Weekend Guide: Memories and Camping Edition
Take a stroll down Memory Lane with this new interactive pop-up experience downtown that combines nostalgia, positivity and creativity for a one-of-a-kind hour-long trip. Made up a collection of rooms and murals inspired by childhood memories that you’re encouraged to explore in depth, this is the ultimate ‘grammable summer experience. Get your tickets ASAP.
Celebrate Pride Month with a block party in the Arts District complete with a DMA Late Nights and Nasher Sculpture Center ‘Til Midnight with pride-themed tours, performances, story time, movies, local artists, food trucks, makers and artisans, drag shows, runways, outdoor activities, and more. This free, family-friendly event has a full schedule here.
We can’t tell you exactly who’s playing a Super Secret Show on BrainDead’s patio, but it’s on a Friday and BrainDead is a brewery and if there’s one craft beer-centric band that loves Fridays, they would certainly be playing a Super Secret Show on BrainDead’s patio. Just make sure to bring your keys, because there will undoubtedly be some shotgunning.
Dallas is home to Camp Nowhere for one night only as this three-city, three-day immersive concert featuring Odesza, Zhu and more sets up at Dos Equis Pavilion. Besides the music, there will be interactive installations and art around the grounds. Not often you can go camping without a tent, but here we are.
Enjoy the Dallas skyline up close at the 5th annual Reunion Lawn Party hosted on the lawn of Reunion Tower. Enjoy live music by Dj K-Sprinkles and Emerald City’s Party Machine with food trucks, lawn games, entertainment and more and usher in summer the right way.