Free Music Every Thursday: Patio Sessions at Sammons Park

Relax and enjoy the indie-pop melodies of  local singer/songwriter, Salim Nourallah. He will perform at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in the second installation of the Patio Sessions.

Patio Sessions provides a place to download after work, listen to music from local artists, and enjoy the outdoors in the beautiful Sammons Park at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Every Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 grab your friends and family, blankets and snacks, and head to the Center for some cold drinks and cool music. Each week features new local talent so come every week to discover another great artist you never knew you liked!

Enjoy the Music of the Night

Spend your Thursday evening in the Dallas Arts District! Listen to some tunes at Patio Sessions, catch a show at the AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Winspear Opera House or the Wyly Theatre, and jazz it up with Thursday Night Live at the Dallas Museum of Art. This is the best time of year to enjoy dinner on the patio at one of the great restaurants at One Arts Plaza. Try one of the Chef’s Special entrees at Dali Wine Bar or pick a few of the items from their Summer Small Plates menu, paired with a glass of wine for the perfect evening under the stars.

Visit the Dallas Arts District for a full schedule of events in the District.

SPECIAL MESSAGE ABOUT WEATHER: Patio Sessions will hold for rain in mild cases, or cancel performances 2 hours before the scheduled performance. Information will be posted no later than 3:30pm on the Patio Sessions homepage, day of show. Please check Patio Sessions for updated information.

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