The Bomb Factory, Canton Hall, Trees
DFW music venues The Bomb Factory, Canton Hall, and Trees have launched Deep Ellum Virtual Events & Experiences, offering the opportunity to utilize spaces for creating and broadcasting virtual events.
With almost 75,000ft² and production partners Onstage Systems, the venues aim to help transition into “the new norm” following a global pandemic.
Learn more about Deep Ellum Virtual Events!
3009 Commerce Street
All of July
Every day in July, Flea Style is gifting free goods and experiences to a lucky winner! Prizes range from gift cards and product giveaways to free events and studio spaces!
Follow Flea Style on Instagram to be sure not to miss a giveaway!
3200 Main Street
Now through Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Enjoy ‘Songs of Love and Mayhem’ featuring the Texas Radio Trio: Bruce DuBose, Rob Menzel, and Paul Semrad.
The Texas Radio Trio can be streamed for free (with the password: LightUnderground) or you can purchase the album for $8.50.
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
3008 Commerce Street
Two new exhibitions are coming to Kirk Hopper Fine Art this summer. Sarah Hutt: My Mother’s Legacy and Kathleen Packlick: Misplaced Memory will run from July 11 to August 22.
isit the gallery’s website to learn more about the upcoming exhibitions!
2525 Elm Street
The Hamilton, Deep Ellum’s newest residential building, is now officially open for business! Housed in a 26-story tower, the Hamilton delivers a lifestyle inspired by the creativity of Deep Ellum. In addition to local artwork incorporated into common spaces across the building, The Hamilton offers amenities like a resident bar, pool deck with cabanas, collaborative creative lab, and more!
Learn more and schedule a tour on their website.
Weed & Whiskey Studio and Store
2910 Commerce Street
The funds raised from Deep Ellum 100 benefited a Deep Ellum small business, a service industry employee, a musician, and a visual artist.
But…community support doesn’t stop here, make sure to *safely* patronize Deep Ellum businesses and artists whenever you can. Together, we can make amazing things happen!
According to new orders, facial coverings are required to wear inside businesses within Dallas County. Thank you for being safe & taking the recommended precautions when you visit Deep Ellum!
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