Long-running Dallas-based Third String Productions is presenting the fourth annual Unsilent Night music festival on Saturday, December 10th, at the Centennial Hall in Fair Park. The lineup consists of an exciting mix of heavy acts, pop acts, and other genres in between, perfect for a Christmas show to show off old favorites as well as new and upcoming groups. Pop/rock bands this year include All Time Low, The Maine, The Ready Set, and new addition Forever The Sickest Kids; heavier bands include Attack Attack!, We Came As Romans, The Chariot, and a special comeback show by As Cities Burn, whose full lineup is playing their album Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest in its entirety. One last band I am excited about is Listener, the spoken-word/folk project by Dan Smith.
Good news for ya, we’re giving away ONE PAIR (2) of tickets to this festival.
How do I win?
Tune into That’s Progressive with Tim Cason this Thursday, December 1st, between 10pm and midnight. Just tune in to radioutd.com, listen to the directions, and you could be a winner!
The show is all ages, and tickets can be purchased here or from local acts like Even Cameras Lie, Tanner Patrick, or Taylor Thrash. There will also be an afterparty for all the concert-goers at The Prophet Bar on Elm Street, featuring DJ sets by Kyle Burns (of Forever The Sickest Kids), Big Chocolate, and Attack Attack!, so don’t miss out!