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Here’s Who Is Coming to Dallas This Week: November 30 – December 3

The major news this week is in Fort Worth, where Lil Nas X, Doja Cat, and the Kid Laroi headline 106.1 KISS FM’s annual Jingle Ball.
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106.1 KISS FM’s Jingle Ball

Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m. | Dickens Arena

Where else can you find Doja Cat, Lil Nas X, and The Kid Laroi on the same lineup? Nowhere else: festival season is over, and 106.1 Kiss FM’s Jingle Ball is the only concert in the state with these three Grammy nominated performers in one place. Joining the big three are TikTok darling Dixie D’Amelio, AJR, Forbes 30 Under 30 Tate McRae, and Bazzi. Buy tickets for the celebrity all star event. It’s worth the drive to Fort Worth.

Giolì & Assia

Dec. 1, 8:00 p.m. | Trees

Italian superstars Giolì & Assia stop in Dallas on their North American tour. The duo of young women producers releases music through Diesis Records, their own record label. Last year, the two went viral for their in-person performance on top of a live volcano in Sicily. Get tickets to get global.

AEG presents Funny & Famous Comedy Show III

Dec. 3, 7:00 p.m. | Texas Trust CU Theatre

Celebrity comedian DeRay Davis brings his roster of comic friends to Grand Prairie. Corey Holcomb headlines, but he’ll be joined by standups Jess Hilarious, Karlous Miller, and JJ Williamson. Purchase seats.

Dal Gala

Dec. 3, 9 p.m. | 1305 Wycliff Ave

Local hip-hop, streetwear vendors, and back-to-back silent discos sure sound like a Dal Gala function. The second edition of party promoter Vincent Flores’ curated event series includes performances by The Waiting List, Spike Chester, Cush With a C, and more. DJs Capshun, Henry K, and Johnny C are in the charge of the night’s silent disco. The event is a celebration of Dallas underground culture. Buy tickets to fall in love with a new local artist, DJ, or streetwear brand you have never heard of.

Dro Kenji

Dec. 5, 7: p.m. | House of Blues 

“Style-wise, Dro tends to rap and harmonize about the ups and downs of love and dating, especially as he becomes more popular and successful in music. His hooks are potent,” writes Robby Seabrook III of XXL. Dro, the 19 year old rapper from South Carolina, performs his melodic love-struck tunes at the House of Blues. Purchase tickets.

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