Calendar

Calendar
  • Thursday
    Jan 23
    SpeerMont: Monte Montgomery + James Speer + Phil Bass

    Goes Great With: Tommy Emmanuel, John Mayer, Johnny Lang

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Friday
    Jan 24
    Randall King

    Goes Great With: George Strait, Parker McCollum, Garth Brooks, William Clark Green

    7:00 - Doors

    8:00 - Triston Marez

    8:45 - Jake Worthington

    10:00 - Randall King

  • Friday
    Jan 24
    Wildermiss

    Goes Great With: Maggie Rogers, HAIM, Betty Who, Lucy Dacus

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Jan 25
    Lettuce

    Goes Great WithGalactic, Snarky Puppy, Umphrey's McGee, Moe

    8:00 - Doors

    9:00 - Funky Knuckles

    10:30 - Lettuce

  • Saturday
    Jan 25
    Tow’rs

    Goes Great With: Mt. Joy, Penny & Sparrow, The Oh Hellos, Seryn

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Tuesday
    Jan 28
    AMERICAN AUTHORS & MAGIC GIANT

    Goes Great With: X Ambassadors, Bad Suns, Walk the Moon, Moon Taxi

  • Tuesday
    Jan 28
    8th Anniversary Party w/ Brave Little Howl

    Join us for our 8th Anniversary party! 

    Oak Highlands Brewery is helping us bring you $2 Golden Mustache drats, as well as $8 food specials including Buffalo Chicken Tacos, Sausage Pasta, and Crab Fritters! 

    Free live music

    Goes Great With: Wilco, Delta Spirit, Drive-By Truckers, Band of Horses

  • Wednesday
    Jan 29
    Natascha Myers

    Goes Great With: Donovan Woods, Stevie Nicks, Lori McKenna, Kacey Musgraves

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Thursday
    Jan 30
    Revolution Blues – A Neil Young Tribute

    Goes Great With: Neil Young, Crosby, Stills Nash, & Young, The Band, Buffalo Springfield

  • Friday
    Jan 31
    The Strokes Tribute + White Stripes Tribute

    Goes Great With: The Strokes, The White Stripes

    Different Strokes + Red Stripes come to Granada's historic stage! 

  • Friday
    Jan 31
    The 40 Acre Mule

    Goes Great With: American Aquarium, Charley Crockett, Vandoliers, Ottoman Turks

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 1
    Motley Crue Tribute + Metallica and Poison Tributes

    Goes Great With: Motley Crue, Metallica, Poison

    Crueligans, Kill Em All, and Poisoness come to the historic Granada Theater stage!

  • Saturday
    Feb 1
    TryMore MOJO

    Goes Great With: STS9, The String Cheese Incident, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Lettuce

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Feb 2
    Big Game Watch Party: San Francisco vs. Kansas City

    Come watch the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers at Granada Theater, with plenty of seating, giant screens, and concert-quality sound! 

    Ticket purchase guarantees admission and a game day taco plate!

    Seating is first come, first served. 

  • Tuesday
    Feb 4
    Billy Law & Friends

    Goes Great With: Tallest Man on Earth, Josh Ritter, David Ramirez, Kris Kristofferson

  • Wednesday
    Feb 5
    Eric Nam – Before We Begin World Tour

    Goes Great With: The Rose, A.C.E, BTS, EXO

  • Wednesday
    Feb 5
    Jacob Furr

    Goes Great With: Wilco, Daniel Lanois, Joe Henry, Black Dub

    An honest tellng of story or emotion, with an integrity of structure and usefulness of time. 

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Thursday
    Feb 6
    Ron Pope

    Goes Great With: Shakey Graves, Ryan Bingham, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Ray LaMontagne

  • Thursday
    Feb 6
    National Park Radio

    Goes Great With: The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Trampled By Turtles

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Friday
    Feb 7
    Dirty South: All I Need Tour

    Goes Great With: Above & Beyond, Andrew Bayer, Ilan Bluestone, Gareth Emery

  • Friday
    Feb 7
    Free Mode

    Free Mode is a DJ/Drummer group that brings the soul and bad-assery back into DJing. 

