, model, and actor Jake Miller has continually evolved, surprising fans at every turn.
Houston, James McMurtry (3/11): The son of acclaimed author Larry McMurtry (Lonesome Dove, Terms of Endearment), James grew up on a steady diet of Johnny Cash and Roy Acuff records.
Houston, Jeffrey Scott Stewart (3/3): Live performances feature vocals, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, accordion, fiddle, ukulele, and harmonica and great songs in a huge variety of styles!
Houston, John J. Eikenburg Law Week Fun Run 8k (3/11): Since 1986, the Houston Bar Association has raised over $1 Million for THE CENTER. Please join us in continuing to support this worthwhile cause by participating in the 8K Race
Houston, Joseph (2/26): There is nothing like the sound of siblings singing together.
Houston, Joshua Redman (2/24): Joshua Redman is a leading force in jazz today. The son pays homage to the father in Still Dreaming — a program of new compositions inspired by his father’s band, Old and New Dreams, which featured an
Houston, Julius Caesar (2/17 - 2/26): When we question our leaders, what is the right moment for revolution? Where is the line between our personal ambition, and the good of the people?
Houston, Kelsey Kopecky (2/26): "For me it all started in my dad's garage up in Minnesota.
Houston, Kevin Garrett, (2/22): Known for poignant out-of-love songs that combine a reverence for classic soul with modern electronics and traditional instrumentation, the Brooklyn-based, Pittsburgh- born singer-songwriter released
Houston, Kidtastic on The Square (2/22): Join Gymboree Play & Music for a morning of fun from 10-11:30 am. This event is for children ages 1-4.
Houston, Kylie Rothfield (2/19): When one hears Kylie Rothfield‘s voice, there is no denying the timeless, raw sense of emotion in her delivery.
Houston, Lenôtre National Symposium on Pastry Arts (3/6): On March 6, 2017 Culinary Institute LeNôtre will host the 2017 Lenôtre National Symposium of Pastry Arts and A.C.F Chocolate and Sugar Showpiece Competition.
Houston, Lordi (3/2): Lordi is a Finnish hard rock and melodic heavy metal band, originally formed in 1992 by the band's lead singer, songwriter, visual art designer and costume maker, Mr Lordi.
Houston, Lungs and Limbs (2/27): Lungs and Limbs are an alt pop band from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Houston, Marquis Hill (3/11): Trumpeter and composer Marquis Hill is widely recognized as one of the preeminent voices on the instrument of his generation.
Houston, Melendi (3/3): Ramón Melendi Espina was born there in 1979 in Oviedo. Already in maternity they count that it was seen to him to appear. Their cries were heard by the other babies with admiration.
Houston, mewithoutYou, (3/2): Those who have followed mewithoutYou's music in recent years will likely see their new, self-released Ten Stories as a return to old form.
Houston, Moose Blood (3/1): White Oak Music Hall (“WOMH”) is a multi-venue live music complex centrally located two miles north of downtown Houston.
Houston, Mothership (2/19): This heavy rock juggernaut has only just begun their tear across the universal cosmos and have no plans of ever slowing down.
Houston, National Engineers Week (2/23 - 3/1): Engineering embraces curiosity, tinkering and imagination. Take your creativity to the next level by exploring the industry that shapes the world around us.
Houston, Old Dominion (3/8): Blending old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock n’ roll grit into radio-friendly hook-heavy pop nuggets, Old Dominion have emerged as one of the hottest breaking bands in country music.
Houston, Pacific Dub (3/8): Meet Pacific Dub: Comprised of vocalist and rhythm guitarist- Colton Place, lead guitarist- Bryce Klemer, bassist- Ryan Naglich, drummer- David Delaney, keyboardist- Justin Quaress, and audio engineer
Houston, People are People – Conductorless! (2/25): ROCO audience favorite Andrés Cárdenes returns to lead ROCO’s annual conductorless concert onSaturday, February 25, at The Church of St. John the Divine.
Houston, Prince Fox (3/2): Prince Fox wants to give something deeper to the dance floor.
