With guidelines slowly getting more and more lax and businesses and people adjusting to the new normal, you may be looking for things to do in Dallas-Fort Worth. Maybe, after all the chaos of 2020, you want to calm down with some Mozart. You can watch the Dallas Symphony Orchestra perform “Mozart 40 and More” according to a Culture Map Dallas article January 14th. In it they say:
“The latest concert from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, taking place at Meyerson Symphony Center through Saturday, features conductor Nicholas McGegan and pianist Helene Grimaud. It will include three Mozart selections: Symphony No. 27, Piano Concerto No. 20, and Symphony No. 40. The concert on Saturday night will be recorded and will be available virtually starting January 29.”
Or maybe you want to do something slightly wild, but from a safe distance and away from the virus. Wild Night In just might be your thing. Dallas Zoo’s annual fundraiser is going digital this year according to a Paper City article from January 19th. In it they say:
“Dallas Zoo’s annual fundraiser Zoo To Do is going virtual this year. You can tune into their “Wild Night In” this Thursday at 6:15 pm to get a closer look at the oldest zoological park in Texas, along with a better understanding of what the nonprofit has accomplished this year. The event is free to watch, but you must RSVP for event updates and a digital event guide ahead of time. You’ll be able to bid on items at the online auction, buy raffle tickets for behind-the-scenes experiences, and more.”
There are a ton of fun things to do in Dallas to bring in the new year. Try some out before they end!