Curated DJ performances, experimental bands, film screenings, video art, violinists, spontaneous theater, food trucks, beer, a pop-up coffee bar, and 1,500 of your closest friends — what more could you ask for in a party?
FrontRow, DMagazine’s blog on the Dallas arts scene, is throwing FrontRow LIVE on Nov. 3 at the Dallas Contemporary. The event runs from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. and (I wasn’t joking before) features everything cool and artsy you can think of.
Three DJ’s will be throwing down on the dance floor (Play-n-Skillz, DJ Prince William and DJ Sober); live video will be streaming from Lars Larsen, creator of the analog video synthesizer; a short film will be showing in the screening room; Rhythm Knightz, a battle dance troupe, will be showing off their moves; Pearl Cup will sell coffee from their pop-up coffee shop (supposedly the best latte in the Big D); Upstart Productions will be staging a spontaneous theater piece; five food trucks will temp you with their eclectic fare; Michelob Ultra will be providing the beer; and Richmond Punch and The Dallas Family Band will be providing the live music.
Plus, the event will be taking place amidst the Aaron Parazette, Jennifer Rubell and Jason Brooks exhibit already in place at the Contemporary, and Brian Gibb will be live screen printing in front of the audience.
The event is FREE, as are your first three beers. Tickets can be reserved here.