Things to do Arlington, September 16

American Indian Pow Wow

Traders Village, Grand Prairie

September 18-20

http://tradersvillage.com/grand-prairie/events

A Native American Pow Wow with colorful tribal dance contests, an arts & crafts show, tipis, honoring ceremonies, singing and much more will be part of the 53rd Annual American Indian Pow Wow. This annual event is a great time to visit with old friends and make new ones. Plan to join us for this colorful and interesting event, presented by the DFW Inter-Tribal Association.

Ecofest

Founders Plaza

Saturday, September 18

http://naturallyfun.org/ecofest

The seventh annual Ecofest Arlington will take over the streets of Downtown Arlington. This free, family-oriented event will help build a sense of community, stimulates environmental awareness and promotes stewardship across North Texas. There is something for everyone with eco-classes, entertainment, kids activities, bike safety town, scouting adventures and even free trees!

 

The Killdares

Levitt Pavilion

Saturday, September 18

http://levittpavilionarlington.org/event/the-killdares-2/

The Killdares have come to be known as one of the hottest, cutting edge bands in music today — Celtic or otherwise. World-class musicians from all over the United States, they came together in Texas to create and perform a new version of hard-driving, alternative Celtic rock music. Blending traditional Celtic playing skills, power-pop accessibility, and straight up rock ‘n’ roll hooks, The Killdares have created a fresh new sound that’s blended with enough commercial edge to be instantly recognizable, always engaging and appealing to fans of all ages. Their live shows are filled with an infectious energy so powerful that it has been known to move people to tears.

 

Rock and Roll Billboards from the Sunset Strip

Arlington Art Museum

Through October 18

http://arlingtonmuseum.org/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/

Advertising in one of the most musically influential parts of the country, industry executives used images such as the Beatles Abbey Road cover for billboards installed next to rock and toll clubs like the Whiskey-a-Go-Go, the Roxy, and the Key Club that gave a stage to up and coming bands that today enjoy a legendary status. L.A. based photographer Robert Landau brings back the look and feel of the creative genius these temporary works of art.

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