November Concerts In North Texas

Don’t let the weather fool you. It’s November.

And that means a good many things are on the horizon — colder weather (hopefully), discounted Halloween candy, music festivals, our anniversary show and music, music, music. Here’s a look at the concerts happening in North Texas this month that you don’t want to miss:



Nov. 1-2
American Airlines Center
Tickets available here.
Talk about “starting things off with a bang.” This stellar month of concerts kicks off with one of the greats — truly. Adele performs takes over American Airlines Center with a double header on November 1st and 2nd. Hello. Yes. Please and thank you.


KXT Turns 7

Wed, Nov. 2
The Kessler
Tickets available here.
We’re celebrating seven years of broadcasting the new, local and legendary music you love! Fort Worth’s Matt Tedder will perform, followed by Austin’s White Denim. The quartet has been wowing audiences with their unique hybrid sounds of funk, punk and psychedelic rock for nearly a decade — and their KXT Turns 7 performance is sure to be no exception.



Sat, Nov. 5
The Bomb Factory
Tickets available here.
On Three, Phantogram’s third studio album, the duo of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel take their sound in a beautiful new direction, adding new textures to their signature style. Hear that unique style for yourself when they hit up Deep Ellum on November 5. 


Joni Mitchell Birthday Celebration

Mon, Nov. 7
The Kessler
Tickets available here.
Joni. JONI. Do we really need to say more? Fine. Here goes. The Kessler is paying birthday tribute to the one and only Joni Mitchell on November 7! The evening will feature a smorgasbord of Texas-based musicians including singer-songwriters, jazz musicians and more. Again — JONI!


Flock of Dimes

Fri, Nov. 11
Three Links
Tickets available here.
Hey, speaking of awesome, cool women we love…Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner is striking out on her own with her solo project Flock of DimesIf You See Me, Say Yes, the solo debut album under that moniker, started out as a handful of singles in 2012, and has since expanded into a lush, electro-pop dream of an album. Consider us “Team Jenn.”


Loretta Lynn

Fri, Nov. 11
Majestic Theatre
Tickets available here.
K. We’re not done with that whole “women we love” theme because The Queen of Country Music herself is coming to Dallas. In her 50+ years in the biz, Loretta Lynn has managed to rack up four Grammy Awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award, Kennedy Center Honors, a Presidential Medal of Freedom and — oh yeah — sold over 45 million records worldwide. Just to name a few. All hail, The Queen.


Untapped Dallas

Sat, Nov. 12
Fair Park in Dallas
Tickets available here.
It’s hard to beat the heavenly combination of crisp fall air, live music and cold and tasty vittles. As such, we’re stoked that Untapped is headed back to Dallas on November 12 with a musical lineup as impressive as what’s on tap. TV on the Radio is set to perform, plus Gogol Bordello, Kaleo, Bishop Briggs, Adia Victoria, Bassh and more.


KXT 91.7 Presents Animal Collective

Wed, Nov. 16
The Bomb Factory
Tickets available here.
It’s been four years since their last studio album, but Baltimore’s experimental pop outfit Animal Collective is back. Back we say! And lucky for us all they’re hitting up Deep Ellum this month in promotion of their latest album, Painting With.


CANCELLED: KXT 91.7 Presents Morrissey

We are sorry to announce that this show has been cancelled due to severe illness of one of the band’s members. Details can be found here.

Wed, Nov. 16
McFarlin Auditorium at SMU
Tickets available here.
Watch out, Mustangs. Morrissey is headed your way. The iconic frontman of The Smiths (widely credited as a seminal figure in the emergence of indie rock and Britpop) is bringing his prolific solo career to McFarlin Auditorium on November 16. (Psst! Be sure to stop by the KXT table at this one and say hi!)


Beats & Eats: Chef Jason West, Roxy Roca

Thu, Nov. 17
Granada Theater
Tickets available here.
Have your cake and dance it off, too, when you head over to Lower Greenville on November 17 for Beats and Eats. Guests will enjoy a four-course meal prepared by Chef Jason West, followed by a performance by Austin’s soulful, boogie-inducing band Roxy Roca



Fri, Nov. 18
Tickets available here.
Los Angeles’ Warpaint is back with Heads Up, their first record after the bandmates took two years to work on independent projects. And thank the music gods for that, because this hypnotic, ethereal album is all sorts of crazy good. Don’t miss Warpaint in Deep Ellum on November 18.


The 1975

Fri, Nov. 25
South Side Ballroom
Manchester quartet The 1975 made a mighty return this year with what is possible our favorite album title of 2016: I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It. They’re bringing their glam-synth sound to South Side Ballroom on November 25. Sadly, this one’s sold out, but it’s possible your favorite radio station might be able to hook you up with a ticket giveaway in the coming weeks. Possibly. Standby.


Happy concerting, friends!