Established in 1903, The Dallas Museum of Art is one of the tenth largest art museums in the United States.
It’s nestled in the Dallas Arts District and is best known for showcasing 24,000 works that span 5,000 years of history.
In addition to the incredible art, the museum also hosts an array of musical performers throughout the year.
On the evening of March 15th, visitors can enjoy shows by:
K. Avett will kick the night off with the sounds of soul and R&B. She’s known for singing feel-good music, and her smooth, soulful sound is as transparent as the lyrics she writes. Her debut album reached global audiences, and today she performs throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area. K. Avett has won an Indy Soul Grammy Award, and her newest album has charted for eight consecutive weeks. During the performance, sing along to songs such as “In My Dreams,” “Take it Slow,” and “Find a Way.”
Known for her spiky rock and roll resolve, Jessie Frye has shared the stage with legends such as Pat Benatar. Based in Denton, she has been called the “Best Pop Act” by the Dallas Observer. Jessie’s music captures the rebellious spirit of her youth, and her songs include “Honey,” “Fantasy,” and “Faded Memory.”
Pearl Earl is a female psychedelic pop rock group hailing from Denton. When the ladies aren’t writing new songs, they work hard promoting their band. They dropped their first record last year and won “Best Indie/Rock Band” at the Denton Arts and Music Awards. Their songs include “Cosmic Queen,” “Wizard Man,” and “Captain Howdy.”
The Dallas Museum of Art is just one of the cultural attractions near The Christopher. To call our apartment community home, please contact us. We would love to show you our amenities and floor plans during a tour.