The 2014 Dallas Observer Music Awards Showcase Schedule

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Now's when the real fun begins. Voting has been open for the 2014 Dallas Observer Music Awards for just about six weeks, and we're in the home stretch. (If you haven't already voted, you'd better make your way over to musicawardspoll.dallasobserver.com and make sure your voice is heard!) The awards ceremony is set to take place at Granada Theater on Tuesday, December 9.

All that's left to sort out is who will be playing the showcase, and where. This morning we have the full showcase schedule for you, which includes more than 60 artists and runs from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Saturday, December 6 in Deep Ellum. Time to get out your spreadsheets and start planning.

See also: Announcing the Dallas Observer Music Awards Ceremony The 2013 Dallas Observer Music Award Winners

Club Dada (inside) 12:40 -- Son of Stan 11:40 -- Ishi 10:40 -- Sealion 9:40 -- Panic 8:40 -- War Party 7:40 -- Party Static 6:40 -- Charlie B 5:40 -- Lily Taylor

Club Dada (outside) 12:20 -- Pinkish Black 11:20 -- Cutter 10:20 -- Dallas Uber Alles 9:20 -- The Phuss 8:20 -- In Memory of Man 7:20 -- Bludded Head 6:20 -- Mothership

The Door 1:00 -- Blue the Misfit 12:00 -- A.Dd+ 11:00 -- Buffalo Black 10:00 -- Tunk 9:00 -- Sam Lao 8:00 -- Grey Matter 7:00 -- Picnictyme 6:00 -- CashMir

Green Room 12:20 -- Mayta 11:20 -- Mariachi Quetzal 10:20 -- Hares on the Mountain 9:20 -- Dustin Cavazos 8:20 -- Bad Mountain 7:20 -- Jacob Furr 6:20 -- Supersonic Lips

Off the Record 12:20 -- Sober 11:20 -- TX Connect 10:20 -- Wanz Dover 9:20 -- Inzo

Prophet Bar 1:20 -- Shelly Carroll 12:20 -- Street Arabs 11:20 -- Dovetail 10:20 -- Nervous Curtains 9:20 -- Whiskey Folk Ramblers 8:20 -- Lance Lopez 7:20 -- Steve James Trio 6:20 -- Miss Marcy

Reno's 12:40 -- George Quartz 11:40 -- Yells at Eels 10:40 -- Hex Cult 9:40 -- Blackstone Rangers 8:40 -- Def Rain 7:40 -- Unconscious Collective 6:40 -- Gorehounds 5:40 -- Moonbather

Three Links 12:00 -- Taylor McFerrin (touring) 11:00 -- DVS (touring) 10:00 -- Dark Rooms 9:00 -- Booty Fade 8:00 -- Sudie 7:00 -- Fresh 45's

Trees 12:40 -- Goodnight Ned 11:40 -- Quaker City Night Hawks 10:40 -- Madison King 9:40 -- Dezi 5 8:40 -- J. Charles and the Trainrobbers 7:40 -- Ryan Thomas Becker 6:40 -- Roomsounds 5:40 -- Rich Girls

Tickets for the DOMA showcase are available at ticketfly.com and cost a mere $10 with access to all participating venues. VIP tickets are also available for $34 and include 3 free drink tickets at the private bar, catered buffet and a free DOMA T-shirt.

You must 21 years or older to attend.


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