Concerts in University Park


5th Annual Throwback Festival with Back In Black & More at Gexa Energy Pavilion on Saturday June 13 (Up to 77% Off)

5th Annual Throwback Festival

Gexa Energy Pavilion

Tribute artists recreate the sounds, sights, and attitude of The Beatles, ZZ Top, Journey, KISS, and 11 other classic bands across 3 stages

$13.52 $10

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I Love Salsa Feat. Oscar D'Leon & India at House of Blues Dallas on April 12 at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

I Love Salsa Feat. Oscar D'leon & India

House of Blues Dallas

Two salsa greats join forces for an evening of dance-worthy hits, all while encouraging the crowd to execute their own fancy footwork

$57.45 $29

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The Who at American Airlines Center on Saturday, May 2

The Who

American Airlines Center

Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and company offer a career-spanning set on The Who’s 50th anniversary tour; with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

$89.23 $59.50

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"The Best of Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley" or "Country Music in Texas" at at The Palace Theater (Up to 40% Off)

"The Best of Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley" or "Country Music in Texas"

palace theater

Buddy Holly songs and an award-winning Elvis tribute, or costumed singers performing the hits of George Strait, Miranda Lambert, and others

$50 $30

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Dueling-Piano Show and Pizza for 2, 4, 8, or 12 on Friday or Saturday at Louie Louie's Piano Bar (Up to 67% Off)

Louie Louie's Dueling Piano Bar

Louie Louie's Dualing Piano Br

Pianists battle each other during lively interactive shows guided by the audience, banging out song requests and sing-alongs

$22 $9

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  • The Dallas Opera
    Tucked away from life's daily barrage of appointments, meetings, and expectations, Dallas Yoga Center provides a tranquil haven for self-discovery and the mental truces that achieve inner peace. An arched Indian doorway marks the threshold between the outside world and the refuge of the 8,000-sq.-ft. facility, which houses four spacious, naturally lit studios. Inside, instructors lead groups through more than 65 classes per week, which focus on a variety of yoga styles. During the studio's Beginners Yoga classes, aspiring yogis learn the basic motions and breathing techniques that serve as the jumping-off point for their yogic journeys. From there, they can explore the gentle calmness of Yin Yoga, the intense exertion of a hot Ashtanga Yoga class set at 85 degrees, the prop-aided poses of Iyengar Yoga, or the ab-toning workouts of Yoga Core. They can also take part in t'ai chi sessions that leave minds spry and energies recentered. After class, students can propel their practices forward by stocking up on the center's selection of yoga clothes, jewelry, props, accessories, and DVDs. For those seeking even deeper enlightenment, the center also sponsors yoga teacher training, and even arranges retreats to India, where students study ayurveda and yoga straight from the source.
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    2403 Flora St
    Dallas, TX US
  • CirqueFit
    Both former professionally performing cirque artists, Kimberly Adele and Dylan Keith wanted to share the joys of flight and mastering the wide-ranging and eclectic cirque arts. To that end, they train aerial apprentices at CirqueFit, blending aspects of music, dance, and theater with soaring circus maneuvers. Kimberly and Keith emphasize proper safety throughout all their programs. Their class environment of trust and positivity makes for an engaging socializing forum and an upbeat venue for children—some as young as 3 years old—where they can develop their coordination, confidence, and ability to best any bear balancing atop a circus ball. Students of all ages can swoop and spin on the lyra or spiral down aerial silks during aerial cirque-arts classes or hone their balance skills in acro-yoga sessions, which rely on partner poses to form living sculptures. In addition to imparting high-flying skills, each class rewards students with fitness benefits, which tighten cores and tone physiques as guests hoist their own bodyweight above cushioned mats.
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    4720 Iberia Avenue
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Texas Theatre
    For moviegoers interested in becoming a part of Dallas’ history, the Texas Theatre will take you there. Located on Jefferson Blvd., the movie house is where Lee Harvey Oswald was found by police after Kennedy’s assassination, and back in 1931 it was the first area theatre built for talking pictures. These days, the Texas Theatre focuses on independent and classic films, and has garnered plenty of local praise for its nightly screenings. Inside, the stucco features and cozy bar area have been touched up over the years, but the old marquee still glows out front. With a few quiet pre-show lounge spaces and room in the theater for around 650, the Texas Theatre is a wonderful mix of old and new, big and small, just south of downtown Dallas.
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    231 W Jefferson Blvd
    Dallas, TX US
  • Backdoor Comedy Productions
    Backdoor Comedy made its way into the Dallas comedy scene in a manner as modest and circuitous as its name might suggest. Before it reached its current intimate space downtown in the Doubletree Hotel, owners (and comics themselves) Jan Norton and Linda Stogner put together showcases in no fewer than nine other locations, including a deli, a bowling alley, and a feed store. Today, weekends see a large rotating cast of regulars and occasional drop-ins by celebrity guests who have included David Spade and Kathleen Madigan.
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    9546 Alta Mira Dr
    Dallas, TX US
  • Gexa Energy Pavilion
    Maroon 5 and Train join musical forces at the Gexa Energy Pavilion for a tuneful collision of chart-topping favorites. Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 bandmates continue their mission to woo even the most colicky eardrums with a songbook of finely honed hits most recently infused with material from the band's 2010 release, Hands All Over. Augmenting the aural fun, Train runs express across the stage and the heartstrings, showcasing the songwriting chops that have earned the band multiple Grammys. Crooner and guitar-slinger Matt Nathanson completes the bill, setting the stage for a night of entertainment even more robust than watching a neighbor teach his schnauzer to moonwalk.
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    1818 First Ave.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Zounds Sounds Gp
    Zounds Sounds, which was voted Best School of Rock 2008 by D Magazine, hosts lessons that teach students musical mechanics by letting them play and sing songs they already know and love. The team of skilled faculty that imparts musical knowledge in all the fundamental rock instruments, including guitar, bass, drums, piano, voice, and electric jaw harp. All instructors have extensive professional experience, and can usually be spotted playing shows locally any given night of the week. Zounds Sounds originally operated out of Marc's garage and fosters a supportive and collaborative environment for future shredders, wailers, and drum wallopers.
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    1203 N Haskell Ave
    Dallas, TX US
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