Scenes From Club Dada's Three-Year Anniversary Bash This Weekend.
To celebrate three years under its current ownership team, the folks at Club Dada did something pretty darn cool this weekend: Brightening up an otherwise pretty slow time around these parts for decent live music options, the venue opened up its doors on Thursday, Friday and Saturday to offer up three straight nights of local music showcases, each of which cost just three bones to attend and each of which also featured free beer while supplies lasted.
On Thursday night, the venue went hip-hop with its first showing, offering up sets from The Mohicans, Booty Fade, The Outfit, TX.
On Friday night, the venue went a little more indie rock, showcasing performances from Kaela Sinclair, Dark Rooms and Sealion.
Saturday night's closing affair, meanwhile, featured a wide spectrum of sonic selections with sets from Pageantry, War Party and Son of Stan.
It was a fine showcase of the kind of shows Dada's been offering over its' three-year stretch under current management — the City Tavern-sprung team that, as you might recall, was behind the renovations at the Deep Ellum spot, which included, among other things, the floor-opening moving of the bar from the middle of the room to the wall opposite the stage.
To celebrate, the Central Track team spent the majority of our weekend at the venue, taking in these performances. Below, check out our photos from Friday's especially killer offering.
Congrats again to the whole Dada crew. And here's to another great three years — at least.
All photos by Jeremy Hughes.