Houston, Ramona Quimby (3/5 - 4/1): When her father loses his job, Ramona Quimby learns that being grown up is hard work. But as her sister Beezus says, “being a kid and trying to become a grown up is even harder.”
Houston, Ray Wylie Hubbard (2/25): This, of course, is how things should be. But a couple of variables could throw the above plan off the rails a bit. Suppose, for instance, that the damn Mayans were right, and what’s left of 2012 is a
Houston, Ronnie Dean Tinsley (2/25): Ronnie Dean Tinsley is a man of many layers and talents; a long-standing member of Houston’s music community , his work as an artist, singer/ songwriter, and guitarist in the metal genre has earned hi
Houston, Saxon (3/9): Saxon have never dealt in half-truths or incomplete missions.With Sacrifice they filled your heads with heavy metal thunder, and now Saxon want nothing more than to crush them with their very own, han
Houston, Schubert Octet (3/5): Featuring ROCO clarinetist Nathan Williams and seven of his friends. Scored for clarinet, bassoon, horn, two violins, viola, cello, and double bass, the work is the largest of Schubert’s chamber works
Houston, Sean McConnell (2/25): “In whatever case”, McConnell says, “It’s all about the song. That never changes. It always starts with an acoustic guitar and a notepad. The lyrics are the point. The story is central.”
Houston, Shooter Jennings (3/4): Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings was born on the 19th of May 1979, the only child of country icons Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter.
Houston, Sick of It All (3/3): Sick of It All is a leading figure in the American hardcore punk scene. Their sonic palate draws inspiration from classic New York punk bands like the Ramones, and DC hardcore groups like Minor Threat
Houston, Silent Planet (3/3): Keep the Word on your lips;
Your ear to the ground.
Houston, Sin Circus (2/26): High Energy Heavy Metal from Puyallup Washington!
Houston, Sirsy (2/26): SIRSY is a rock and soul duo with lots of pop sensibility and just the right amount of sass.
Houston, skyline the band (2/23): GlamGlare: "Skyline is a young rock band from Austin, TX who we first met at last year’s SXSW.
Houston, Sol Antics (2/22): We are a band originating from Pasadena, Tx.
Houston, Sons Of Texas (3/5): There is nothing subtle about Texas. There is a reason why we use the term “Texas-sized” to describe anything in life that’s exaggeratedly large, from posteriors, to bong hits, to jugs of beer.
Houston, Soul Creatures (2/24): We are a six-piece mix of eclectic musical backgrounds joined together to produce a modern take on the classic funk pop, rock, and soul vibe.
Houston, Speedealer (2/19): Fitzgerald’s is one of the oldest and widely recognized live music venues in the Greater Houston area.
Houston, Such Marvelous Monsters (2/27): Such Marvelous Monsters is a North Houston, Texas based band with an incredibly diverse sound best described as "shoe-gazey, dream pop, indie-rock".
Houston, Survival Guide (2/27): Survival Guide is an artistic endeavor featuring vocalist and keyboardist Emily Whitehurst. The music falls somewhere between indie rock and electronic, always with strong vocals and a sprinkle of pop
Houston, Taylor Marie (3/9): At age 17, Taylor Marie has recorded a full-length album containing songs that rival the best material produced by most major label recording artists.
Houston, Tesla (3/4): TESLA’s line-up consists of four of its original members: vocalist Jeff Keith, guitarist Frank Hannon, bassist Brian Wheat, and drummer Troy Luccketta and new guitarist Dave Rude.
Houston, Texas Country Music Half Marathon & 10k (2/26): Welcome to Houston's First Annual Texas Country Music Half Marathon & 10k! Since we DO live in Houston, we thought it was WAY past time for a Texas Country Music Themed Running Event.
Houston, The Bandulus (2/25): The Bandulus are the brainchild of Jeremy Peña, formerly of Los Skarnales and The Trenchtown Texans.
Houston, The Best Brothers (2/17 - 3/5): Bunny Best met her unfortunate end at a Gay Days parade. Now her two sons, Kyle and Hamilton, have the task of arranging her funeral and carrying for most beloved companion, a greyhound named Enzo.
