The 10 Best Free and Cheap Events Happening in Dallas This Weekend, March 6 – 8

We can't think of a better setting to Breakfast at Tiffany’s than the classic Majestic Theatre.EXPAND
We can't think of a better setting to Breakfast at Tiffany’s than the classic Majestic Theatre.
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Friday, March 6

RuPaul’s Drag Race watch party
7 p.m. Friday, March 6

Catch the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race at Alexandre’s. While you’re at it, support your local queens and catch a drag show on the Strip afterward.

Yoga N Da Hood: Beyoncé
7 p.m. Friday, March 6
Urban Hippie Oak Cliff

OK ladies, now let’s get in formation. Urban Hippie will be hosting a yoga class, where you can lift your spirits to the sounds of Queen Bey. Get your tickets here, and remember ... don’t hurt yourself.

Yoga just wasn't Beyoncé enough. There's a class that can fix that.
Yoga just wasn't Beyoncé enough. There's a class that can fix that.

Britney vs. Beyoncé: Ladies Night Out
9 p.m. Friday, March 6
Legacy Hall

Speaking of Beyoncé, you can head to Legacy Hall in Plano and jam to the sounds of Britney Spears and Beyoncé combined. DJ Yuna and Miss DJ Bliss will be spinning all night, so you can keep dancing till the world ends. RSVP here.

Saturday, March 7

Women of Wonder Con
10 a.m. Saturday, March 7
1515 Young St. (Dallas)

Women of all backgrounds and industries are encouraged to attend Women of Wonder Con. There will be panels, networking opportunities and lectures, all to inspire women as they navigate difficult fields.

Trap N Tea
2 p.m. Saturday, March 7
The Attache Cigar

Tea and trap music? Interesting combination. But we’re intrigued. Plus, there will be a fully stocked bar and cigar pairings. RSVP here.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s screening
5 p.m. Saturday, March 7
Majestic Theatre

Looking to watch some classic cinema this weekend? Well I say, what about Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Catch the Audrey Hepburn classic at the Majestic Theatre this Saturday. Get your tickets here.

Jam out this weekend for only $6 at Trees.
Jam out this weekend for only $6 at Trees.
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Dance Yourself Clean: An Indie Dance Party
8 p.m. Saturday, March 7

Some of the best music is the stuff you haven’t discovered yet. Jam out to some killer tunes at the ultimate indie music experience. Get your tickets here. (Note, there will be fog machines and lasers.)

Sunday, March 8

Happy Goat Yoga
1 p.m. Sunday, March 8
Dallas Farmers Market

Exercising with animals is shown to have many benefits, and Sunday, you can do yoga with goats. These adorable little critters will also be available for playtime following yoga class. Secure your spot here.

Imagine yoga. But with goats.EXPAND
Imagine yoga. But with goats.

National Women's Day Electric Campfire Acoustic Jam
2 p.m. Sunday, March 8
Sons of Hermann Hall

Sons of Hermann will honor women singers and songwriters Sunday. Many of these songwriters have shown up to the weekly jam sessions for years. There will be an all-female jam session to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Divine Feminism and Active Dreaming
6 p.m. Sunday, March 8
Unity on Greenville
$15 donation suggested

Unity on Greenville will be hosting a spiritual information session on International Women’s Day. Attendees will learn how they can take actions individually, as a community and globally to embody the goddess, protect women and children and the rights of Mother Earth. Bring blankets and dream journals.

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