Originally conceived in the late 1970s, the AT&T Performing Arts Center finalizes the city of Dallas's goal to create a an expansive Arts District. Now the centerpiece of the area, the AT&T Performing Arts Center boasts five different venues within its walls: Winspear Opera House, Wyly Theatre, Strauss Artist Square, City Performance Hall and Sammons Park. Amongst these venues, you can catch an opera, a Broadway musical, an outdoor concert, a small-scale play or just take a walk in the ten-acre park.
2403 Flora Street, Dallas, TX
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