Your Sunday Plans: Dustin Cavazos' Listening Party, with Free Fajitas and More

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Sometimes a Sunday Funday just happens to you, but this week Oak Cliff's Studio 410 has your plans on lock, so you have do some planning ahead. And you'll be pleased because the afternoon includes fajitas.

Dustin Cavazos and Studio 410 are hosting a listening party for Dallas' hip-hop sweetheart's latest release In and Out of Sleep. Physical copies will be available and for sale, so you can finally bump it in your ride.

The event is located in the Bishop Arts District, doors open at 3:00 p.m., a cash-bar will be available. Fajitas won't cost you a thing, but they may not last very long.

To further enhance the celebration, Arma from Dallas street-art collective Sour Grapes will be there with his newest hand-made street wear, including paleta-inspired snapbacks and sweatshirts. Mod Junk will be in the building with women's jewelry and accessories. And DC9 at Night's writer by day and nail artist by night, Vanessa Quilantan, a.k.a. Pro Nail Princesa will spend the afternoon making sure your tips get extra dripped to start your week off.

See, a little Dallas hip-hop, a legendary graffiti artist, some nail art and plenty of carne asada. Your brunch plans never had this much flavor.

Studio 410 is located at 410 W Davis Street in Bishop Arts District.

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