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  • Dallas Vigilantes
    Led by a solid core of veteran players and first-year head coach Clint Dolezel, the Vigilantes hope to build off last year?s inaugural campaign while providing the high-octane entertainment of arena football. Cheer as quarterback Dan Raudabaugh and wide receiver Matt Fields lead the Vigilantes in juking, tomahawk high-fiving, and running mesmerizing routes past dazed defenders, looking to defend their first-place standing. Each ticket provides admission for a regular-season home game against Central Division rivals and American Conference foes such as the hot-streaking San Jose Sabercats, winners of their last three contests and 50 cents in this month?s Powerball. From eye-enthralling lower-sideline seats, fans can relish the hard-hitting action inside the American Airlines Center while marveling at the referees' flag-throwing prowess, high-fiving ushers, and rewarding neighbors' Jumbotron appearances with impromptu Gatorade baths.
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    2500 Victory Avenue
    Dallas, TX US
  • American Airlines Center
    Fronted by British-Nigerian lead singer Sade Adu, Grammy-winning band Sade has seduced eardrums with a potent m?lange of R & B, soul, and jazz for nearly 30 years. Performing songs from the new compilation album The Ultimate Collection, Sade will delight fans with greatest hits as well as a smattering of brand-new songs, melding soul-stroking vocals with eye-tickling dancing and onstage spectacle. Special guest John Legend will also throw his honeyed voice into the ring, soothing ears that have been damaged by the cacophony of city life and the screeching of prima-donna chalkboards.
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    2500 Victory Ave.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dallas Mavericks
    In 1979, millionaire Donald J. Carter and Mavericks' founding president, Norm Sonju, began making efforts to secure an NBA team in Dallas. His dream became a reality at the 1980 All-Star game, when league owners voted to admit the new franchise for an entry fee of $12 million and Mr. Carter's entire baseball-card collection. The newly formed Mavs experienced quick success, making the postseason six times during their first decade. The 1990s proved not so kind, however; the team failed to make the playoffs even once. That ineptitude came to a prompt halt with the start of the new millennium, when, under a fresh and outspoken ownership regime, the team set off a string of 12 straight playoff appearances, highlighted by its first NBA title in 2011.
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    2500 Victory Ave.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Atandt Performing Arts Center
    The crown jewel of the Dallas Arts District, the AT&T Performing Arts Center – or AT&T PAC, as it’s commonly referred to – encompasses four different venues, meaning there’s a little something for everyone. The grand Winspear Opera House, a bright red fixture in the city’s skyline, is home to the Dallas Opera and the Texas Ballet Theater, while the Wyly Theatre hosts the Dallas Theatre Center, Dallas Black Dance Theater and Ballet Folklorico. Outside, Strauss Square provides space for outdoor performances and festivals, and the sprawling Sammons Park is ten acres of green space surrounding the venues. The PAC is buzzing year-round, drawing patrons of the arts from all over the Metroplex to catch an impressive range of performances from The Book of Mormon to The Barber of Seville, and everything in-between.
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    2403 Flora Street
    Dallas, TX US
  • Spin4Life Studios
    Within the fire-engine red walls of S4L Studios, upbeat music mingles with the whirs of stationary bike wheels and the motivational words of instructor Keith Owens. The former college football player energizes students with a structured regimen, which he learned in a competitive athletic-training program and from years of teaching. Students tone their lower body and abs while bolstering cardiovascular health atop one of the 28 Spinner NXT bikes, pedaling at their own pace and fueling themselves on the student camaraderie that permeates each class. Unlike running marathons or standing in for Lou Ferrigno?s pogo stick, spinning provides exercisers with a low-impact activity that?s easy on the joints.
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    2812 Vine St
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dallas Convention Center
    Fitness retreats have come a long way since they days when they were the exclusive territory of high-powered celebrities and the old-guard elite. Now, thanks to the help of gurus like Don Miguel, these wellness-oriented escapes welcome a wider audience while retaining their air of exclusive luxury. Don Miguel whips visiting travelers and native Dallasites alike into shape with intimate boutique-style fitness retreats that focus on weight loss and full-body conditioning. Each day, Don Miguel's Fitness spices up group workouts with Zumba or belly-dancing classes, as well as morning and evening yoga sessions. Don also leads guided hikes through the Oak Cliff Nature Preserve, a patch of densely forested land a few miles outside of downtown. When he?s not leading these treks or demonstrating an exercise, Don?s hard at work as the CEO of the Fit-for-Me Foundation, an organization that advocates youth fitness and wellness programs. Participants jump-start weight-loss goals by following a four-day juice cleanse, which involves drinking plenty of fresh-pressed juices before and after each activity. In the evenings, they?ll retire to deluxe suites with a queen bed, free WiFi, and views of the city at the Belmont Hotel, where they can relax or work up a night sweat during optional dream workouts. On the day of your choice, a licensed massage therapist will be on hand to help improve circulation and alleviate muscle fatigue with a 30-minute massage.
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    650 South Griffin Street
    Dallas, TX US

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