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The Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce (DJCC) and the Dallas Arkansas Young Professionals (DAYP) are excited to host the inaugural Dallas Community Fest in order to collaborate and bring Dallas together. If you're a young professional, seasoned professional or just looking for a good time, come spend the day with us. Ride on out and let's connect, eat and dance the day away. The 1st Annual Dallas Community Fest kicks off with a group bike ride followed by a fun afternoon at Community Beer Company. There you can join friends, enjoy live music, food trucks and all the hoppy goodness one's heart desires. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door and include entrance, three drink tickets, live music and access to the group bicycle ride. #DCF15 Schedule of Events: 12:00 PM - Optional Group Bike Ride starting at Community Beer Company, through downtown and ending back at the brewery. 1:00 PM - Live Music Begins and includes: Ole G The Effinays Hares on the Mountain Benjamin Del Shreve 6:00 PM - Event Closes Buy Your Tickets Here! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dallas-community-fest-tickets-15934606838
Sounds Like: Pogues, Fairport Convention
Hares on the Mountain is a six piece band from Denton, Tx. that combines traditional Irish, English and Scottish folk music with original songs that explore different traditions of storytelling. The band creates a sound that is both ancient and new. Hares’ music runs the gamut from h...See Full Bio
“Hares on the Mountain, a good example of how the Denton music scene is incestuous in all the right ways, gave an amazing performance as well. Hares features George Neal, formerly of Little Grizzly, Ryan Thomas Becker of RTB2, Justin Collins of the Burnt Sienna Trio and Petra Kelly (whose birthday landed at midnight) of Spooky Folk. They are the complete package, with wire-tight songwriting and a highly entertaining live performance.”