Weekend Picks

The Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

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6 Fun Things To Do Next Weekend

With so many things to do in Dallas, how do you choose what to do? Make the most of this weekend with our editor’s picks. From professional sports to neighborhood festivals and all the events that locals love, there’s always something BIG happening in Dallas. Find everything from the best concerts and nightlife, to museum exhibits and things to do with the kids.

Chi Omega Christmas Market 2019

The Chi Omega Christmas Market offers a unique, one-of-a-kind shopping experience with more than 220 merchants showcasing gifts for every age including holiday décor, women's clothing/accessories, home accents, children's clothing and toys, food items and much more! In its 41-year history, Chi Omega Christmas Market has distributed more than $8.5 million dollars to the Dallas community through grants to local charities and collegiate scholarships.  Date(s): November 20-23,...... Read More

Discotech presented by Sweet Tooth Hotel

Ready for a sensory adventure? Discotech combines music and digital art to create interactive audio-visual installations. You're invited to check in, throw on a pair of silent disco headphones and explore the newly expanded space, complete with a Prince themed bar serving five signature cocktails!... Read More

Todrick Hall

Broadway actor and Streamy Award winner Todrick Hall will bring his Haus Party World Tour to Dallas on Nov 21!... Read More

56th Anniversary Program: Living History with …

Free program | Reservations required Reporting live from police headquarters, KRLD broadcaster Bill Mercer was the first to inform Lee Harvey Oswald he had been charged with the murder of President Kennedy. A member of the Texas Radio Hall of Fame and co-author of "When the News Went Live: Dallas 1963," Mercer will interact with classrooms around the world and a live Museum audience on the anniversary of the assassination. Join us for this free Distance Learning Spotlight Session, followed...... Read More

Luisa Goldstein

In conjunction with the current exhibition, Where Have All the Flowers Gone, Gallery Director, Burt Finger, will give a talk about his tour of duty in Vietnam, 1968-1969. The exhibition features photographs by important photojournalists that have documented various wars in the 20th and 21st Century. Several of the images featured in this show were taken during the Vietnam War. Burt served with the Corps of Engineers, 299th Combat Engineer Battalion, in Dak To, Vietnam. A story of a year at...... Read More

Sound Fusion Fest

Sound Fusion is an event platform created by "Colored But Entitled" that brings together different genres of artists with a dope DJ to create a vibe like no other. We create an experience that incorporates music from hip hop, afro beat, reggeton. The night will also include live art and vendors!... Read More

Other Events Coming Soon to Dallas

Special Exhibition: Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.
Mon - Nov 18

Special Exhibition: Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.

Daily through Jan 31

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Pic-OlOgy Gallery LTD
Mon - Nov 18

Pic-OlOgy Gallery LTD

Pic-OlOgy

Mountain View College Faculty Exhibiton
Mon - Nov 18

Mountain View College Faculty Exhibiton

Daily through Dec 13

Cliff Gallery Mountain View College

The Trains at NorthPark
Mon - Nov 18

The Trains at NorthPark

NorthPark Center

The Trains at NorthPark benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas
Mon - Nov 18

The Trains at NorthPark benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas

NorthPark Center

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE
Mon - Nov 18

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE

Daily through Feb 9

PDNB Gallery (Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery)