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Dec. 14, 8 p.m. | Trees
This is a Luna Luna stan account. The bilingual indie pop band blends ’70s psychedelic, early ’00s R&B, and dreamy bedroom pop worthy of a Olivia Rodrigo shoutout. The locals are back in town for their Flower Moon Tour. In the past twelve months, the hometown band received editorial coverage in Remezcla, and performed live studio sessions on Live Nation and Tidal’s social media channels. Buy tickets for the Dallas band to watch.
Dec. 14, 8 p.m | The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
Whether you are a fan of The Police, his solo career, or performance on Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building, Sting is the one-word man who can do it all. The 21st century Renaissance man stops in Dallas for his My Songs tour. Purchase tickets for English musician, philanthropist, and actor, who has been a presence in music, film, theater and pop culture since 1977.
Dec. 16, 8 p.m. | The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
Happy Cuffing Season to All! Get tickets for your person, your boo, your significant other, or your insert-name-for-person-you-care-for to Pink Sweat$’s Pink Planet tour. Born David Bowden, the Philadelphia singer-songwriter went viral in 2018 for “Honesty,” a heartfelt, poetic single that reached over a billion streams on Spotify. Now three years later, the singer-songwriter is touring behind Pink Planet, his debut album, which focuses on love. “And love is what the Pink Planet is about. It’s not about anything else. When you’re open and you love, there’s a gravitational pull, and on the Pink Planet, love is the gravity,” Bowden says.
Dec. 17, 8 p.m. | The Factory in Deep Ellum
The Houston genre blending trio brings their signature colorful, melodic sounds to Deep Ellum. Brooklyn based singer-songwriter Nick Hakim opens for the soulful Houstonians, who recently announced their second collaborative EP with Leon Bridges, scheduled to be out some time in 2022. Get tickets while you can.
The Holiday Hoedown featuring Midland, Travis Denning, and Hailey Whitters
Dec. 18, 7:30 p.m. | Texas Trust CU Theatre
It’s not a Texan Christmas without a few of country’s newest stars in Grand Prairie. Click here to learn more about Iowa raised singer-songwriter Hailey Whitters’, one of the night’s most promising talents. Buy seats.
Dec. 19, 8 p.m. | House of Blues
Where did Larry June and Cardo buy a “Green Juice In Dallas“? Since 2014, the San Francisco rapper has released back-to-back projects that exemplify the region’s laid back, mackin’ sound using a soft-tone intuitive lens. Get tickets for Frisco’s finest slick talker. (You might want to leave your significant other at home for this one.)