This Weekend’s Top Events


Need plans this weekend? Whether you’re looking to eat well, drink well, or be entertained by the arts and music, we’ve got an event for you! Check out what’s going on this weekend in D-FW from Wednesday, Feb. 19, to Sunday, Feb. 23.

Cirque du Soleil: Varekai

Cirque du Soleil: The Varekai version of this fabulous series will be at Dr. Pepper Arena starting tonight, Feb. 19, and going until Feb. 23. It’s a circus of an entirely different kind that will leave you in awe.

 

Beer-Paried Dinner at The Grape: Community Beer and The Grape come together tonight, Feb. 19, for a four-course dinner with beer parings. Munch on scallops, pork tenderloin, and more as you sip great local beer.

 

Wine-Paired Dinner at Abacus: Siduri Winery and Abacus will collaborate on Friday, Feb. 21, to bring you four courses of delicious food paired with decadent wine. Enjoy polenta, pheasant, and more.

 

Beer Dinner at Bread Winners: The uptown branch of this restaurant and Abita brewmaster Leo Basille will offer a paired, five-course diner on Friday, Feb. 21, as well. Here you’ll enjoy great beer along with fresh salad, shrimp and grits, and beer-infused chocolate bundt cake.

Imagine Dragons: American Airlines Center

Imagine Dragons: There’s no doubting this band’s rise to stardom over the last year. Hear them live at American Airlines Center this Friday, Feb. 21!

 

The Little Mermaid: This broadway musical began shows in Dallas on Feb. 13, and will continue to dazzle and delight guests through Mar. 2 at the Music Hall at Fair Park.

 

Dallas Blooms

Dallas Blooms: Starting Saturday, Feb. 22, and going until Apr. 6, experience the beauty of spring in Dallas at the Dallas Arboretum. Based on this year’s theme “Birds of Paradise,” you can explore the new life-size bird house and take in the 500,000 seasonal blooms.

 

Sea Breeze’s Cooking Class: This Sunday, Feb. 23, begins the first of three classes in this series. You’ll learn 3-4 recipes and wine pairings in each 1 1/2-hour session.

 

Feature photo from dallasarboretum.org