It's almost Valentine's Day, which means one of two things: Either you're single and you're dreading the prospect, or you have a significant other and you're pretty sure you'll screw the whole holiday up, in which case you're also dreading it. But there's an easy way to fix this whole calamity, no matter which side of the equation you fall on.
You see, presale tickets are available right now for the Dallas Observer St. Patrick's Day Concert. Jumping on that deal is sure to make you feel better about being single (it might even help you find a plus-one to bring along), or else make for a great Valentine's-Day-gift-on-a-budget. Don't say we've never done anything for you, folks.
And who wouldn't want to go to this show? Homegrown Texas country star Josh Abbott and his Josh Abbott Band are headlining the concert this year, a bit of a change up from the past few years when we've featured rappers like Ludacris and Snoop Dogg for our everything's-gone-green festivities. The rest of the lineup is yet to be announced, but Abbott alone should make a perfect accompaniment to everyone's drunken Saturday.
Tickets go on sale to the general public tomorrow, February 6, at 10 a.m., but you can still get an extra sweet deal on them for the next 12 hours. Until 10 p.m. tonight, you can go to ticketfly.com and buy presale tickets when you sign up for our Music Newsletter and use the exclusive code DC9LUCK. The price for tickets is just $15.
The event takes place immediately after the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 14 at Energy Square on the corner of Greenville Avenue and University Boulevard. Gates open at noon. For more information, visit DallasStPats.com.
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