Comfort Suites Las Colinas Center
1223 Greenway Cir.
Irving, TX 75038
Phone: (972) 518-0606
Fax: (972) 518-2579
Enjoy a variety of beautiful symphony programs including a holiday pops concert by this critically acclaimed symphony that is led by Hector Guzman, one of the most respected conductors of his generation.
The premiere karaoke bar in Dallas offering American Style Open Mic in the main area with a 200 inch Video Display or you could use the Asian Style Private rooms where you and your friends can sing on two wireless microphones in front of 42 inch Plasma TVs. They can accommodate parties of 2 to 200 with great food, a full bar and a full service waitstaff. With over 20,000 songs in a variety of languages including English, Korean, Indonesian, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese and Filipino, you are sure to find something for everyone.
If you are a steadfast devotee of music, then Fat Daddy's Sound Shack is a shrine. This chic music venue plays host to live musicals, concerts, gigs and instrumental sessions where all genres are played. Besides featuring established international and regional artists, the venue also brings upcoming local artists into the limelight. Fat Daddy's Sound Shack is a must visit especially for those who believe in appreciating underground music. The venue is furnished with mind blowing acoustics that amplify the impact of every performance that hits the stage. So, if you are scouting for a place that acquaints you with crazy music lovers, then Fat Daddy's Sound Shack is the place. Call for details.
Imagine a venue that features excellent live music performances, flashing stage lights, screaming fans, and a wildly cheering audience. If you like what you see, then you need to head straight for The Max. Boasting of the coolest rock, punk, pop, and funk performances, this venue is definitely the best place in Dallas to watch your favorite band perform. The Max is also an entertainment venue where the sound guys are not afraid to pump up the system.
This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
Five practice strips and one private lesson area are available at this non-profit, full range fencing school that features competitive team fencing, recreational fencing, and a full time armorer on staff.
AMC The Grand 24 has 24 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Situated in Downtown Carrollton, the Plaza Arts Center is the result of the renovation of the historic Plaza Theatre from 1949. This space has now been converted into a cultural hub of sorts, where you can always catch something interesting going on. The main hall is put to many uses, and can host anything from concerts and plays to seminars and receptions. The premises also features a dance hall, where you can sign up for folk and ballroom dancing lessons.
Cinemark 17 has 17 different screens in the north Dallas region of the country! This grand multiplex is equipped with latest digital technology for crystal clear picture quality. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website. After all, nothing is more fun than watching a new flick with your friends!
AMC Grapevine Mills Mall, 30-screen cinema is located in Grapevine Mills Mall. They offer a wide variety of first-run movies. Sit back in one of the 5,700 stadium-style seats in large theaters featuring Dolby Digital Sound. Tickets for children 2-13 and senior citizens are always low priced. You can purchase tickets a day in advance to secure a seat.
Main Street Days is a May Event showcasing Grapevine
Located in the restored Palace Theater, the Grapevine Opry brings you an exciting Country and Western show every Saturday night. The 500-seat movie theater, constructed in 1940, fell into disrepair after World War II, but was partially restored in 1975. Restoration efforts continue today thanks to the Grapevine Heritage Foundation. Regional performers take the stage here, as well as a few national acts including Willie Nelson, Faron Young, the Judd's and Jeanie Pruitt. Ticket prices vary from $10 and up, depending on the event. Shows take place on Friday and Saturday nights. Call for exact show times.