Revelers Hall Bar Dallas

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As its name suggests, there is always a party going down in the New Orleans-style bar where live music is available 7 days a week. On Monday jazz jam opened, Tuesday included a pre-wars blues band featuring all two stairs; there is a Texas Tenor legend with saxophone Shelley Caroll playing Wednesday night, and Thursday brought traditional jazz sextet playing smooth sounds from the 1920s-1930s. Come on weekends, and expect to get a solid rotation of two to three bands a day jumping from 5 p.m. until late at night. If you are looking for the most powerful place to release, this is your place.

Revelers Hall is home to music lovers in the heart of the historic Bishop Arts District in Dallas, Texas. Our foundations are based on jazz music, the quality of the music, which focuses on healthy and engaging live performances. Dallas’ hot jazz club Revelers Hall, where one can hear anything from trad jazz to pre-war music, Latin or Balkan music seven nights a week. Legends such as saxophonist Shelley Carrol, played by the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Pink Floyd and Sheryl Crow, sing there on reg. On weekends, the Revelers Hall Band, a popular house band in the area, performs New Orleans style jazz in a crowd that is eager to dance and sing once. Revelers is a dedicated jazz venue dedicated to exciting jazz highlighting local jazz music. Naturally, the area is also dedicated to providing strong drinks. It is considered is one of the best Jazz Clubs because Reveler’s Hall is where you can go to the busy jazz area.

Get discounted beer, wine, and liquor on offer for a fun hour, during the week from 4-7 p.m. Parking is available on the street and there are parking spaces in the area.

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