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31st Annual Dallas Observer Music Awards Showcase

1 Night, over 40 local bands on multiple stages in Deep Ellum

On Saturday, December 7th sample the sounds of over 40 local bands in Deep Ellum, TX. Shows will be spread across several different venues including Club Dada Indoor & Outdoor Stage, Off the Record, Reno’s Chop Shop, Three Links and Trees!

To determine the lineup of local acts, Dallas Observer poll movers and shakers in the music industry, everyone from promoters to fans to musicians themselves to nominate the best of the best for this year’s ballot. Those nominations were whittled down to more than 200 finalists divided into 38 categories on our 2019 Dallas Observer Music Awards Ballot. Close to half of those acts will perform at the 31st Annual Dallas Observer Music Awards Showcase!

The 31st Annual Dallas Observer Music Awards celebrate the local talent who make up the thriving, dynamic music community of Dallas. A general admission ticket gets you access to all participating venues; VIP tickets include all of the above, plus 3 drink tickets at VIP Private Bar upstairs at Trees (private cash bar available after tickets are used), Catered food, Dallas Observer Music Awards T-Shirt, Parking Pass (with purchase of four VIP Passes — redemption details will be emailed after purchase), and access to VIP Restrooms.

Box office opens at 5:30 p.m. and the showcase starts at 6 p.m.
Box office is located on Elm Street next to Trees.

Find out who wins all 38 of the 31st Annual Dallas Observer Music Awards at the Ceremony on Tuesday, December 10th at the Dallas Observer Music Awards Ceremony. This free event is open to the public and is a perfect wrap up to celebrate the Dallas Music scene in 2019. There will be performances by Dallas Observer Music Awards nominees in between announcement of the awards. 2018 Dallas Observer Music Awards winners include Bobby Sessions, Medicine Man Revival, PriMadonna, Rosegarden Funeral Party and more!

All Guests must be 21+, with a Valid I.D.
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