In the past few weeks, we've been getting you familiar with some of our Dallas Observer Music Awards nominees, and nudging you to vote daily, all leading up to our November 10 showcase, which is currently packing 60+ acts across eight stages in Deep Ellum.
We've got the lineups, venues and times below, and encourage you to be a human pinball on this night, in an effort to get to see as much talent as you possibly can. Consider it a test of endurance.
Reno's Inside - 210 N Crowdus Street 6:20 Ducado Vega 7:20 The Tidbits 8:20 Big Fiction 9:20 Cutter 10:20 The Atomic Tanlines 11:20 Somebody's Darling 12:20 Zhora 1:20 The Roomsounds
Club Dada Inside - 2720 Elm Street 5:40 Sarah Sellers 6:40 Clint Niosi 7:40 Home by Hovercraft 8:40 Ronnie Fauss 9:40 Mora Collective 10:40 Blackstone Rangers 11:40 Michael Donner & the Southern Renaissance 12:40 The Colurs
Trees Inside - 2709 Elm Street 5:40 Summer of Glaciers 6:40 Pinkish Black 7:40 Blixaboy 8:40 Dustin Cavazos 9:40
Telegraph Canyon Mystery Skulls 10:40 The Phuss 11:40 A.Dd+ 12:40 Daniel Hart
Trees Outside - 2709 Elm Street 6:00 Yeahdef 7:00 Tape Mastah Steph 8:00 Track Meet 9:00 Wanz Dover 10:00 DJ Sober
Club Dada Outside - 2720 Elm Street 6:00 The Rich Girls 7:00 John Singer Sergeant 8:00 Brain Gang Blue 9:00 Hunter Hendrickson 10:00 The Blurries 11:00 Mariachi Quetzal 12:00 Oil Boom 1:00 Snow Tha Product
The Prophet Bar - 2548 Elm Street 6:00 Joseph SoMo 7:00 Year of the Bear 8:00 My Wooden Leg 9:00 Datahowler 10:00 Playdough 11:00 Nervous Curtains 12:00 Quaker City Night Hawks 1:00 Tum Tum
Reno's Outside - 210 N Crowdus Street 6:00 Vanessa Peters 7:00 The Gorehounds 8:00 The O's 9:00 Salim Nourallah & Treefort 5 10:00 Danny Rush & the Designated Drivers 11:00 Wild//Tribe 12:00 J. Charles and the Trainrobbers 1:00 War Party
LaGrange - 2704 Elm Street 6:20 Black Market Pharmacy 7:20 The Breakfast Machine 8:20 Jessie Frye 9:20 Bad Design 10:20 Eyes, Wings & Many Other Things 11:20 Mohicans 12:20 Diamond Age 1:20 Vulgar Fashion
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