Houston, The Black Lillies (3/9): “The Black Lillies are fronted by the best-matched male-female vocal duo since Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris,” says News OK. It sounds like an overstatement – unless you’ve heard the Black Lillies.
Houston, The Boy Friend (2/24 - 2/26): Bon jour, mes amis! Second Baptist School is thrilled to return to Zilkha Hall at The Hobby Center for the thirteenth year presenting The Boy Friend.
Houston, The Breton Sound, (2/23): Since 2010, New Orleans natives The Breton Sound have been proving them wrong with their brand of energetic, melodic, and anthemic rock and roll.
Houston, The Guillotines (2/19): The band now enlists Stevie Rider on drums!! Curtis W. De Gidio (Velostacks, Chrome Kickers) on 2nd lead/vocals and Glenn Gilbert (Vanity Crimes/Supergrave) on lead guitar.
Houston, The Quebe Sisters (2/24): When the Quebe Sisters from Texas take a stage, and the triple-threat fiddle champions start playing and singing in multi-part close harmony, audiences are usually transfixed, then blown away.
Houston, The Steady 45s (2/25): rocksteady and traditional ska music from a 7-piece band of hooligans
Houston, The Suspects (3/4): The Suspects are a 4-piece punk-blues band from Oldham. We have been playing together for a long time as The Mothpopes and have played many prestigious Manchester venues such as Club Academy, Academy
Houston, The Warplanes (2/24): Take four native Texans. Two of which are life-long collaborators, two of which are blood brothers.
Houston, The Wild Reeds (3/10): Craft beer & clever cocktails served in cool industrial digs with a spacious patio for cornhole.
Houston, This Will Destroy You (3/4): This Will Destroy You is an American post-rock band from San Marcos, Texas that formed in 2005. Their works are lengthy atmospheric instrumental pieces featuring layers of effects- laden guitar and a
Houston, Trevor (2/10 - 3/4): Inspired by the true story of a woman attacked by a 200-pound pet chimpanzee, Trevor finds pathos, poignancy and riotous humor by seeing the world through the animal’s eyes.
Houston, Tribal Seeds (3/5): From San Diego, California, award-winning reggae group Tribal Seeds have become known for their spiritually driven, refreshing rock vibe they have infused with the roots style of reggae music.
Houston, Turnover (3/2): Virginia Beach's Turnover has never been a band afraid of telling the truth.
Houston, Unicef UST Fundraiser (2/20): Come have lunch/dinner and support UNICEF UST on Feburary 20, 2017 from 2-9pm at The Halal Guys. Bring your friends!!!
Houston, Us the Duo (2/24): “Just Love,” the first album by the Southern California-based singing/songwriting couple since 2014’s No Matter Where You Are, was recorded at The Smoakstack Studio in Nashville with co-producer Natha
Houston, Valerie June (3/1): "It's been a long night if that's what happened," Valerie June laughs when asked about her seemingly overnight breakout in the UK.
Houston, Wage War, (2/25): Wage War marks their territory with from-the-heart lyrics and thrashing beats that transcend to a community who understands the trials and tribulations of growing up all too well.
Houston, Wayne Toups (2/25): You can add another nickname to the music man they call “Le Boss.”
High-energy showman Wayne Toups has long been dubbed “The Cajun Springsteen,” but now you can add the title “Grammy winner” to his n
Humble, Heritage Day (3/4): Please join us for the Black Professional Cowboys and Cowgirls Association Heritage Day on March 4, 2017 at 12 pm.
Humble, Storytime (2/20): Once a month, parents and children gather to hear stories and make a craft in the natural setting of Mercer's gardens.
Hurst, Madagascar, Jr. (3/10 - 4/8): Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto our stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime
Irving, Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker Exhibition (3/4 - 5/21): “A Woman of Two Worlds and a Man IN Two Worlds”, is a traveling exhibit of forty rarely seen photographs document the stories of Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker
Irving, Business Finance and Credit Building Seminar (3/18): This is a venture capital and business credit building seminar designed to connect small business owners and entrepreneurs with the money, capital, financing and business credit they need to start or
Jefferson, Mardi Gras Upriver 2017 (2/24 - 2/26): Featuring All Day Attractions, Live Music, Children's Carnival, Arts and Crafts Vendors, Food Vendors and much more.
