5 Can't Miss Dallas Concerts at The Bomb Factory In Sept. 2017
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Every month, fans in the Dallas and Fort Worth area have a lot of concert options to choose from. Some of the biggest bands in the world make their way to the DFW area but there are also more intimate and exciting concerts coming to some of the smaller concert venues in the area. Here is a look at five of the best eclectic concerts coming to The Bomb Factory in Dallas in September 2017.

Old 97’s
Sept. 16

The Old 97’s is a band who originated in Dallas before striking out and making their name on the national scene. They are touring North America in support of their new album Graveyard Whistling and have set up a return home for the big tour. Tickets are available through AXS (Tickets) with prices ranging from $43.50 up to $55.

Sept. 21

Krewella is an electronic dance duo that is touring in support of a new two-part EP titled Brave New World. Their tour kicks off in Dallas at The Bomb Factory, so this will be fans of the EDM duo’s first chance to see them on the new concert tour. The tickets are available through AXS (Tickets) and run $26.40.

Jason Isabel and the 400 Unit
Sept. 23

While The Bomb Factory is best known for hard rock and EDM, there are also some great country bands that step through the door on occasion as well. Just two days after Krewella bring down the house, Jason Isabel and the 400 Unit will have people dancing an entirely different tune. Isabel has two albums in 2017 with the 400 Unit and is expected to play a little country, rock and soul songs in this concert. Tickets are on sale through AXS (Tickets) for between $45 and $65.

Sept. 29

PVRIS is giving fans in the DFW area a chance to hear some great music while helping out a great charity at The Bomb Factory in September. The charity is The Ally Coalition, which supports LGBTQ equality, and PVRIS will be joined by Party Nails and Lights for the show.  Tickets are through AXS (Tickets) and run between $25 and $99.

Father John Misty
Sept. 30

The month of September at The Bomb Factory will end with one of the most eclectic concerts of the year for Dallas, regardless of venue. Father John Misty will perform at the end of the month concert with opening band Weyes Blood. Misty is touring in support of Pure Comedy on this North American tour. Tickets start out at $36.50 through AXS (Tickets).