Dance, sing, party your guts out with the Reverend Horton Heat on St. Patrick’s Day in Deep Ellum. Rock it with the Rev at Trees Dallas for a free show. Doors open at 7 p.m., show begins at 8 p.m. Arrive early. Tickets are limited and sold on the first-come, first-served basis.
Rooted in the rock and blues, America’s most popular underground act will take the stage for a St. Patrick’s Day party hosted by the Dallas Observer. Opening for the Rev are bands Descender and Spector 45.
The Reverend Horton Heat’s sound is rooted in rock, rhythm and blues. This is the last show for the three-man band before they head to Europe for a 15-date tour where they will play with Deadbolt and Supersuckers. The band will return to Dallas on Saturday, May 1, for a concert held in Deep Ellum. The band will continue to tour the U.S. and Canada throughout the summer, playing with bands Split Lip Rayfield, Cracker, Legendary Shack Shakers, Hillstomp and Miss Derringer. Stay tuned to the Rev’s Web site for details.
Deep Ellum arts and entertainment district is located east of downtown Dallas, extending to Exposition Avenue and connected to downtown from north to south by Pacific, Elm, Main, Commerce and Canton streets.
Take the DART to Deep Ellum by catching the Red, Blue or Green commuter lines. Check out www.DART.org for more details.