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Dallas-Fort Worth musicians get the spotlight in new Bass Hall concert series

DFW musicians get the spotlight in new Bass Hall concert series

Sarah Jaffe
Sarah Jaffe will perform at the inaugural Texas Crossroads concert on September 5. The series takes place every Wednesday through October 3. Photo by Brian K. Ullrich

Local musicians will soon get a larger showcase when Performing Arts Fort Worth starts its new concert series, Texas Crossroads.

Spotlighting local and regional singers and musicians, the series will kick off with a star-studded concert on September 5 at Bass Performance Hall, featuring performances by Vaden Todd Lewis of the Toadies, Sarah Jaffe, Austin Allsup, and Josh Weathers. 

The remaining four concerts in the series — taking place every Wednesday night through October 3 — will be held in the intimate McDavid Studio. Performers will include Brandon Rhyder, Sam Anderson, Luke Wade, Abraham Alexander, Joey Green, and more. A detailed schedule can be found on the Bass Hall website.

The concerts will be up-close-and-personal experiences, with the artists performing acoustic sets and sharing stories and anecdotes about their lives and music. They are co-presented by Visit Fort Worth and Hear Fort Worth.

Tickets for the kickoff concert are $30-$50, while tickets for the four other concerts are $22-$35 per show. All tickets will go on sale at 10 am Friday, June 8.

Tickets can be purchased by phone by calling 817-212-4280 in Fort Worth or 1-877-212-4280 outside Fort Worth. You can also order online at www.basshall.com or at the Bass Hall ticket office at 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth.