Dallas Observer & Live Nation Present
St Patrick's Day Concert with Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses
Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses, Jonathan Tyler, Whiskey Myers, Whiskey Folk Ramblers, Hunter Hendrickson
4849 Greenville Ave
Corner of Greenville Ave and University Blvd
Dallas, TX, 75206
Doors 12:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
St Patrick's Day Concert
Dallas Observer is excited to bring you the St Patrick’s Day Concert on Saturday, March 11th featuring JIMMY EAT WORLD.
Immediately after the Dallas St Patrick’s Parade, join the Dallas Observer at the St Patrick’s Day Concert. Gates open at NOON.
VIP Ticket includes:
• Access to both VIP Areas including a VIP Viewing Platform
• 3 Drink Tickets at VIP Private Bar (Private Cash Bar available after tickets are used)
• Catered lunch buffet from 12:00pm – 2:00pm
• Snack options from 2:00PM – End of Show
• VIP Parking Pass (with purchase of four VIP Passes - redemption details will be emailed after purchase)
• Access to VIP Restrooms
All Guests must be 21+, with a Valid I.D.
The St Patrick’s Day Concert with JIMMY EAT WORLD is brought to you by Bud Light, MetroPCS.
Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses
It is with mixed feelings that I have decided to cancel my August North American tour dates (except for Lollapalooza Festival). It has been an amazing experience touring over the past 9 months and having the opportunity to meet and connect with fans but it's time to take a break from the road and to focus my energy on writing for the next record. I'm sorry to anyone that I have disappointed and I promise to be back soon! - Ryan
Contrary to doomsayer rumor, rock music doesn’t need saving. But a wake-up call is long overdue, and this is it. Actually, not just a wake-up call, but a joyous reunion of rock with its oft-forgotten prodigal twin, the roll — with papa blues and mama soul along for the ride, too. All of which makes Pardon Me the perfect introduction to one of the most electrifying young bands in America — or at least the next best thing to experiencing Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights live. Literally.
In a modest rent house in the small East Texas town of Elkhart, Texas, Cody Cannon and Cody Tate began to write music, only dreaming of the success that is sure to follow. They began to incorporate the talent and imagination of friend and guitarist John Jeffers. At that time, they called themselves Lucky Southern, though they had only three members. As time passed, with their inspiration mounting, they moved to Tyler, Texas. There they met up with Jeff Hogg, a mutual friend and drummer from Palestine, Texas, and Gary Brown, a bass guitarist who had grown up in Neches, Texas. They came together and came to be known as Whiskey Myers.
Whiskey Folk Ramblers
Like the soundtrack to a spaghetti western set in the Dust Bowl, Whiskey Folk Rambler’s “folk noir” blends ominous, reverb-dripping guitars with boot-stomping train beats and funereal horns to create sonic backdrops for down-on-your-luck ballads and beer-soaked anthems.
Their music is the sound of a union meeting at its drunkest, of a last-resort robbery gone awry, of mice and men and the lengths they’ll go to forget about their troubles. From catchy singalongs to moody shuffles, Whiskey Folk Rambler’s sound takes American roots music down a road less traveled, where even the Devil might be waiting to raise a toast. ~ Steve Steward
$10.00 - $20.00
Immediately after the Greenville Avenue St Patrick’s Day Parade, join the Dallas Observer and House of Blues Entertainment at the St Patrick’s Day Concert in Energy Square at the Corner of Greenville Ave & University Blvd. Gates open at NOON.
The St Patrick’s Day Concert with Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses is brought to you by Bud Light, Tullamore Dew, Sailor Jerry, Fiat, Vitamin Water, DFW Vapor, Swisher, Glass House, Swedish Match, Jack FM, The Fan and Lincoln Property Company. Enjoy Food from: Hooters, BratHaus, Off the Bone Barbeque & Bryan Street Tavern.
Concert is 21+ only, Rain or Shine.