It’s fair to say that The Kessler is a rock. Before becoming the Oak Cliff staple it is today, the building that now houses The Kessler survived a tornado, a fire and over a decade of abandonment. Now, it’s a hotspot perhaps best known as a hub for soulful superstars like Charley Crockett and Leon Bridges. Local artists love The Kessler, and as evidenced by its growing popularity, so do music fans in Dallas and beyond.
Originally opened as a vaudeville venue, The Majestic has been open for nearly 100 years. As a home to comedy, concerts, podcasts and performers of all different kinds, this theatre has earned its moniker as a multi-purpose megaplex that will keep Dallas locals and visitors entertained for the century to come. The Majestic is managed by the City of Dallas’ Office of Cultural Affairs and is located in Downtown Dallas.