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Drake Returns, Dave Matthews Band and More Show Announcements

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Summer is upon us (kind of has been since January), and that means it's time to get your butts wet on the Gexa Energy Pavilion lawn. Unless, of course, you're rich enough to have "reserved seating money." You kind of have to for the just announced Drake show on Wednesday, May 16, which will cost $59.83 to $114.32. Tickets for the show will be available on Friday at 10 a.m. at Live Nation. And, judging by his last, slightly controversial show here in the Metroplex, it'll be worth it.

In other wet butt, Gexa Energy Pavilion news, Dave Matthews Band is returning from their 2011 year off to perform at the outdoor venue on Saturday, May 19. And the frat boys go crazy. Tickets are on sale now at Live Nation for $54.42 to $91.13.

Absinthe Lounge
Monday, March 26 - Jennifer Martin
Tuesday, March 27 - John A. Lewis
Wednesday, March 28 - Rickey Hayes
Thursday, March 29 - Dub Commission
Friday, March 30 - DJ R.E.
Saturday, March 31 - DJ Dean Moriarty
Sunday, April 1 - DJ Dean Moriarty

Billy Bob's Texas
Friday, May 4 - Uncle Kracker
Saturday, May 5 - David Allan Coe
Friday, May 11 - Kevin Fowler
Saturday, May 12 - Tracy Lawrence
Friday, May 18 - Robert Earl Keen
Saturday, May 19 - Ronnie Dunn
Friday, May 25 - Dierks Bentley
Saturday, May 26 - Joe Nichols

Deep Ellum Arts Festival
Friday, April 6 - The Virgin Wolves, Lance Lopez, Maleveller
Saturday, April 7 - Seryn, Fox & The Bird, Spoonfed Tribe, Hello Lover
Sunday, April 8 - Brave Combo, Luke Wade, Decado Vega

Gexa Energy Pavilion
Wednesday, May 16 - Drake
Saturday, May 19 - Dave Matthews Band
Saturday, June 23 - One Direction
Saturday, August 4 - KISS, Motley Crue

Granada Theater
Tuesday, April 17 - Shawn Mullins
Thursday, June 28 - Nada Surf

Hailey's Club
Friday, March 23 - The Black Doves, Mothership, Nevermind The Darkness
Saturday, March 24 - Bubba Westly, Mitt Ingram, Maren Morris
Thursday, March 29 - Coming To Get Barbara, DJ Sass Master
Friday, March 30 - Secret Secure, We The Sea Lions, Buffalo Child
Saturday, March 31 - Scary Cherry & The Bang Bangs, Love Stricken Demise
Friday, April 6 - Connie & The Blackbirds, Terry Anderson
Saturday, April 7 - Mary Walker, The Red Death, Sol Tax
Saturday, April 21 - Urizen, Color Of Aum, Megatherian, Rivid
Saturday, May 19 - The Boombachs, Sore Losers, Human Groove Hormone

House of Blues
Thursday, May 17 - Griffin House
Thursday, May 31 - Sons of Bill
Friday, June 29 - Yo Gotti

Jack Daniel's Saloon
Friday, March 23 - Darryl Lee Rush Band

The Kessler Theater
Saturday, June 9 - Brave Combo
Friday, June 29 - Billy Joe Shaver
Saturday, June 30 - The Gourds, Gary Myrick
Friday, September 21 - Bela Fleck, The Marcus Roberts Trio

La Grange
Friday, March 23 - The Klanks
Friday, March 23 - Oso Closo
Tuesday, March 27 - FBS, Fight To Die, Samuell Caldwell's Revenge
Thursday, March 29 - Hotel Tesseract, Black Dotz, Sunward, Adam Pickrell, Kenneth
April 11, April 18, April 25 - Sleeperstar
Tuesday, April 17 - Mike Dillon Band
Thursday, April 19 - Jack Saunders, Robbie Saunders
Friday, April 20 - Hello Lover, J. Charles, Not In The Face
Thursday, May 17 - Channel 3 & The Stitches
Wednesday, May 23 - Alcoholic Faith Mission
Saturday, June 16 - The Real McKenzies, The Goddamn Gallows

The Loft
Saturday, April 28 - Deer Tick

Lone Star Park
Friday, April 13 - Randy Rogers Band
Saturday, April 14 - Gary Allan
Friday, April 20 - Casey Donahew Band
Saturday, April 21 - Ted Nugent
Friday, May 11 - Stoney LaRue
Friday, June 8 - Eli Young Band
Tuesday, July 3 - Pat Green
Friday, July 6 - Josh Abbott Band
Saturday, July 7 - Billy Currington

Sons of Hermann Hall
Friday, April 20 - Whiskey Folk Ramblers, Fox & The Bird, Ryan Thomas Becker and Last Joke
Monday, June 18 - Here We Go Magic

Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Saturday, July 21 - Kaskade
Thursday, October 4 - Australian Pink Floyd Show

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