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 8
    Allen Stone

    Goes Great With: St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Marc Broussard, Lake Street Drive

  • Saturday
    Feb 8
    Olivia Jean

    Goes Great With: Shannon & The Clams, Dead Weather, The Arcs, Jack White

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Feb 9
    North Mississippi Allstars – Up and Rolling Tour

    Goes Great With: Gov't Mule, RL Burnside, Widespread Panic, The Derek Trucks Band

  • Monday
    Feb 10
    Cole Risner & John Pedigo

    2020 Monday Residency at Sundown at Granada.

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Tuesday
    Feb 11
    Brother Moses

    Goes Great With: Local Natives, Vampire Weekend, X Ambassadors, Death Cab for Cutie

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Wednesday
    Feb 12
    GARZA of Thievery Corporation

    Featuring Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation

    Goes Great With: Thievery Corporation, Rufus Du Sol, Bob Moses, Crooked Colours

  • Wednesday
    Feb 12
    Texicana

    Goes Good With: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Band of Heathens, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dawes

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

     

  • Thursday
    Feb 13
    Kats√ľK

    Goes Great With: Sublime, 311, Dave Matthews Band, REM

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 15
    Ricki Derek Valentine’s Day Double Feature

    Enjoy a Valentine's special from Ricki Derek and a screening of Casablanca! 

  • Saturday
    Feb 15
    Andrew Duhon (Full Band)

    Goes Great With: Amos Lee, David Ramirez, Stephen Kellog, Will Hoge

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Feb 16
    Jeff Plankenhorn

    Goes Great With: Ray Wylie Hubbard, Patty Griffin, Ruthie Foster, Tommy Castro

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Tuesday
    Feb 18
    Royal Dukes Band

     Join us for dinner and preview Dallas' premier wedding and private party band, available for your next event!

  • Wednesday
    Feb 19
    Central Track Music Honors

    The second annual Central Track Music Honors event will emphasize celebration over competition, hype inclusivity over exclusivity and spread love to all corners of the Dallas music scene by praising not just the efforts of the year's top performers, but also the photographers, videographers and other behind-the-scenes workers who contribute to their impressive efforts.

    An immersive, multi-stage experience that will utilize the entirety of the Granada's space, this event hopes not to hoist certain contributors above their peers but rather aims to recognize the noteworthy accomplishments of the contributors whose efforts merit distinction.

    Oh, and there will be no on-stage acceptance speeches. Less talk, more rock. No speeches, all party.

  • Friday
    Feb 21
    That 1 Guy

    Goes Great With: Buckethead, Les Claypool, Frank Zappa, Mr. Bungle

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 22
    Colony House: The Leave What’s Lost Behind Tour

    Goes Great With: COIN, Moon Taxi, Bad Suns, The Band Camino

  • Saturday
    Feb 22
    Bryce Bangs

    Goes Great With: Gary Clark Jr., Jack White, Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Feb 23
    Echosmith

    Goes Great With: Broods, Lights, The Mowgli's, Atlas Genius

  • Sunday
    Feb 23
    Tony Kamel

    Goes Great With: Wood & Wire, Bruce Robison, Hayes Carll, Billy Strings

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Monday
    Feb 24
    ABBAMANIA – ABBA Tribute

    Goes Great With: ABBA 

  • Tuesday
    Feb 25
    Fat Tuesday with Club Wood and Brave Little Howl

    Goes Great With: Mardi Gras, Dr. John, Muddy Waters, New Orleans

  • Thursday
    Feb 27
    Tennis

    Tennis w/ Molly Burch | Granada Theater

    In a small-town South of Austin, Texas vocalist and songwriter Molly Burch is relaxing in her sunny country home. The 27-year-old is enjoying the calm before the storm that will kick start when her much anticipated sophomore album First Flower hits the public. The Los Angeles native has found tranquility in the outskirts of Texas, appreciating time on the front porch as cicadas sing in the distance behind her.

    Burch burst onto the music scene in 2017 with her debut album Please Be Mine, a ten-track ode to unrequited romance that she wrote after studying Jazz Vocal Performance at the University of North Carolina in Asheville. Please Be Mine earned praise from critics for her smoky, effortless vocals and bleeding-heart lyrics. 

    “I was really blown away with how many people told me that the music has helped them through their own break-up,” she says of Please Be Mine. “I was just so moved by that. I never expected it. I was aware that people were actually listening to my music and having a positive experience, so [with the next album] I wanted to reveal my own struggles with fear and anxiety.”

    After a year of touring Please Be Mine all over North America, Europe and the UK, Burch returned to Texas to decompress. All of a sudden, she was devoid of stimulation with nothing but time on her hands.

    “I was scared of not being able to write a great follow-up album,” Burch admits. “I was in that state, but I had so much time that slowly I was able to get some music out of myself. I would force myself to write every day. I gave myself a regiment. Once I got a few songs, then I had the confidence to keep going.” 

