Little D Markets and Community Groups at Lake-a-Palooza!
Little D Markets is our newest addition to our music festival, offering a pop-up bazaar of arts, crafts, and products you need! Along with Little D, please stop by our Community Group tables to see what’s cooking in the neighborhood!
Curated Art Show at Lake-a-Palooza!
Lake-a-Palooza! is featuring a curated, fine art exhibition with a musical theme along with unveiling the Muralism project that has been months in production. Come on down and meet the artists, have a glass of wine or beer, and enjoy the music!
Help Make Lake-a-Palooza! the Best Fest!
Volunteer with Us for Lake-a-Palooza! Music Fest!! Rollup your sleeves and have a great time supporting the Bath House while giving back to the arts-loving community. More than simply greeting people at the door, our volunteers are involved with mounting shows like this Music Fest. Working with kids, orchestrating the Ministry of Silly Walks, passing out […]
Lake-a-Palooza! Entertainment Line-up
Take a peek at our line-up for our FREE Lake-a-Palooza! Music Festival 2018! 4 stages | 18 venues. What more could you want? How about food/beverages/kids activities/community groups? We got it covered! 4.28 | 1PM-8PM |Bath House | Dallas. CHECK IT OUT: http://ow.ly/uEsH50h5twe
Interview with Texas Musicians Museum Director
Watch for our Lake-a-Palooza! interview with the Exec Director of Texas Musicians Museum in the Katy Trail and White Rock Weekly papers. Visit The Advocate here & be sure to listen for our ad on KXT FM 71.9. Check here for all the action happening at Lake-a-Palooza!
Art Mart Opens This Weekend!
Join the Friends of the Bath House next weekend for Art Mart! Over Fifty Artists are coming together to offer their artwork for sale. Get your Christmas shopping started early with us! PLUS food and live entertainment will be available all weekend! PLUS we’re returning with our PASSPORT TO THE ARTS. Fill out a Passport and score […]
Uke-a-Palooza! Was Too Much Fun!
Our Petite Party was a smash hit! Guests brought their own ukes or borrowed one from the Uke Lady of Texas, Noel Tardy. Within minutes Noel had everyone strumming a few chords and singing along. Everyone was channeling Don Ho on Wednesday evening!
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