Fan Expo Dallas took place from June 3-5, 2016 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX. Featured guests included William Shatner, Hayley Atwell, Jenna Coleman, Peter Capaldi, Michelle Gomez, Elden Henson, Jon Bernthal, Amy Acker and George Takei. Check out our photos from the event!
Motorbreath and Crüed & Tattooed were at Grover’s Grill and Bar in Frisco, TX for the Bikers Against Road Rage Charity Event on April 23, 2016. Pit Freaks Magazine was there to bring you these photos! Continue reading Motorbreath, Crüed & Tattooed
Burlesque is a Basterd!, a tribute to the films of Quentin Tarantino, took place on April 15, 2016 at Three Links in Deep Ellum, Dallas, TX.
Dallas Comic Con Fan Days took place from October 16-18 at the Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX. Check out our photos from the event!
A-Kon 26 was held June 5-7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX. Have a look at our photo gallery from the event!
Dallas Comic Con Fan Expo took place from May 29-31 at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, TX. Check out our photos from the event!
Volbeat, Anthrax, and Crobot played Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie, TX on May 27, 2015. Pit Freaks Magazine was there to capture these photos!
Slash featuring Myles Kennedyand the Conspirators and Fozzy played South Side Ballroom in Dallas, TX on May 24, 2015. Pit Freaks Magazine was there to capture these photos!
Scandinavia came to Dallas on Tuesday, May 5th, when Nightwish, Sabaton and Delain invaded The Bomb Factory. And by the turn out you would have thought it was a weekend. Devoted fans poured into the building, packing it to the brim and ready to rock hard despite it being in the middle of the week. Continue reading Nightwish, Sabaton, Delain
They Might Be Giants spends an evening in Dallas
They Might Be Giants arrived at the Granada Theater in Dallas on Wednesday, May 13, to spend a casual evening with its fans. While the “An Evening with…” tag on the show was primarily to indicate that there was no opening band (or, as vocalist/rhythm guitarist John Flansburgh put it, “we’re opening for ourselves”), it also suggested the friendly, conversational approach the band took to the show. More than anything, it felt like a really big house concert. Topics of conversation between songs included why nobody really refers to this decade as the “teens,” the tragic burning of the original Big Tex, the fact that the date formed a palindrome (leading, of course, into “I Palindrome I”), and what the heck was going on in the murals on the walls of the Granada.