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Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: November 15 – 22

Thundercat, Coach Tev, plus Hamilton at Fair Park.
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Nov. 16 – Dec. 06 | Music Hall at Fair Park

In 2015, Lin-Manuel Miranda debuted Hamilton as an off-Broadway play that diversified America’s Founding Fathers and notable American figures. Since its debut, the play received critical acclaim for its interpolation of the nation’s beginnings through the lens of immigrants and people of color. Although the play is available for view on Disney+, the magic of the theater cannot be replicated at home. Purchase seats.

Jo Koy

Nov. 16 – 17 | Winspear Opera House

Does anyone remember BET’s Comic View? The underrated classic in American late night comedic television was Jo Koy’s introduction to American pop culture. For decades, Koy has appeared on numerous late night shows, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Showtime at the Apollo, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and more. Buy seats to see why the comedian is comedy’s go-to.

Luke Combs

Nov. 18, 7 p.m. | American Airlines Center

The CMA entertainer of the year brings his country stardom to the home of the Mavs. Buy seats to see the chart-topper live.


Nov. 20, 8 p.m. | House of Blues

Thundercat is no stranger to Dallas. The award winning bass musician has appeared onstage at one of Erykah Badu’s birthday bashes, and contributed to New Amerykah, Badu’s 2008 album. His contributions also include Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, placement on Issa Rae’s Insecure, and his several critically acclaimed albums, like Grammy Award winning It Is What It Is. Buy tickets.

Coach Tev, Pat Ron, Free Blck, Maya Piata, Tears & Muriel

Nov. 20, 9 p.m. | Trees

It’s a night to celebrate Dallas’ underground music scene. Buy tickets to support a few of the city’s talented independent musicians. You’ll likely find a new favorite: maybe bilingual singer (Muriel), a vocal powerhouse (Maya Piata), or FrontRow pick Coach Tev. This show is displays how diverse Dallas music is. Get tickets.

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