    Burch bounced her ideas off her bandmate and boyfriend Dailey Toliver who would contribute guitar parts and orchestration suggestions. The hurricanes kept them locked at home, where they forced themselves to record demos and pump out as much material as possible. Slowly, the album took shape and First Flower became real. When it came time to record, Burch chose to work with Erik Wofford at Cacophony Recorders in Austin.  

    First Flower is a walk-through Burch’s most intimate thoughts. Unlike Please Be Mine, which focused on the contentious depression of heartbreak, First Flower explores broken friendships, her relationship to her sister, and, more importantly, how Burch learned to fight overwhelming anxiety. Burch is a soft-spoken, careful person who shoves her nervousness away on a daily basis. 

    “I feel like people don’t see me as a nervous person,” Burch says. “They don’t realize how nervous I am. I am good at fighting past my inner anxieties. I struggle with the anticipation of experiences.” 

    First Flower is a bright, beautiful album peppered with moments of triumph. Burch’s voice is as strong and dexterous as ever, displaying her incredible range and professionalism as a vocalist. Opening track “Candy” is a swinging, playful hit, while “Wild” deals with pushing away fear. Songs like “Next to Me” and “Dangerous Place” examine failure and distance, and the title track “First Flower” is classic Burch, a simple love song that makes your skin raise with goosebumps when she breaks into the chorus. But the album’s true stand-out is “To The Boys”, a courageous, sassy fuck-you to her own self-deprecation where she learns to love all the things she hated about herself. “I don’t need to scream to get my point across/I don’t need to yell to know that I’m the boss,” she coos over a sparse guitar riff.  “I’ve always been told my whole life to speak up,” explains Burch. “I needed to embrace that and not care what people think.” 

    The album closes with “Every Little Thing”, a haunting, airy ballad that sounds like something Judy Garland would have sang while drowning her pain in pills and alcohol. First Flower is a shapely sonic stage to let Burch shine on. The composition and production carefully constructed to compliment and not over power. 

    “I do not have the answers by any means, but I wanted to talk about those imperfections,” says Burch. “I wouldn’t want someone who listens to my music to think that I have it all figured out. I don’t. First Flower is me being transparent.” 

  • Thursday
    Feb 27
    Tennis

    Goes Great With: Alvvays, TOPS, Jay Som, Clairo

  • Thursday
    Feb 27
    Christopher Paul Stelling

    Goes Great With: Hiss Golden Messenger, Robert Ellis, Iron & Wine, Dead Man Winter

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Friday
    Feb 28
    Collidoscope & Lyftd

    Goes Great With: GRiZ, The Floozies, Sunsquabi, Defunk

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 29
    The Lone Bellow – Half Moon Light Tour

    Goes Great WithShovels & Rope, The Lumineers, The Head and the Heart, Blind Pilot

    Every pair of tickets for this show includes a digital download of the Lone Bellow's new album, Half Moon Light, (available February 7, 2020). Approximately 7 days after purchase, you will receive an additional email with instructions on how to redeem your album. US/Canadian residents only. Not valid for Fan to Fan Resale. 

  • Saturday
    Feb 29
    Cody Bryan Band

    Goes Great With: Eli Young Band, Brett Young, Thomas Rhett, Parker McCollum

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Mar 1
    Jack Broadbent

    Goes Great With: Derek Trucks, Jonny Lang, Fantastic Negrito, Gary Clark Jr. 

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Tuesday
    Mar 3
    Billy Law & Friends

    Goes Great With: Tallest Man on Earth, Josh Ritter, David Ramirez, Kris Kristofferson

  • Wednesday
    Mar 4
    Christian Simeon

    Goes Great With: Anderson East, Ruston Kelly, Anders Osborne

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Thursday
    Mar 5
    Texicana

    Goes Good With: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Band of Heathens, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dawes

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

     

  • Saturday
    Mar 7
    Forgotten Space – Grateful Dead Tribute

    Goes Great With: Grateful Dead, Phish, Widespread Panic, Jerry Garcia

  • Tuesday
    Mar 10
    Devin Townsend: Empath Vol. 1 North American Tour

    Goes Great With: Opeth, Between The Buried And Me, Meshuggah, Periphery

     

  • Thursday
    Mar 12
    Dead Horses

    Goes Great With: I'm With Her, HoneyHoney, Caamp, Dead Man Winter

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Friday
    Mar 13
    Royal Sons

    Goes Great With: Queens of the Stone Age, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, ZZ Top, The Raconteurs

  • Friday
    Mar 13
    Flipturn

     

