3 Activities in Dallas You Don’t Want to Miss This February
Looking for some exciting activities in Dallas this February? Check out this roundup of events. There’s something for everybody — whether you want a family-friendly outing or a memorable evening out with your spouse. Give it a read, and then go have fun!
Live in the DFW area and looking for something to do? There are tons of exciting activities in Dallas happening this winter — whether you want a fancy night out or something fun to do with the kids. Here’s a peek at some February events you’ll want to add to your calendar.
Turtle Creek Chorale’s 35th Anniversary Concert | February 7
Did you know Dallas is home to the most-recorded male chorus in the world? That’s right. The Turtle Creek Chorale (TCC) has more than 150 singing members, 38 CDs, and two feature-length, motion-picture documentaries. This February, TCC is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a super-special concert. Get dressed up and head to Dallas City Performance Hall for an unforgettable evening of amazing music. This is one of those activities in Dallas that you definitely don’t want to miss. Tickets range from $50–$150.
Odysseo | Through February 8
Internationally acclaimed Cavalia brings its new production, Odysseo, to the Dr Pepper Ballpark for some exciting, family-friendly entertainment. Here’s what you can expect at the show: jaw-dropping acrobatics, high-tech theatrical effects, and outstanding equestrian arts all set on a larger-than-life stage with a real carousel and a magically appearing lake. It all happens in front of a video backdrop the size of three IMAX screens. Yeah, it’s pretty cool. If you’re looking for activities in Dallas to do with your family, this is a winner. Tickets range from $29.50–$259.50, with special pricing available for groups, children, juniors, and seniors.
Robots 3D | Through March 22
Here’s a fun family outing that’s entertaining and educational: the Robots 3D film at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. You’ll see (in stunning, three-dimensional detail) some of the cutting-edge developments from robotic labs around the world. If you or your kids are fascinated by robots and want a behind-the-scenes look at how scientists create them, go ahead and get your tickets for this film. The Hoglund Foundation Theater at the museum runs a variety of other films, too, so be sure to check out upcoming shows. Tickets are $6 for members and $8 for non-members.
The Metroplex is a bustling place to live, work, and play. You’ll always find activities in Dallas to entertain, delight, educate, and inspire. If you want to mix things up this February and do something unique and memorable, you can’t go wrong with these three events.
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