DFW Weekend Round Up (2/26-3/1)



Warm up the chilly weekend ahead with live music, theater, stand-up and more.

Thursday, Feb. 26:

Diana Ross: The queen of The Supremes will be at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie performing solo songs like “Endless Love” and other fan favorites.


Fashion Group International: Rising Stars: The ice rink at the Galleria is being transformed into a walkway and stage for the annual awards ceremony and runway show celebrating Dallas designers and fashionistas.


The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes: Through May 10, the Perot Museum will host an exhibit that asks you to tap into your inner detective. See how Sherlock Holmes used science to solve mysteries- then try it yourself.


Kinky Boots: Dallas Summer Musicals presents this Tony award-winning musical about thigh-high boots with music by Cyndi Lauper at Music Hall at Fair Park through March 8.


Winter Dreams: Tchaikovsky’s early work delightfully blends East and West with enchanting accents of Russian folk music presented by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.


Friday, Feb. 27:

5th-Annual Bonne Santé: The annual food and wine showcase benefitting the Nation Kidney Foundation will take place at The Westin Galleria. The event features top chefs from D-FW and around the country, each preparing signature dishes paired with fine wines.


The Avett Brothers: The alternative country band will play shows on Friday and Saturday at South Side Ballroom.


Meghan Trainor: The pop star who has risen to fame thanks to songs like “All About That Bass” and “Lips Are Movin'” will be at Granada Theater.


Saturday, Feb. 28:

Dallas Blooms: Deep in the Hearts of Texans: Nothing says spring like the start of a new exhibit at the Dallas Arboretum. We may still be shaking off the frost, but this 44-day event lasts through April 12 and boasts more than a half-million blooming bulbs.


George Lopez: Funny man George Lopez will be at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie treating fans to his ever popular stand up comedy.


Sunday, Mar. 1:

The American Rodeo: Cowboy competitors, not the football playing kind, will be at AT&T Stadium giving it their all to win their share of a $2 million cash payout.


The Goonies: Granada Theater has become a great place to watch your favorite cult-classic movies. Head over for comfortable seats, concert sound, and admission that will only set you back $3.


Image via Kinky Boots Oficial Website