All Young Dolph Everything, A Celebration of His Music
Dec. 10, 10 p.m. | Trees
On November 17, Young Dolph, known as the “King of Memphis,” was shot and killed in his hometown. Regarded as one of the most prominent voices in the South’s independent hip-hop scene, Dolph was admired and loved in Dallas. In 2020, the Memphis rapper gifted a Lamborghini to Jack Davila, a Dallas resident. When Davila and her family sold the car in 2021, Dolph responded with one of his signature phrases: “GET PAID.” To honor the rapper’s legacy, ALL / EVERYTHING will host a memoriam concert and plans to donate a portion of ticket sales to a local nonprofit that services Dallas youth. Purchase tickets.
Dec. 11, 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. | American Airlines Center
It’s not Christmas until the Trans-Siberian Orchestra plays its signature rendition of “The First Noel.” The electrifying pyrotechnic band celebrates the 25th anniversary of Christmas Eve and Other Stories, the band’s debut album, with a live performance of the album’s greatest hits. According to Billboard, “Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24),” a single from the album, is one of the top-selling holiday songs in the nation. (Of course, you knew this because how else did it secure a top spot?) Buy tickets to hear the song in person.
Dec. 11, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. | AT&T Flagship Store
Join Cyndi Lauper for a night to support True Colors United, a national nonprofit that helps LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness. Lauper, co-founder of the nonprofit, will perform a selection of her greatest hits via livestream to raise money for the organization. The livestream will be broadcasted at the AT&T Flagship Store on 308 S Akard St Ste. 100. The store will have non-alcoholic beverages, small bites, and music. Click here for more information about the charitable event and nonprofit.
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly & The Isley Brothers
Dec. 11, 7:30 p.m., Dec. 12, 7 p.m. | Texas Trust CU Theatre
Contemporary pop, R&B, and hip-hop would not exist without the musical legacies of The Isley Brothers and Maze featuring Frankie Beverly. These legendary musical groups influenced generations of musical performers across the globe through their poetic lyricism, a capella vocals, and pioneering sounds. For over 50 years, the performers have shifted American popular music and culture, so get tickets to see legends in action.
Dec. 11, 8 p.m. | The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Handler shares her hilarious perspectives on entertainment, politics, and pop culture on her E! late-night talk show as well as multiple ventures in writing, documentary film, and stand-up. She is one of the most visible women comedians of the 21st century and you can buy seats to see her in action.