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Mar 15
    The Talbott Brothers

    Goes Great With: Johnnyswim, Mumford & Sons, Jamestown Revival, The Head & The Heart

  • Thursday
    Mar 19
    Gasoline Lollipops

    Goes Great With: The Band, Chris Isaak, Sturgill Simpson, Social Distortion

  • Thursday
    Mar 26
    Sundance Head

    Goes Great With: St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Flatland Cavalry, Sean McConnell, Dalton Domino

  • Saturday
    Mar 28
    Mothership
  • Saturday
    Mar 28
    Wakeland

    Goes Great With: Counting Crows, Better Than Ezra, Tonic, Gin Blossoms

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Sunday
    Mar 29
    Best Coast – The Always Tomorrow Tour

    Goes Great With: Soccer Mommy, Courtney Barnett, Mitski, Snail Mail

     

     

  • Wednesday
    Apr 1
    Leighton Fields
    Goes Great With: Foy Vance, Gavin Degraw, Anderson East, Chris Stapleton
  • Thursday
    Apr 2
    Drive By Truckers

    Goes Great With: Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Neil Young, Old 97's, Gov't Mule 

  • Thursday
    Apr 2
    Josh Kelley

    Goes Great With: Lady Antebellum, Ben Rector, Matt Wertz, Marc Broussard

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Saturday
    Apr 4
    Brent Faiyaz – Fuck The World Tour

    Goes Great With: Sonder, SiR, Blood Orange, dvsn

  • Wednesday
    Apr 8
    The Weepies

    Goes Great With: The Tallest Man On Earth, Ron Pope, Foy Vance, Alexi Murdoch

  • Wednesday
    Apr 8
    Texicana

    Goes Good With: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Band of Heathens, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dawes

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

     

  • Thursday
    Apr 9
    Victor Wooten Featuring: The Wooten Brothers Band

    Goes Great With: Bela Fleck, James Brown, Sly & The Family Stone, WAR

  • Tuesday
    Apr 14
    Royal Dukes Band

     Join us for dinner and preview Dallas' premier wedding and private party band, available for your next event!

  • Thursday
    Apr 16
    Caribou

    Goes Great With: Four Tet, LCD Soundsystem, Jon Hopkins, Boards of Canada

    Caribou has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket will go to support GRID Alternatives and their work bringing accessible renewable energy technology and job training to underserved communities.

  • Friday
    Apr 17
    Bombay Bicycle Club

    Goes Great With: Vampire Weekend, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Local Natives

  • Thursday
    Apr 23
    Crash Test Dummies

    Goes Good With: Live, Counting Crows, Destroyer, Dirty Projectors

  • Wednesday
    Apr 29
    The Darkness: Easter Is Cancelled Tour

    Goes Great With: Alice Cooper, Andrew W. K., Slash, Rival Sons

  • Thursday
    Apr 30
    Free Mode

    Free Mode is a DJ/Drummer group that brings the soul and bad-assery back into DJing. 

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

  • Wednesday
    May 6
    The Jayhawks

    Goes Great With: Wilco, Son Volt, Old 97's, Dawes

  • Thursday
    May 7
    Soccer Mommy

    Goes Great With: Lucy Dacus, Better Oblivion Community Center, Rilo Kiley, Julien Baker 

  • Thursday
    May 7
    Texicana

    Goes Good With: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Band of Heathens, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dawes

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

     

  • Saturday
    May 9
    The Unlikely Candidates

    Goes Great With: Matt Maeson, The Driver Era, Barns Courtney, lovelytheband

  • Tuesday
    May 12
    Real Estate – The Main Tour

    Goes Great With: Beach Fossils, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Beach House, Kurt Vile 

     

  • Friday
    May 15
    Zero Miles To Empty

    Goes Great With: The Doors, The Black angels, Pink Floyd, Nick Cave

  • Sunday
    May 17
    Greg Dulli

    Goes Great With: The Afghan Whigs, Bob Mould, Dinosaur Jr., The Lemonheads

  • Tuesday
    May 26
    David Crosby & the Sky Trails Band

    Goes Great With: Graham Nash, Leon Russell, Neil Young, Stephen Stills

  • Thursday
    Jun 4
    Texicana

    Goes Good With: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Band of Heathens, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Dawes

    Dinner available for purchase before the show. 

     

  • Friday
    Jun 5
    Swans

    Goes Great With: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Battles, Joy Division, Neurosis

  • Saturday
    Oct 10
    Ty Segall

    Goes Great With: Thee Oh Sees, Black Lips, King Tuff, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard