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  • The Dollop

    Nov 20, 2020

  • Louis Tomlinson

    Apr 24, 2021

  • Ween

    Jun 19, 2021

  • Louis The Child

    Jul 30, 2021

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The Dollop

South Side Music Hall

November 20, 2020

Every couple of weeks, Gareth Reynolds and Dave Anthony explore an historical titbit on their podcast The Dollop. They're not interested in history's grand sweeping narratives, rather those stories which you'll struggle to believe are true, featuring some of the greatest weirdos, charlatans and bad-asses that the world has ever seen. Catch them live as the take the Dollop around the country.

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Louis Tomlinson

South Side Ballroom

April 24, 2021

The phenomenal pop reign of One Direction may have come to rest since the outfit announced an indefinite hiatus in January 2016, but the fire hasn't died out - it burns just as bright thanks its member's solo endeavours. Immediately after the hiatus announcement, Louis Tomlinson AKA one fifth of the world's most adored boy band since the Beatles released his solo single debut 'Just Hold On', reaching certified gold status in the UK and the US. A year later, he solidified his place in the pop stratosphere with Bebe Rexha collaboration 'Back To You'.

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Ween

South Side Ballroom

June 19, 2021

Meeting at the crossroads of delightfully odd and astonishingly prodigious, experimental alt-rock collective Ween formed after founding members Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) and Mickey Melchiondo (Dean Ween) met at a middle school typing class. In the hallowed years since, the outfit grew in members and genres, achieving international recognition with their smash hit 1992 single Push th' Little Daisies.

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Louis The Child

South Side Ballroom

July 30, 2021

Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren, a.k.a Louis The Child have taken the music industry by storm in recent years. Their music has been dubbed 'electronic bliss', with stadium-ready anthems such as 'It's Strange' and 'Weekend'. It's no wonder that this band have racked up 50 million Spotify streams and have already worked with artists like K.Flay and Icona Pop.

Gilley's Complex

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1135 S Lamar St #101, Dallas, TX 75215

Gilley's is bathed in an unmistably Texan atmosphere. The original Gilley's, a honky tonk bar which was featured prominently in the John Travolta movie Urban Cowboy, was gutted by a fire in 1990, but the venue was reborn in 2003, bigger and brighter than before.

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