This Week's Best Concert Posters: a Big Folkin Festival in Deep Ellum

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Talented artists are spreading their works of art all across the great city of Dallas through magnificent music flyers. Each week we'll spotlight our favorite poster picks for upcoming shows in the Metroplex.

Deep Ellum will be hosting it's second annual Big Folkin' Festival at The Prophet Bar this weekend and will be featuring more than 20 bands; including local favorites RTB2, The O's, and Quaker City Nighthawks. Their poster is in this week's top picks and uses a mirror image of a foxy red-head straddling a guitar and a banjo to spotlight the event. Also in this week's top picks is a mind-blowing Not Half Bad Tour poster, and a classic space odyssey rendition advertising a Pinkish Black show at Sunshine Bar.

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Sally Majestic, The Effinays, and Gonzo City: March 29th at Whiskey Girl Saloon

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Not Half Bad Tour Kickoff w/ Half Truths, Varsity Cheerleader, and Christian Medrano: March 30th at 1919 Hemphill


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Big Folkin' Festival w/ HOLY MOLY WILLIAM BECKETT (formerly of THE ACADEMY IS), QUAKER CITY NIGHT HAWKS THE O'S GOODNIGHT NED The ROOMSOUNDS Parallel Play Kirby Brown J Charles and The Trainrobbers Dead Flowers Van Darien The Trimbles Jillette Johnson The Venetian Sailors Matthew & The Arrogant Sea Pinebox Serenade Bedlam Brothers Pearl Street Riot Loyal Sally Levi Cobb & The Big Smoke Yallwells Steve Stanley and the Mercs We'reWolves The Many Hands Maricopa County RTB2 Fox And The Bird: March 30th at The Prophet Bar

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Slobberbone w/ The Paychecks, RTB2, and Daniel Markham: March 30th at The Live Oak

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Pinkish Black and Garuda Distort: March 30th at Sunshine Bar


If you are a local artist in the area and would like us to publish your posters in the next blog, contact Megan Morris at megan.morris@dallasobserver.com


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