The Dallas Chamber Symphony performs in the new City Performance Hall, located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District. Many options are available to those who visit the district for food, drinks, and sightseeing before and after DCS concerts and events.

Arrive early and take advantage of world class museums, have dinner at one of many nearby restaurants. Be sure to arrive early at the City Performance Hall to learn more about the music you love with entertaining and educational pre-concert conversations.

After the concert, take in the Dallas skyline at a trendy bar or take a stroll around the glass-enclosed lobby of the hall. Make your visit to hear the Dallas Chamber Symphony in the Dallas Arts District an evening everyone will enjoy. Below is additional information to maximize your enjoyment.

At the Dallas Chamber Symphony

Great music is best enjoyed when you are comfortable. For this reason, we encourage you to dress in a way that best allows you (and others) to focus on the music. “Business Casual” is always a good bet when attending a DCS event, although we have no objections to seeing you at your stylish best.

Be sure to arrive a bit early to ensure that you have plenty of time to find your seats and to enjoy the atmosphere of the performance hall. At least fifteen to thirty minutes early is recommended.

Directions

Dallas Chamber Symphony performances are held at the City Performance Hall, located at:

2520 Flora Street
Dallas, Texas 75201

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Parking is conveniently located in several locations with easy access to the City Performance Hall. One Arts Plaza self-parking and valet is located across Routh Street from the main entrance to the hall. Self-serve: $5 (Enter on the north side of One Arts Plaza – Wade St.) / Valet: $10 (Enter from Routh Street). Also available directly beneath the City Performance Hall is the AT&T Performing Arts Center Lexus Silver Garage. Self-serve: $15 (enter on Jack Evens St.).

World-class exhibitions are located just a stone’s throw away from the DCS at the City Performance Hall. Why not enjoy some of best art in North Texas as you prepare for your stimulating musical experience with the Dallas Chamber Symphony.

The Dallas Museum of Art

The Crow Collection of Asian Art

Nasher Sculpture Center

Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe

The City Performance Hall is easily accessed by the DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) Red or Blue lines. From the Pearl Street station, walk three blocks northwest to Flora, then turn right and walk two blocks northeast to 2520 Flora Street. For more information, visit www.dart.org.

A variety of restaurants are within a short distance of the City Performance Hall. Everything from sandwiches and salads to salmon and steaks is available just minutes from great music. Thanks to a special agreement with the AT&T Performing Arts Center, you can purchase your meal at area restaurants such as Jorge’s Tex Mex, Dallas Chop House, or Capital Grille at the same time as your ticket to any DCS performance. Click here for details.