This Friday, country crooner Thomas Rhett makes a stop in Dallas on his Very Hot Summer Tour.
Enjoy afternoon tea at Hotel Crescent Court, served in the Conservatory sunroom or outside in the beautiful courtyard. Choose from six delightful loose-leaf teas and an array of traditional British scones, sandwiches, and pastries. Saturday and Sunday at 2pm, crescentcourt.com
Get your country on at Thomas Rhett’s Very Hot Summer Tour 2019 at the Dos Equis Pavilion. The concert will feature songs from Rhett’s newly-released album as well as exclusive renditions of his original songs that are sure to get you dancing. June 28, 7pm, VIP tickets from $170, paviliondallas.org
On loan from the Detroit Institute of Arts, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s painting Martha and Mary Magdalene has found its home in the Dallas Museum of Art. Visit the masterpiece and learn about its historical significance through the various informational programs available. Exhibit open until September 22, free admission, open Tuesday-Sunday, dma.org
Decompress after a long week at the Four Seasons Resort & Club Dallas Well & Being Spa with the various facial, body and nail services available. Treat yourself to the intensive Alpine Arnica Deep Tissue Massage, which includes trigger-point therapy, myofascial release, and Russian massage techniques to fully relax and reset the body. fourseasons.com
Whether catching up with family over a shareable menu or grabbing lunch with friends, Sixty Vines is the place to be this weekend. Known for its delicious food and wine inspired by the wine country, the relaxing atmosphere and unique dishes pair well with the summer weather. 500 Crescent Court, Ste 160, sixtyvines.com