Hear the sweetest sounds of soul in Dallas this fall.
Posted on Aug 28, 2017
Jazz and blues lovers rejoice! Labor Day officially kicks off the fall season and with the change in temps comes some of the coolest festivals and concerts to hit the Big D. Satisfy your jazz or blues cravings this September with these can't miss shows.
Texas Horse Park - 811 Pemberton Hill Dr. Dallas, Texas 75217
Presented by the Black Academy of Arts & Letters, this festival features more than 30 top jazz, R&B, soul, blues and neo-soul performers for the ultimate Labor Day weekend jam. Artists include Najee, Will Downing and Rachelle Ferrell. Grammy Award-winning (and Arts Magnet alum) Erykah Badu headlines this unforgettable event.
Tickets: VIP (One-day pass)-$125
General Admission (Three-day pass)-$135
General Admission advance ticket (One-day pass)-$50
General Admission day of festival (One-day pass)-$60
After Party Music Jam Session- (One-day pass)-$20
African American Museum - 3536 Grand Avenue Dallas, Texas 75210
Grab your lawn chairs and head to the African American Museum for an evening honoring old school blues and jazz in the heart of South Dallas. R.L. Green, The Buster Brown Band and Sandra Kaye make up some of the incredible lineup of local jazz faves scheduled to hit the stage.
Tickets: $10 Presale/$15 at the door
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie -1001 Performance Place Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Get your white party attire ready! Smooth R&B 105.7 hosts their second annual white party featuring the legendary Frankie Beverly as he makes his return to Dallas, performing both old and new hits. Special guests, The Isley Brothers make this show one of the hottest tickets this fall.
Tickets: $39.75 - $175
The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory - 300 W. Las Colinas Blvd Irving, TX 75039
From funk and blues, to jazz, pop and hip hop swag, Trombone Shorty will bring his unique performance style to DFW's newest music venue.
Strauss Square - 2389 Flora Street Dallas, TX 75201
Join Blues greats Taj Mahal and Keb' Mo' for an electrifying show featuring hits from their highly anticipated collaborative album TajMo. This show will sell out!
Tickets: $35 - $73
Header photo: credit tajblues.com