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  • 35 Denton Main Stage #1

    35 Denton Main Stage #1

    115 e. mulberry st. Denton, TX 76201 35 Denton (formerly NX35 and 35 Conferette) is an annual 4-day music festival in the burgeoning arts corridor of downtown Denton, TX. The festival is programmed each March the week prior to the music portion of SXSW in Austin, TX. More >>

  • 35 Denton Main Stage #2

    35 Denton Main Stage #2

    210 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201 35 Denton (formerly NX35 and 35 Conferette) is an annual 4-day music festival in the burgeoning arts corridor of downtown Denton, TX. The festival is programmed each March the week prior to the music portion of SXSW in Austin, TX. More >>

  • The Abbey Underground

    The Abbey Underground

    100 W. Walnut St. Denton, TX 76201

    The Denton square is full of spots tailored to meet the boozing needs of college kids at the nearby University of North Texas campus. The Abby Underground is no exception, but it does offer a different look and feel thanks to its – hence the name – underground location. There’s plenty of room to move around, and pool tables on which to pass the time if you’re not ordering shots at the wide wooden bar located in the adjacent room. The green paint on the walls serves a dual purpose, attracting students with the University’s colors and livening up this otherwise dark basement watering hole. More >>

  • Andy

    Andy's Basement Bar & Grill

    122 N. Locust St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-565-5400 A longtime staple of the Denton bar scene and located on the downtown square, Andy's smokey interior is one of the best places to catch some of the many emerging bands in North Texas. Local acts regularly test new material on a small audience, and occasionally national acts pass through. Other than a stage and a bar, Andy's offers little else in the way of amenities. A few chairs and cocktail tables are scattered around toward the back, as well as a very ramshackle-looking balcony where the sound man mixes during the bands' sets. More >>

  • Black Box Theater

    318 E. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201

  • Crazy Horse Saloon

    Crazy Horse Saloon

    508 S. Elm St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-591-0586 Crazy Horse Saloon & Dancehall is in the corner spot in a strip shopping plaza less than a mile outside of downtown Denton. Its website describes the 5-year-old saloon as a "honky-tonk college bar," but the saloon's drink specials, pool tables, dance floor and bar stools seem to attract more of a cowboy and biker crowd than the college bars closer to the square. There's a large hardwood dance floor surrounded by plenty of seating. Crazy Horse hosts karaoke on Tuesday and Thursday nights and live local bands, ranging from country and Western to rock 'n' roll, every Friday and Saturday night when they charge a $5 cover for 21 and up, and a $10 for under 21. More >>

  • A Creative Art Studio

    227 W. Oak Street Denton, TX 76201

  • Dan

    Dan's Silverleaf

    103 N. Industrial St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-320-2000 Dan's Bar: The Sequel has the homey familiarity of the original, plus its rugged wood and woven-blanket atmosphere (not to mention Chef Pam cookin' up on Wednesday nights). Tricky to locate between the square and assorted warehouses, Dan's still hosts the best of Denton's rootsier bands. More >>

  • The Delta Lodge

    1305 Oak Street Denton, TX 76201

  • The Denton Opry

    314 S. Elm St. Denton, TX 76201

  • Fry Street District

    1207 W. Hickory Denton, TX 76201

  • Hailey

    Hailey's Club

    122 W. Mulberry St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-323-1160 Clean, colorful and comfortable, Hailey's sports a pool table and two large bars, plus one of the best craft-beer selections in Denton, including local greatness from Rahr and Franconia as well as fine Belgian ales and rotating seasonals. Those are all fine reasons to go, but the main attraction is the live music on the generously sized stage and powerful P.A. system. Little wonder that Hailey's is rivaled only by Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios when it comes to booking the hottest touring indie-rock groups and big local acts in Denton. More >>

  • Hastings

    2311 Colorado Blvd. Denton, TX 76205

  • House of Tinnitus

    628 Lakey St. Denton, TX 76205 House Venue. More >>

  • J&J

    J&J's Pizza

    118 W. Oak St. Denton, TX 76203

    When it comes to music, the Denton Square’s best-held secret is J&J’s Pizza. Families and downtown shoppers grab pizza by the slice upstairs, while the 21-and-up basement hosts live bands and cheap booze. With its creaky ceilings and dingy atmosphere, the basement promises free live music almost every night, although it shuts down promptly at midnight. Old Denton County photographs and maps take up every inch on the walls of the building, which is more than 130 years old. More >>

  • Lucky Lou

    Lucky Lou's

    1207 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-484-5550 Like other bars in the Fry Street area within walking distance of the University of North Texas, Lucky Lou's attracts a high percentage of patrons wearing UNT T-shirts, hats and backpacks, once afternoon and evening classes let out. With more than 25 beers on tap, multiple bars, more than half a dozen plasma screens, a couple of foosball tables, pool tables and video games, Lucky Lou's has been a popular after-hours spot since opening in fall 1996. When the weather's nice, Lucky Lou's regulars know to expect the patio--one of the biggest in town--to be crowded with folks taking advantage of the bar's daily college-budget-friendly drink specials. More >>

  • Mable Peabody

    Mable Peabody's

    1215 E. University Drive Denton, TX 76201

    First opened in 1979, Mable Peabody's Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair served as a watering hole for Denton's gay and lesbian community. That is, until March 2007, when an arsonist, using the bar's own liquor to set the nightclub ablaze, torched the original Mable Peabody's. In the fall of 2008, owner Kelly Sanders reopened the bar just a block or so from the original spot. The new location is more than twice the size of the original, with a spacious central bar, a huge dance floor and stage area that has plenty of mirrors - so folks can watch themselves dance. There's a digital jukebox, an assortment of video games, pool tables and nightly drink specials. The original bar with the unforgettable name gained a reputation as a popular underground venue, hosting under-the-radar touring acts, but now, while it still hosts shows on occasion, Mable Peabody's is bar first, venue second. And, today, its website bills the bar as "the Cheers of Denton, Texas for the gays and lesbians." More >>

  • Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

    Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios

    411 E. Sycamore St. Denton, TX 76205
    940-387-7781 An indie-music lover's paradise. If it's never on the radio, it's probably live here. Sure, the 45-minute drive sucks, but the low cover, cheap beer, crazy bands and expanded bar area make up for it. Beer is cheapest on Tuesday open mike nights. More >>

  • Strawberry Fields

    2310 W. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-382-2323 If you've ever wanted to hear some loud, abrasive hardcore and buy a book about weed at the same time, Strawberry Fields is your place. Or at least, it WAS your place. The store will be moving to a spot adjacent to Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios this summer, whereupon it will expand its merchandise but, alas, no longer hold shows. More >>

  • Thin Line Film Music Fest Stage

    319 E Oak St Denton, TX 76201

  • University of North Texas Murchison Performing Arts Center

    University of North Texas Murchison Performing Arts Center

    I-35-E and Ave. D Denton, TX 76203

  • University of North Texas Recital Hall

    415 Avenue C Denton, TX 76203

  • University of North Texas Winspear Hall

    N. Side of I-35 at N. Texas Boulevard Denton, TX 76201