Here’s who’s coming to Dallas this week: December 7-11

All Young Dolph Everything, a celebration of his music

Dec 10, 10 p.m. | Trees

On November 17, Young Dolph, known as the “King of Memphis”, was shot and killed in his hometown. Considered one of the most important voices in the independent Southern hip-hop scene, Dolph was admired and loved in Dallas. In 2020, the Memphis rapper gifted a Lamborghini to Dallas resident Jack Davila. When Davila and her family sold the car in 2021, Dolph responded with one of his signature phrases: “GET PAID”. To honor the rapper’s legacy, ALL / EVERYTHING will host a memorial concert and plans to donate a portion of the ticket sales to a local nonprofit that serves Dallas youth. Buy tickets.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Dec 11, 2019 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. | American Airlines Center

It’s not Christmas until the Trans-Siberian Orchestra plays their signature rendition of “The First Noel”. The electrifying pyrotechnic band celebrates the 25th anniversary of Christmas Eve and other stories, the group’s debut album, with a live performance of the album’s greatest hits. According to Billboard, “Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)”, a sample from the album, is one of the best-selling holiday songs in the country. (Of course you knew that, because how else did he manage to get a top spot?) Buy tickets to listen to the song in person.

Cyndi lauper

Dec 11, 2019 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. | AT&T flagship store

Join Cyndi Lauper for an evening to support True Colors United, a national non-profit organization that helps homeless LGBTQ youth. Lauper, co-founder of the association, will perform a selection of her greatest hits via livestream to raise funds for the organization. The livestream will air at the AT&T flagship store at 308 S Akard St Ste. 100. The store will offer soft drinks, snacks and music. Click here for more information on the charity and non-profit event.

Maze with Frankie Beverly and the Isley Brothers

Dec 11, 2019 7:30 p.m., Dec. 12, 7 p.m. | Texas Trust CU Theater

Contemporary pop, R&B and hip-hop would not exist without the musical legacy of The Isley Brothers and Maze with Frankie Beverly. These legendary musical groups have influenced generations of musical performers across the world with their poetic lyricism, a capella voices and pioneering sounds. For more than 50 years, artists have changed popular American music and culture, so get tickets to see the legends in action.

Chelsea manager

Dec 11, 2019 8 p.m. Toyota Music Factory pavilion

Handler shares his hilarious perspectives on entertainment, politics and pop culture on his E! Late night talk show as well as several writing, documentary and stand-up film projects. She is one of the most visible actresses of the 21st century and you can buy tickets to see her in action.

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