Things to do in Dallas this weekend of January 6 | Image credit: Ironic - The Alanis Morisette Experience

Things to do in Dallas this weekend of January 6 | Image credit: Ironic – The Alanis Morisette Experience

Our top picks on for Things to do in Dallas this weekend of January 6 include Ironic – The Alanis Morisette Experience, Introducing Daniel Seavey, The Molly Ringwalds, Return of the Drag Brunch and lots more!

There’s always a lot to do in Dallas, especially on the weekends. And so, if you find yourself asking the question – ‘What are some exciting things to do in Dallas today?’, we have you covered! Whether you are looking for things to do in Dallas this weekend for couples or family events in Dallas on the weekend or black events, you are sure to find something you like on our list.

Things to do in Dallas this Weekend of January 6, 2023 – Friday

Introducing Daniel Saevy

Things to do in Dallas this weekend

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What: You know him as a member of the popular boy band Why Don’t We. But now, people will see Daniel Seavey on his own.

For one night in Dallas, you can watch him sing his heart out. Then, you’ll see he’s a star in his own right.

When: January 6, 2023 | 7 pm
Where: House of Blues, 2200 N Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75202
How much: $20

That Arena Rock Show – A Tribute To 70s & 80s Rock

Things to do in Dallas this weekend

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What: Some may say that rock in the 70s and 80s is the best of the genre. If that’s what you think, then you’re not going to want to miss this event.

That Arean Rock Show is going to be the most epic tribute to the rock bands of the two decades. So, buy your tickets now and spend the night jamming and headbanging to some of the classics.

When: January 6, 2023 | 7 pm
Where: House of Blues, 2200 N Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75202
How much: 
$12 – $15

Make & Take: Loom Beading

What: If arts and crafts are more your speed, you’re going to like loom beading. This event is a great way to hone a skill or add another one to your arsenal.

Spend the evening learning traditional loom beading techniques from Chickasaw Cherokee artist Annette Anderson. She’ll also teach you how to make a small loom bead project with pony beads.

But you better get there early. This program is drop-in and first come, first served.

When: January 6, 2023 | 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201

Top Summer Camp Pick: Sports, STEM & Arts Camps in Dallas at Elite University

Things to do in Dallas | Elite University Summer Camp Horseback Riding

Elite University Summer Camps is proud to serve the families of Richmond and Garland in Dallas, Texas. Elite University Summer Camps provides innovative summer camp programming with STEM Camps, Athletic Camps, Outdoor Camps, and Culinary and Mixed Media Arts. At Elite U there is something for everyone! Book your kids’ spot for Elite University Summer Camp in Dallas.

Things to Do in Dallas on Saturday, January 7, 2023

The Molly Ringwalds

The Molly Ringwalds

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What: All the way from Sheffield, England, “The World’s Greatest 80s Experience” is coming to Dallas!

Whether you’re nostalgic for this gnarly decade or think it’s one of the coolest times, this legendary quintet can take you back to that time. Along with their talents in applying makeup and teasing their hair, The Molly Ringwalds can show you all the musical genres of the decade.

When: January 7, 2023 | 7 pm
Where: House of Blues, 2200 N Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75202,
How much:$12.50 to $39.50

Family Magic & Comedy For All Ages

What: Just when you thought comedy couldn’t get any better, Mike Williams weaves in magic.

His quirky clean comedy and flawless audience interaction will have everyone gasping for air, which is magic in itself. But then, he integrates actual state-of-the-art original magic, making his act even more mesmerizing!

So, grab the whole family and spend the night clutching your tummy from laughing too much and picking your jaw up from being in awe. Now that’s a night you’ll never forget.

When: January 7, 2023 | 2 pm
Where: Addison Improv, 4980 Belt Line Rd #250, Dallas, TX 75254
How much: $10

Ironic – The Alanis Morisette Experience

Things to do in Dallas this weekend

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What: You’re going to feel all the feelings in this Alanis Morisette Experience by IRONIC. From her iconic voice to her iconic look, Hillary Brandise will transform into the 90s icon.

IRONIC will make you feel like you’re in her concert in the 90s. So, be ready to be taken on an emotional journey.

When: January 7, 2023 | 7 pm
Where: Legacy Hall, 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano, TX 75024
How much: Free RSVP

Melting Pot Market

What: You can never go wrong with spending a day at an artisan market. You get to look around, buy cool stuff, help some local vendors, and just enjoy the vibe.

The Melting Pot Market will have over 50 vendors! So, you’ll have a lot to check out. Plus, bop along to some live music. You might even get a chance to win some cool giveaways!

When: January 7, 2023 | 3 pm – 9 pm
Where: Brewed LTD, 111 W Davis St #170, Dallas, TX 75208

Saturday Make & Take Crafts

Saturday Make & Take Crafts

Image credit: Coppell Arts Center Facebook

What: Bring the whole family to the Coppell Arts Center and hit two birds with one creative stone. Open your kids’ creativity and bond with them!

They’ll get a DIY craft kit they can assemble and customize at the many art stations inside the arts center. After creating and completing their project, they can take it home where they can display it proudly.

When: January 7, 2023 | 9 am to 12 pm
Where: Coppell Arts Center, 505 Travis St, Coppell, TX 75019
How much: Free

Things to Do in Dallas this Weekend of January 6, 2023 – Sunday

Return of the Drag Brunch

What: Start the year with a magical brunch hosted by some fabulous drag queens. This time, it’s Disney-themed!

Take your friends with you and enjoy a morning of delicious food and fun cocktails. And as you indulge in these treats, a cast of stunning and talented queens will travel across the room to put on a magical show.

And after the show, there will be a free meet-and-greet with these amazing queens!

When: January 8, 2023 | 11 am
Where: Legacy Hall, 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano, TX 75024
How much: $60 per person, sold by table

The Holistic Fair

What: You may find what you’re looking for at this fair. Or maybe even find something you didn’t even know you needed.

With over 50 vendors and exhibitors, there’s a variety of things you’re going to want to check out. From holistic therapies to aura photos to jewelry to crystals to artworks to wellness products, there’s something cool to see.

There will even be free talks that may help you change your life.

e Holistic Fair offers over 50 vendors/exhibitors on the second Sunday of every other month! Complimentary and Alternative modalities, Nutritional Consultations, Organic Products, Energy-Based Healing Sessions, Intuitive Readers, Crystals, Stones, Jewelry, and local Medical Practitioners.

When: January 8, 2023 | 12 pm
Where: Billy Bob’s Texas, 2520 Rodeo Plaza, Fort Worth, TX 76164 
How much: $5 at the door

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