Here’s who’s coming to Dallas this week: November 1

The rolling stones

November 2, 7:30 p.m. | Cotton Bowl Stadium, 3750 The Midway

The biggest rock & roll band in the world comes to Dallas. The iconic rock band brings their biggest hits to the Cotton Bowl, the first time they’ve performed at Fair Park since 1989. According to the Tampa bay times musical critic, the group always gives you “satisfaction”.

Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin

November 3, 7:30 p.m. | American Airlines Center, 2500, avenue de la Victoire.

“For a few years, starting in the late 90s, Latino artists like Ricky and Enrique Iglesias, J.Lo, Shakira and Marc Anthony… ruled the Billboard charts with songs that were a bit Latin, lots of pop. and designed for the crossover, ”says Sam Sanders on It’s been a minute, his NPR show. Before purchasing tickets to Iglesias and Martin’s show at AAC, listen to Sanders’ episode of the pop culture shift to Latinx artists in American pop.

Walk on the moon

November 6, 8 p.m. | South Side Ballroom, 1135 Botham Jean Blvd. # 101

Remember when “Shut Up and Dance” ruled Billboard, Good Morning America, and all the late night shows in America? Yes, the alternative pop days of the early 2010s conjure up memories of Forever21, Zara, and outdated makeup trends. Relive those glory days with hundreds of spectators on the South Side. Leave the galaxy space leggings at home… too cheugy.

A conversation with Stacey Abrams

November 10, 7:30 p.m. | Texas Trust CU Theater, 1001 Performance Pl, Grand Prairie

Regarding his nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize, Lars Haltbrekken, a member of the Norwegian committee that nominates people for the prestigious world prize, described Abrams’ work on voting rights to Reuters as an important part “to complement the (Dr Martin Luther) King’s work are crucial if the United States of America is successful in its effort to create brotherhood among all its peoples and a peaceful and just society. The Nobel Peace Prize candidate and former politician will discuss his perspective on social justice and change, electoral politics and leadership.

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