Things To Do! 2/25/2016 – 3/3/2016


‘Infusion’ exhibit at Kettle Art Gallery, Feb 25 – March 19.

Rent at Casa Manana, Feb 27 – March 6.

Dallas Blooms at the Dallas Arboretum, Feb 27 – April 10.

Doris Salcedo art exhibit at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Feb 27 – April 17.

Butterflies in the Garden at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens, March 1 – April 3.

All The Way at the Wyly Theater, March 3-27.


Cowtown Marathon and Health Expo in Fort Worth, Feb 26-27.

Le Mozart Noir: The Untold Tale at Montgomery Arts Theatre, Feb 26 – 27.

Classic Combination at Bass Hall with Texas Ballet Theater, Feb 26-28.

Winter Bead and Jewelry Show at Grapevine Convention Center, Feb 26-28.

‘45 Years’ film screening at the Magnolia @ the Modern, Feb 26-28.

Million Dollar Quartet at Music Hall @ Fair Park, Feb 27-28.


‘The Wiz’ and Dance After Party at Texas Theatre.

UTA Maverick Speaker Series hosts Donna Brazile at the UTA College Park.

Artist Talk: Esther Pearl Watson at the Amon Carter Museum.

Bar Art w/ Susie Sue at Texas Theatre.

Pollock’s Black Paintings: A Closer Look at the DMA.


‘The Valley of the Dolls’ is the midnight movie at the Inwood Theater.

Trampoline Dodge Ball at Cosmic Jump, $12.

World Record Attempt! by TangoTabs at the Dallas Convention Center. The goal is to have the most people simultaneously making sandwiches.

Arlington Family Expo at TCC Southeast Campus.

Studio Five90 at the Kimbell Art Museum, this week’s theme is Mondrian Constructions.

ABP Oregon Wine Tasting at Wine Poste & Bar Anatomie.

Cocktails for Kitties II charity fundraiser event at Eight Bells Alehouse.

Storage Warz Flea Market grand opening in Ennis.


LAST CHANCE People and Places art exhibit by Liz Bonham at Elm Street Studio, through Feb 27.

Rocky Horror Picture Show is the midnight movie at the Inwood Theater.

Grand Opening of Bishop Cider’s new location in the Design District.

Science & Engineering Fair at Fair Park.

Drafts and Laughs at Noble Rey Brewing.

Texas Independence Weekend Tastings at Rahr and Sons Brewery.

PBR Iron Cowboy Major at the AT&T Stadium.

Oh Rocky! Burlesque Show at Texas Theatre.

March For Bernie staring at Trinity Grove.

Salvador Dali: The Argillet Collection at the Milan Gallery.

Selected Shorts: Art & Artists at the DMA.

America’s Got Talent auditions at the Dallas Convention Center.

Suits and Boots at Top Golf.

Crafting from the Collection at the Amon Carter Museum.


LAST CHANCE Romeo & Juliet at the Kalita Humphrey’s Theater, Jan 27 – Feb 28.

LAST CHANCE The Oil and Gas Show at the Level Gallery, Jan 28 – Feb 28.

LAST CHANCEDecadence: Fashion of the 1920’s, a fashion exhibit inspired by and celebrating the final season of Downton Abbey, at the Galleria Jan 22 – Feb 28.

LAST CHANCE ‘Seven Guitars’ at Jubilee Theater, through Feb 28.

Oscar Watching Party at Texas Theatre.


LAST CHANCE Penguin Days, $5 admission to the Dallas Zoo through February 29.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: King John at Hamon Hall.

I Like Harvey Movie Night at Braindead Brewing.

TEDxSMU Live Auditions at the Granada Theater.

A Night with Neil Young at select theaters.

Million Dollar Quartet at Bass Hall.


PUBlic Knowledge: Hell-Bent on Distilling at T&P Tavern with the FWM of Science and History.

‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off screening at Movie Tavern.

Pop Up Art Spot at the DMA.

‘The Birds’ screening at the Magnolia Theater.

St. Paddy’s Day Pre-Party Concert at Yucatan Taco Stand.

‘The Moon In The Palace’ lecture and discussion at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.

Classical Open Mic at BuzzBrews.

Bar Politics: DISD Edition at Eight Bells Alehouse.

George Thorogood at the Majestic Theater.


‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off screening at Movie Tavern.

St. Paddy’s Day Pre-Party Concert at the Nodding Donkey.

Imagine Dragons in Concert at select theaters.

Vocalosity at McFarlin Auditorium.

‘Romancing the Stone’ screening at Studio Movie Grill, $3.


Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art at Will Rogers Coliseum, March 3-5.

Mac Sabbath at Trees.

March Madness Wine Walk in Deep Ellum.

First Thursdays: Science Fiction at the Perot Museum.

Asian Art 101: China at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict at Texas Theater.

Experience Hendrix at Verizon Theater.

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