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3524 Greenville Ave Dallas, TX 75206

Summer is upon us, Dallas. Enjoy these fleeting Spring days while you can because, as we all know, it’s about to get really freaking hot. Lucky for us, like a sweet gift of manna from the heavens, Best Coast’s third full-length studio album is set for release on May 4, just as summer wraps its… Read More

The Granada is now showing select classic movies! With $3 cover, $3 tallboys, and $3 shot specials, chili dogs and candy; it’s never been easier to enjoy your favorite movies on the big screen. Upcoming Movies: 04/12 Weird Science 4:00pm Two unpopular teenagers, Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, fail at all attempts to be accepted… Read More

Revered singer/songwriter/author/composer/street performer Amanda Palmer is coming to Granada on April 15! In June of 2012, Amanda Palmer launched a kickstarter campaign with a goal of $100,000 in support of her album “Theatre is Evil.” By the time the campaign ended, Palmer’s fans had donated 12 times her goal, leaving her with a record setting $1.2m.. Though the campaign amassed its… Read More

Shpongle is coming to Granada on March 7! Urban Dictionary, the world’s foremost provider of graphically descriptive definitions for words you thought you knew the meaning of, defines shpongle as “to be completely geschtonkenflapped.” Barring another Urban Dictionary search, that seems like a pretty good descriptor of my experience withShpongle’s music. Traditional eastern instrumentation and… Read More

  If you’re anything like me, Sylvan Esso’s eponymous debut album has seen more than a few plays on your Spotify account. The duo’s inagural release reaches new heights not only in the respective musical careers of contributors Nick Sanborn and Amelia Meath, but in the world of pop music as a whole. Each of… Read More

Back in 2005 Valerie Poxleitner had her name legally changed to Lights. It was a nickname based on her last name (Pronounced Pox-Light-ner). Apparently she did this partly to get around a copyright issue with another band called Lights. By this time she had already been writing songs for Sony Publishing for 3 years, and… Read More