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Dallas' art scene goes Underground

Dallas' Art Scene Goes Underground

Underground is an annual event that has a tradition of being the biggest and freshest art show produced every year at South Side on Lamar.

The purpose of Underground is to showcase original and distinct artists of varying mediums. The new artists perform along with established artists in the same room, as they create their artwork live and sometimes collaborate.

Audience members will watch pieces come alive from conception through execution, while musicians, dancers and poets entertain on the stage. Live performances by Ashley Falgout, Spoonded Tribe, Katsük, Keisha Hunter and more. In addition, Underground will also feature the Blue Room, a 21+ room where you can see body art, various sensual art, and unique presentations.

The show will be for one night only, Saturday, February 11, from 8pm to 12am. Entry is $15 at the door, but you can buy discounted tickets thru Thursday, February 9 at or at

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