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Picture Show: The King Bucks at the Belmont Hotel

Could've filed this one under "Night Moves" just as easily, because the King Bucks' poolside set at the Belmont Hotel last weekend was all about the scene.

Under Thursday night's full moon, with the Dallas skyline lit up behind them, the Bucks spent hours on the lawn stage, while the hotel's chef served up ribs and chicken off the grill and kids splashed around in the pool.

You can check out more shots from the show, while you wonder why more shows aren't staged just like this one, in our slideshow here.


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