Top Choice Live Music in Dallas

Granada Theater

This converted movie theater, often praised as the best live music venue in town, books popular rock and country bands. It's the anchor of Lower Greenwood. Check the website for what's on.
Top Choice Live Music in Fort Worth

Pearls Dance Hall

On the edge of the stockyards, this raucous old brothel once owned by Buffalo Bill Cody is an atmospheric place to hear traditional country music with an edge. Texas luminaries such as Dale Watson are known to rock …
Top Choice Baseball in Arlington

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

From April to October the Texas Rangers play at this vintage-ballpark-inspired stadium, which features replicas of the Fenway Park scoreboard and the right-field home-run porch from Tiger Stadium. Guided tours are b…
Live Music in Dallas

Adair's Saloon

The regulars call it 'Aayy-dares.' Down-to-earth patrons and infectious country and redneck rock bands go down well with cheap beer and shuffleboard.
Live Music in Fort Worth

Billy Bob's Texas

The 100,000-sq-ft building that is now the world’s largest honky-tonk, called Billy Bob’s, was once a barn housing prize cattle during the Fort Worth Stock Show. After the stock show moved to the Will Rogers Memoria…
Live Music in Fort Worth

White Elephant Saloon

Stockyards cowboys have been bellying up to this bar since 1887 (now owned by Tim Love). Local singers and songwriters are regularly showcased.
Rodeo in Fort Worth

Cowtown Coliseum Rodeo

See a real live rodeo at 8pm on Friday and Saturday nights year-round. From June to August, horses and riders show off at Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show (2:30pm and 4:30pm on Saturday and Sunday).
Spectator Sport in Fort Worth

Texas Motor Speedway

Have yourself a full-on NASCAR experience. The annual stock-car race is in November, but there are races through the year. You can go for a ride with a racer (from $125). The speedway is 20 miles north of downtown, …
Theater in Dallas

AT&T Performing Arts Center

Four architecturally noteworthy performance venues are located here, including the 2000-seat Winspear Opera House, home to the Dallas Opera; the 1500-seat Wyly Theatre; and Strauss Sq, an open-air stage.
Live Music in Dallas

Sons of Hermann Hall

For 95 years, this classic Texas dancehall has been a chameleon: equal parts pickup bar, live-music venue, honky-tonk and swing-dancing club. A Deep Ellum stalwart. The opening hours can vary, so call to find out wh…