Every week more and more shows are added to the Dallas Observer live music calendar -- here's how to make sure your show is included. Below are the this month's best new additions, to date. The most recent announcements are in bold.
Together, Dean Allen Spunt & Randy Randall make up the experimental post punk duo No Age. Since 2005, they've proven to be one of the most durable and exciting bands in punk. At the end of this month, they'll hit Oak Cliff's Texas Theatre for an intimate performance that promoter Spune is describing ... More >>
Since it opened in October, Klyde Warren Park has become a popular spot for Dallasites to enjoy three square blocks of the great outdoors. The park thrives on free programs, and has been successful with those such as Skyline 360 tours, an assortment of boot camps, and a daily dose of food trucks. An ... More >>
For the last eight years, local music advocate Chelsea Callahan has been celebrating her birthday with rock-and-roll and charity in mind. Every year, she books a solid bill of local bands and gives all the proceeds away to charity. This year, Cha Cha's Eighth Annual Rock & Roll Charity Gala o ... More >>
Lauryn HillEver since Lauryn Hill made a brief disappearance from the public eye in 2000, her career has been patchy at best. Her acoustic record in 2002, MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, was met with mediocre reviews, and the Fugees reunion fared even worse. But, aside from her brilliant output in the Fug ... More >>
Monday, April 4, at the Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie
The Flaming LipsThe Flaming Lips have been performing in Dallas for over two decades. The last time they came through town, they stopped short just north of Big D, for a headlining performance at the 2010 NX35 Conferette, during which the power blew several times. Hopefully, they won't have as mu ... More >>
It's that time of year, again. The Austin City Limits Festival line-up was unveiled early this morning via the fest's official website. There isn't any question: This year's docket will have people gabbing--whether it's vitriolic hate or nostalgic, warm-fuzzies. Sure, for many, bashing on the cho ... More >>