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7 Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend (2/5 – 2/8)

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You know the feeling you get when you just can’t get out of bed, but you do because there is only one day left until the weekend? Yea that was me this morning. It’s all good though because tomorrow is Friday and the weather is going to be on point this weekend! (Woop-woop).  There is a lot going down and the big issue 11 release party of Cosign Mag is this Saturday! Be prepared to throw on your sexiest outfit and hang out with all of us from Cosign Magazine!

Wine Walk in Deep Ellum

Every 3rd Thursday all of the fun businesses on Main Street in Deep Ellum open their doors  Wine Walk. It’s perfect for people who enjoy art and wine aka me. For $5 you get a neatly designed wine glass which is topped off at every stop through the neighborhood’s stores and galleries. Starts off at Kettle Art Gallery (2650-B Main St.) at 5 p.m. Thursday. For more information and a list of participating shops, visit Deep Ellum’s Facebook page.

Nipsey Hussle @ Prophet Bar

Yes. Nipsey will be in Dallas this Friday. Nipsey has been a star within the rap community with his west coast persona that is slowly helping him gain a claim to fame. His latest album, Mailbox Money, was released on New Year’s Eve, and with a plethora of mixtapes and a high fan-base out here in Dallas I’m sure the show will not disappoint. A ticket available at the door and the show starts at 8!

Records Collecting Dust

This may be one of the coolest things I’ve seen yet! If you know me, you know I’m a vinyl fanatic. The popularity of vinyl records continues to increase (as if they ever went out of style) and there are many documentaries that have been focused, on records and record collecting culture. The most recent example is Records Collecting Dust: a documentary film about the music and records that changed our lives. The film by Jason Blackmore is based on the relationships, community and passion of record collecting by looking at the collections and origins of over thirty underground musicians, including Keith Morris (Black Flag, OFF!), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys) and Chuck Dukowski (Black Flag). The screening starts at 8:00 pm at Oak Cliff’s Kessler. This is something special I highly suggest you attend.

DALLAS COMIC CON FAN DAYS

Oh no! As if Marvel Experience wasn’t enough Dallas Comic Con is here this weekend. *faints.* Dallas Comic Con Fan Days presented by FAN EXPO is back in North Texas. Dallas Comic Con Fan Days brings together the worlds of comics, sci-fi, horror, anime and gaming in one pop culture convention at the Irving Convention Center. Meet the stars of your favorite films and TV shows, shop aisles packed with all the latest geek gear, hunt for your favorite classic comic books, and take pictures with fans dressed as favorite characters. I just need to meet Yoda then life is complete. Ticket start at 5 dollars and the event runs through Sunday!

WINTER BICYCLE BREWERY TOUR

Saturday, Feb 7th | 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge | 122 Continental Ave, Dallas
From the Design District, to Klyde Warren Park for food truck noshes, to Deep Ellum for the final brews, it’ll be a memorable Saturday. Hopefully…pace yourself, and drink lots of water.

WATCH THE THRONE: COSIGN MAG ISSUE 11 RELEASE!

Yes! It is here. With a lot of hard working and sweat (KG had us running everywhere) the issue is finished and ready to be released to the public. From 7pm to 10pm enjoy a night of mingling with the city’s finest. Grab a magazine and check out stories on the hottest acts from not only Dallas but around the country. Hosted by Remi and Sounds by DJ SO4KIS this may be out best party yet! 3001 Knox St. Dallas, TX is the address! See you Saturday!

Klyde Warren Park

This is a perfect way to spend your Sunday since the weather will be perfect. If you’re looking for a nice way to end your weekend head out to Klyde Warren and enjoy the Food Trucks. Walk the trails with your bae, or take your dog out and enjoy this weather. There are plenty of things to do and ways to get out and explore the city.

 

 

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