Club Dada is the oldest live music venue in Deep Ellum. You never know what kind of music you will be hearing, from heavy metal to classical, we cover all ground to bring the best live music to you. We have 3 full service bars, 3 stages (2 indoor 1 outside) a beautiful landscaped patio, a lounge, a photographer, and friendly servers. Come out and see why Dada is still the best place to see live music. 18 years and going strong.
No DJs in sight here, this bar is renown for some of the best live music in town, ideal for dancing, mingling and drinking. The range of musicians, complex of bars and stages and outdoor space makes it one of the best party spots to catch a live show.
Upcoming Events @ Club Dada
Transmission Events presents Folk Family Revival Mason, Barrett and Lincoln Lankford became fast friends with Caleb Pace when the then pre-teens stood up for him in a squabble at church. If you ask them now, the band is made up of four brothers. A bond that transcends musical barriers formed early in the lives of the brothers long before [more]
Dfw Norml presents Chronica 2014 On Saturday 12/27/14 DFW NORML presents our 3rd annual Chronica celebration, a live music fundraising event with speakers, vendor booths, prizes and an ugly holiday sweater competition at Club Dada! Entry is $6 at the door for current DFW NORML members and $10 for non-members. Each entry includes one [more]
Transmission Events presents Mike & the Moonpies The brand of country on "The Real Country, the debut album from Mike and the Moonpies, is extremely adaptable. Some of the music, like the steady blues bounce of "Water on the Rocks" or the relaxed Southern sway of "Matrimony," call for cordial two-stepping in an upscale dance hall. But if you [more]
Parade of Flesh presents Ex Hex Radioactivity Party Static Mary Timony has quietly started a new band, and their first song online isn't quiet at all. Timony, last seen portraying a motel housekeeper in Mikal Cronin's "Peace of Mind" video, has already played in an impressive array of indie-rock groups: most recently Wild Flag, but also [more]
Transmission Events presents Mineral Josh T Pearson When Mineral broke up in 1998, they had been together for only four years and released only two full-lengths, yet their shaping of the indie rock landscape cannot be overstated. " – All Music Guide EndSerenading was the second, and final album released by Mineral. It was the definitive [more]
Transmission Events presents Quaker City Night Hawks with The Black Cadillacs The Black Cadillacs are a blues-based indie rock band from Knoxville, TN. With members from each of Tennessee's major cities, the state's famous sounds are well represented. Nashville's recent brand of rock n' roll revival takes center stage, but a wash of [more]
Parade of Flesh presents You Blew It! with Tiny Moving Parts Rozwell Kid You Blew It! might be one of the last great hold-outs in the emo revival that took over the last decade. More sane than Algernon Cadwallader, less sonically-spacious than Cap'n Jazz, YBI! cherrypicks from 90's emo and indie in a fashion that many have aimed for but [more]
Parade of Flesh Presents Bass Drum Of Death Bass Drum of Death are an American garage rock band from Oxford, Mississippi signed to Innovative Leisure Records. John Barrett formed Bass Drum of Death, and performs and records his own albums. Until 2008, he performed as a one-man-band, playing bass drum and guitar. Currently, the touring band [more]
Transmission Events presents Murder By Death Indiana's Murder by Death (formerly known as Little Joe Gould) layers the vocal sounds of an old saloon with the haunting strings of a Hungarian folk dance and the hard driving rhythms of pure rock 'n' roll, producing what Stuff magazine has called "lush, orchestrated songs," somehow simultaneously [more]
Spune presents The Suffers EP Release The Suffers are a ten-piece band from Houston, TX who are redefining the sound of Gulf Coast Soul, intertwining elements of Classic American Soul with Rock & Roll. Both sonically and visually arresting, the large ensemble packs each position of the rhythm section and horn section with a level of talent and [more]
Parade of Flesh & Transmission presents A Place to Bury Strangers There are moments where I'm really scared on stage," admits A Place to Bury Strangers bassist Dion Lunadon, "where it's really foggy and I know someone's swinging a guitar around. I don't give a fuck though; if a guitar is about to hit me in the head, oh well. It's going to [more]