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A major music festival that toured numerous cities in the United States this summer will also make a stop in Dallas this August. The shops in Denton Square in the city centre will offer a variety of food and drinks as well as live entertainment. The ingredients that make this event special are a combination of barbecue and blues and rock music. Stand-up comedian Nikki Glaser will make her first appearance at the event, and 20 different music acts will provide entertainment.

We wouldn't miss the opportunity to mention the wonderfully free Kimbell Art Museum in Dallas' twin city of Fort Worth. Show your DART day pass and you will receive a 2% discount on the regular admission fee. The scheduled tour starts on Friday, August 11, at 9 am in the museum. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, which is also always free, and the Museum of Modern Art in Fortworth, which offers free admission on Fridays, are both a stone's throw from Kim's belly.

Dallas is a city that knows how to have a good time, and its fans flock to the big game shows. The colorful parade and all-day festivities are well known in Dallas, but visitors can join in the fun before the annual Dallas Music and Arts Festival kicks off on Saturday, August 11. This festival takes place between 2900 and 2700 Main St. Information is available at deepellumartsfestival.com. Rock out later in the day for concerts and participate in one of the most popular events in Texas, the Texas Music Festival.

There are no shows in Dallas, but it's not just live music when it comes to emerging - and - coming - indie bands and singers - songwriting acts. If you want to try a different kind of comedy, check out this set at the Austin Comedy Club. We recommend the free offer because Adair's is the best place to listen to free live country music every night of the week. When it's cold outside, you can look around the Metroplex by getting used to a good theater production, and there's no shortage of them.

This is a great place to enjoy a drink and a good show with friends at the Austin Comedy Club on a cold, rainy evening.

The biggest event at the Metroplex is the Fort Worth Rodeo, which will be held at Dickies Arena. Even if you are not an architecture fan, you should of course go and explore some of the interesting places. Many famous landmarks of Dallas, such as the Texas Museum of Natural History, the University of Texas at Dallas and the Dallas Zoo, are an interesting place to explore, even for those who are not architecture fans.

The Dallas Museum of Art, for example, has one of the largest collections of contemporary art in the United States, the Nasher Art Museum. The outdoor collection is the main attraction here, and since it is never admission-free, it can be a great place to enjoy the exhibition while maintaining a social distance from the more popular museums such as the Art Institute of New York and the Metropolitan Art Gallery of Dallas.

Cedar HillHills are pretty rare in Dallas, but from the parking lot of the Dallas Museum of Art you can have a great view of Cedar Hill. The hills of Cedar Hillsborough are sparse, and you could get a great view from one of Dallas' most popular parking lots, so get out!

From the Dallas Museum of Art parking lot, you can watch cowboys and cowgirls riding on wobbly Broncos and brash cops. Cowboy cow watching Girls Ride Bronco Bulls and Bull Riders in Cedar HillHills, Dallas, Texas, watch cowboy cowgirl ride a buck - off brono and a naughty bull. In the parking lots of Cedar Hillsborough you can watch cowboys riding cowman cattle and bull.

Experience Dallas at its most bohemian, diverse and relaxed, and visit the Dallas Museum of Art parking lot for a night of music, art, food and entertainment.

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Make no mistake, this concert is not your usual cup of tea, but the River is a weekly concert held in downtown Fort Worth in summer.

The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is the permanent home of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and home to the world's most prestigious ensemble. The center was built in a Dallas neighborhood once known as Automobile Row, which had many gas station parking lots. Pousttchi's idea for the show was inspired by the Nasher Sculpture Center's past, and the sprawling 3,000 square foot, multi-story building, designed by architect-in-law Robert P. Mies van der Rohe, offers spectacular views of downtown Fort Worth and the iconic Dallas skyline. It is a testimony to the rich musical and artistic history of the city and its rich cultural heritage.

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