About Deep Ellum
Deep Ellum is the hip up-and-coming renovated district just east of downtown Dallas. The streets are lined with New York-style lofts and transformed warehouses that create a bold and entertaining atmosphere for everyone. This area is well-known for arts and entertainment. Many popular bands have performed here, including The Dead Kennedys, The Flaming Lips, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Flag and much more. Music ranging from jazz, blues, alternative rock and even Latin samba can be found in Ellum. Large buildings in this old industrial neighborhood have been transformed into clubs and lounges for the musically inspired and party people looking for a good time. Cover charges tend to be much smaller here since they the district prides itself on being extremely influential in music and pop culture as we know it. Unique shops, art exhibits, theaters and food are also found almost everywhere in the area. The Hub Theater, like many in the area, has frequent local performances with imaginative twists on classic plays. Local artists are also promoted in many of the surrounding galleries such as The Public Trust or Gallery 2910. However, because live music venues seem to be the most popular and frequent places to find, an entertaining evening is always only a few short blocks away. Creativity spawns in Deep Ellum, so finding inventive and original art, food, performances, music and more, is easily done here.