Welcome to the official social network of the Uptown Jazz Dallas | The International Jazz Festival Organization and the hub of our great North Texas Jazz Movement. Our focus is on all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in the DFW Metroplex. Make yourself at home. Upload your photos, video, logos of your business and all, to let N. Texas know what you're into. This is a place for you to network with the world. There are powerful tools here to showcase everything you do and love. Share your activities freely. Become friends with the recording artists and creative mind on the network. Please use the Invite tab above to expose others to the movement. It's already a great community. With You here it just got better. Don't hesitate sharing this with others via the PROMOTE and SHARE buttons everywhere on this network. Connect your social media accounts via the Settings links in the upper right. Then, click Connections along the left to add your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Be familiar with our Community Guidelines that are in place to ensure everyone's experience on this network is of the highest quality. A FULL NAME is required along with an accurate identity. Your real identity allows you to take advantage of the Member Benefits associated with the network. We invite Members to tap into the Member Marketing Program that allows you to reach the now 19,000+ pre-festival followers across our entire social media system. We also encourage to always look at Jazz BlastDFW, our new interactive digital publication which focuses on sharing the paid advertisements from our partners. Contact us if you'd like more information on you can advertise affordably in our new digital only publication. 214.702.4286.
Finally, always check the Social Calendar for the latest events and shows.Remember, this is a social network for us all to enjoy. Upload and share with everyone.
Hōru Sushi will open its first location this September in Legacy Hall, located at 7800 Windrose Ave. in Plano. The sushi kitchen will offer a contemporary twist on the rich culinary heritage of Japanese sushi with new refreshing flavors and textures. … