Celebrate Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Week with Diverse Music Events in Dallas

Enjoy live performances ranging from country love songs to indie rock, Brazilian death metal, and pop-punk. Don’t miss out on the vibrant Mardi Gras and Valentine’s festivities Dallas has to offer.

This week in Dallas is filled with music and celebration, from Mardi Gras parties to Valentine’s Day tribute shows. The festivities kick off with a Fat Tuesday extravaganza at the Plaza at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, featuring live music, a Second Line parade, and a Crawfish Feast. Meanwhile, Six Springs Tavern in Richardson will host a Fat Tuesday Open Jam with music, gumbo, and a special guest tattoo artist.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, The Kessler in Oak Cliff presents a Valentine’s Day Tribute Show, where artists will serenade the audience with country music’s greatest love songs. For those seeking a different musical experience, Andy’s Bar in Denton offers an indie rock night, culminating in a performance by Bluesdream.

The week continues with a diverse lineup, including a rock band from Saint Petersburg, Russia, at Three Links, and a Red Dirt country singer at Magnolia Motor Lounge. The music scene also welcomes the all-woman Brazilian death metal band, Crypta, at Trees, and the annual Riot Girl Fest at Double Wide, a femme and queer empowerment event featuring a variety of musical acts.

The week concludes with performances by Atom & EV, Husbands, and the southern New Jersey pop-punk band, The Sheckies, offering a range of musical styles to suit every taste.

Whether reveling in Mardi Gras festivities, celebrating love on Valentine’s Day, or simply enjoying a night of live music, Dallas has something for everyone this week.

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