One of the largest music venues in Dallas, the The Factory in Deep Ellum is a 50,000 square foot space, accommodating up to 4,300 people with VIP suites and reserved seating options to suit your groups needs. The venue hosts artists off all genres including, rock, R&B, EDM and more.
The historic dance and hall and music venue was built in 1911 and has hosted various notable artists and events in its history. The venue offers Live Music Friday and Saturday nights for your group to enjoy.
Not your typical live music experience, but just as entertaining. The Piano Bar is an interactive show, where the crowd picks the songs and the pianist play and sing along. It's a great option for groups looking for something a little out-of-the-ordinary.
House of Blues has a variety of options for your group's needs. The venue offers shows every night of the week in the main music hall, as well as in its more intimate spaces. They also host a Gospel Brunch every Sunday that includes an all-you-can-eat-buffet and soulful music.
This Uptown restaurant and music venue offers musical acts on its large outdoor patio space every night of the week. Groups can enjoy country acts and Texas-style food and drinks.
A historic music venue in the Lower Greenville neighborhood has seen its fair share of both local and national acts grace the stage over the years. The theater's main concert space can hold up 1,000 people, while the next-door restaurant, Sundown at Granada, offers a more intimate space with a rooftop to enjoy farm-to-table dining followed by a nightly show.