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How to Celebrate New Year's in Dallas This Week

Gary Duff | December 24, 2018 | Feature Eat Play

Everyone's ringing in the new year, but how will you? Here are four fun events to celebrate the end of 2018.

The party starts early when you’re ringing in the New Year at PINSTACK, Dallas’ premiere dining and entertaining location. The 45,000-square-foot venue has everything from bowling to laser tag, rock climbing, and more, and when it’s time to eat, a variety of signature dishes that will be served from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. General admission grants you access to unlimited video game play, all of the location's attractions, a 20-point game card, food, and champagne. But upgrades can net you VIP, adult-only access to bowling lanes and more. With a limited amount of tickets, we recommend buying yours now before it’s too late. For more information, visit

This year, Music Hall at Fair Park hosts a not-to-be-missed production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic The Phantom of the Opera. Snag a few tickets to the show, which runs from December 27 through January 6, and take a friend or loved one with you for an unforgettable evening of theater. For more information, visit

For the ninth year in a row, Lights All Night returns to Dallas Market Hall to celebrate the end of 2018. The two-day event, which starts December 28 and runs through December 29, features some of the best DJs and music acts today. Expect an unforgettable weekend of EDM, dance and hip-hop performances from Diplo, Excision, Gucci Mane, and Tiesto, among others. For more information,visit

There’s no better way to kick off the new year for art aficionados, who are already paying a visit to Jacob Hashimoto's "Clouds and Chaos" newly-opened exhibition at the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Hashimoto, a Brooklyn-based artist, who uses paper, wood, and string to create whimsical displays of art, focuses his Dallas exhibition on how clouds can function as divisions of space within spaces. The various pieces of art were gathered over the past three years in collaboration with Durham Press in Pennsylvania, and mark the exhibit’s first showing in an American museum. For more information, visit


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