Kerrville, Fashion Trends with Society’s Bends, 1850-Today (3/2): Those who love fashion will be in for a treat. Fashion has always reflected the times. See the connection of what we wear to what is happening in the world from the mid-1800s to today.
Kerrville, Hill Country Gun Show (3/11 - 3/12): This Kerrville gun show is held at Hill Country Veterans Center and hosted by Hill Country Veterans Center of Texas. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.
Kerrville, The Lettermen - at Cailloux Theater (3/19): Sharity Productions, in association with Crenwelge Motors and James Avery Jewelry, presents the Legendary Vocal Group The Lettermen on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 3 p.m.
Kyle, Negley 5K/3K/1K (3/4): This is our one large fundraiser for the PTA to support health and wellness in our school and community. Mostly, we’re really all about getting individuals, families, and friends all out to the start
La Grange, Best Little Cowboy Gathering In Texas (3/9 - 3/12): The Best Little Cowboy Gathering In Texas has been such a popular, growing event that in year 7 we had to split the great entertainment onto two different stages, the Dance Hall & the Outside Stage.
Lake Dallas, Mardi Gras (2/24): Celebrate all that is Mardi Gras – Music, Parades and Food!
Lake Jackson, Nature Day - Youth Public Fishing (2/25): Kids 16 and younger: Come catch some fish! Bring your own gear and bait for catch-and-release fishing at our marine fish hatchery and visitor education center!
Lake Jackson, Sea Center Texas Nature Day (2/25): Enjoy educational programs and activities that will introduce you and your family to the wonders of nature.
Llano, Llano Earth Art Fest (3/10 - 3/13): LEAF is a celebration of the bridge between man and nature known as Art.
Longview, Unity Honors Lunch (2/22): Mrs. Evalonia Barrett-Bolton and Judge William K. “Bill” Stoudt are the 2017 Unity Honors Recipients.
Lubbock, Fisher House Run (2/26): This is a 10k, 5k, and 1 mile fun run for the Fisher House Foundation. The Fisher House Foundation gives vetran's family members or vetrans a place to stay while they are recieving treatment.
Lubbock, Viva Aztlan Festival 2017 (3/10 - 3/11): Folklorico and Mariachi workshops and folklorico competition for all ages and levels.
Luling, Rajun Cajun Throwdown (3/10 - 3/11): Cajun, Cajun, Cajun! Food, Competition, Music and more in Downtown Luling, TX!
Magnolia, Kids Time: Cowboys & Cowgirls (2/22): Bring your little cowhands to a morning of some western-themed activities. So dust off your boots, the rodeo is coming to town soon!
Mc Dade, 8th Annual Sherwood Forest Faire (3/4 - 4/23): This is going to be another incredible season at Sherwood Forest Faire! We look forward to entertaining you weekends Mar 4 - Apr 23 & Fri Mar 17, 2017!
McAllen, Ravelry UnRaveled 2 (2/22): Our friend Shelley has put together a few easy to understand ideas to help you make sense of your own Ravelry page! This second session is specially designed to cover the tabs "My Notebook" and "Group
Mckinney, Dinosaurs Live! (9/17 - 2/19): Encounter the 46-foot T-Rex and nine new life-size animatronic dinosaurs along the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary’s nature trails at the 11th annual Dinosaurs Live! Life-size Animat
Mckinney, Krewe of Barkus (2/26): 2017 will be our 15th annual successful run, Krewe of Barkus promises to be a howling hoot.
Mesquite, The Mother Son Dance (3/3): The Mother Son Dance, sponsored by the Hampton Inn and Suites, is scheduled for Friday, March 3 from 7 - 9 p.m. at the Mesquite Convention Center, located at 1700 Rodeo Drive.