Welcome to KXT’s Bring the Music Back campaign! Over the next couple of months, we’ll be talking with your favorite local and national musicians about how the pandemic has affected their craft, and how they think we can all safely get back to rocking out. Scroll below to hear personal messages from a few of your favorite musicians, plus tips on how to safely get back out there.
HEAR FROM ARTISTS
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
Here are some tips for safely returning to live music:
- Wear a mask when not eating or drinking.
- Get tested for COVID-19 before you go.
- Check out venue policies for the following:
- Negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination requirements.
- Up-to-date information regarding refunds/postponement/cancellations:
- Feeling sick? Sit this one out.
- Vaccines are very accessible in North Texas! Find a spot to get the shot here.
VENUE HEALTH & SAFETY
Health & safety protocols vary widely with each show and venue. Before you head out, check the venue’s website or concert page for more information. You can also find more info on KXT’s own concert calendar.
- American Airlines Center
- Club Dada
- Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park
- Dickies Arena
- Fair Park
- Four Corners Brewing Company
- House of Blues
- South Side Music Hall – Varies by event organizer
- Southern Methodist University – McFarlin Memorial Auditorium – Please Contact Venue for Info
- Texas Theatre
- The Factory in Deep Ellum
- The Hall at the Factory
- The Kessler Theater
- The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
- Trees – Please Contact Venue for Info
- Tulips FTW – Varies by event organizer
- Granada Theater – Please Contact Venue for Info
- Majestic Theatre – Please Contact Venue for Info
- Panther Island Pavillion – Please Contact Venue for Info
- The HiFi Dallas
- Ticket Master Events
- LiveNation Events
- AXS Events
- CDC Recommendations for COVID-19 prevention
- How to Address COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation
- How to spot misinformation
KXT’s Bring The Music Back campaign is not a public service announcement (PSA), but rather a specific campaign funded by the Corporation of Public Broadcasting (CPB) as part of a larger effort to address COVID-19 misinformation. As a noncommercial public radio station, KERA/KXT does offer tailored sponsorship opportunities for local businesses, nonprofits, event organizers, and others who serve the community. To learn more about these opportunities, click here, or visit our sponsorship website at sponsorkera.org.