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  • 2625 Main St

    2625 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Ad-Libs


    2626 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-754-7050 Ad-Libs is an American Comedy Improv Troupe performing since 1986. Ad-Libs has entertained and amazed crowds, at its cabaret style theater in Dallas and across the country... combining video, scripted & improvisational comedy all uniquely blended with plenty of audience participation. Weekly Shows: Fridays & Saturdays @ 9 pm. More >>

  • Ash Studios

    3203 Ash Lane Dallas, TX 75226

  • B7

    2707 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-212-2961 Vintage store. More >>

  • Centennial Hall

    1300 Robert B Cullum Blvd. Dallas, TX 75210

  • Dallas School of Burlesque

    2924 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Dallas Summer Musicals

    Dallas Summer Musicals

    909 1st Ave. Dallas, TX 75210-1042

  • Deep Ellum Outdoor Market

    2820 Indiana Blvd. Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75226

  • Dining at Fair Park Music Hall

    909 1st Ave. Dallas, TX 75210-1042

  • Eden Lounge

    Eden Lounge

    2911 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226 Open in winter 2012, Eden Lounge is as swanky as it sounds, but with warm and inviting management who accepts people of all walks through its doors. Black leather couches and accompanying tables line the walls of the sleek bar and face a dance floor lit up by overhanging neon lights. A rooftop patio offers one of the best views of the downtown skyline. More >>

  • Fair Park Band Shell

    Fair Park Band Shell

    1465 1st Ave. Dallas, TX 75210

  • Gibson Company Lofts

    824 Exposition Ave. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Karayanis Rehearsal Production Center

    4301 S. Fitzhugh Ave. Dallas, TX 75210

  • Le Vu

    Le Vu'

    2505 Pacific Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-280-0738 Le Vu’ is an upscale dance club and lounge on Pacific Avenue that got people talking early in its run. With a top-shelf bar, VIP booths, bottle service and expansive dance floor, the club is a dwelling for Dallas socialites looking to see and be seen. A large marble wrap-around bar is fixated in the center of the room, while booths and tables line the walls. DJs sit high in a booth that overlooks the dance floor, saturated in changeable neon lights and mirrors. A small, walled-off section in the back of the club features a smaller, less crowded bar for those looking to mingle and chat. More >>

  • Oliver Francis Gallery

    Oliver Francis Gallery

    209 S. Peak St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • The Power Station

    3816 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Queen City Hall

    115 N. Carroll Ave. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Stage 404

    404 Exposition Ave. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Three Links

    Three Links

    2704 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226 Filling the space that was once rock music venue La Grange, Three Links has found a home in Deep Ellum. Opened and operated by three Dallas music and arts scene veterans -- former La Grange manager Scott Beggs, Tactic Productions talent buyer Kris Youmans and Elm Street Tattoo owner and tattoo artist Oliver Peck -- Three Links hosts an array of rock, hardcore, indie pop and electronic bands from inside and outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Beyond a conjoined taco shop next to it, a newly built stage and some different decor, old La Grange regulars won't notice much of a difference between the spaces. The building still has the same great outdoor patio around back. More >>

  • Wits End

    Wits End

    2724 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226

    Taking over the spot that used to be rock 'n' roll music venue The Bone, Deep Ellum's Wit's End is carrying the torch. With just a handful of beers on tap and a decent liquor selection, Wit's End is the place you go to catch live local bands. A bar, main stage and plenty of seating entertain the downstairs crowd while a large rooftop patio, smaller stage and speakers project live music into the Dallas night. For people walking down Elm Street, the hoots and hollers of twentysomethings and show-goers on the building's rooftop entice those looking for something loud and fun to get into. More >>