Dallas String Quartet Lubbock Arts Festival Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre 1501 Mac Davis Lane Sunday, July 25th 2pm Tickets: $15 (including service fee) An international music
Dallas String Quartet
Lubbock Arts Festival
Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
1501 Mac Davis Lane
Sunday, July 25th
Tickets: $15 (including service fee)
An international music sensation, Dallas String Quartet (aka DSQ) was founded in 2007 by violist Ion Zanca. A fusion of contemporary classical and pop music, DSQ uses both traditional and electric strings performing as a quartet with the full accompaniment of drums and guitar.
Known for their eclectic renditions of anything from Guns N’ Roses ‘Sweet Child of Mine’ to Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s ‘Señorita,’ DSQ is Bach meets Bon Jovi. With a strong international audience in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Mexico, Dallas String Quartet has performed for Presidents Obama and Bush, at the College Football Playoffs, for NBA and NFL organizations and sold out concert venues like the House of Blues and symphony halls.
They’ve played alongside Josh Groban, Chicago, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, had music featured by ESPN, A&E and The Wall Street Journal—which said “this is not your grandmother’s string quartet”—and have been placed on prominent Spotify playlists such as Pop Goes Classical and Sinfonía Hipster.
Tickets $15 (including service fee), Select-A-Seat Lubbock (806) 770-2000. Doors open one hour prior to appearance. General admission seating. Complimentary entry to the Lubbock Arts Festival included with ticket purchase.
For more information, Lubbock Arts Alliance, 806-744-2787, lubbockartsfestival.org
BUY TICKETS – July 25, 2021
The Lubbock Arts Festival is the largest fine art, fine craft event in West Texas. The event offers visual art, performing art and children’s art for people of all ages. We are happy to announce that the 2021 Lubbock Arts Festival will be held on July 24-25, 2021.
The visual art division of the Lubbock Arts Festival includes artists from around the nation in booths displaying and selling original work in the mediums of painting, drawing, pottery, fiber, jewelry, glass, wood and sculpture. Singers, musicians, dancers and actors will perform throughout the weekend on different stages. Audiences can enjoy such diverse offerings as brass bands, storytellers, string quartets and ballet folkloric dancers. Children can also explore the Lubbock Arts Festival as they go from “Kid Stop” to “Kid Stop” to make art projects, participate in theatre improvisation, and watch artists demonstrating with clay and watercolor.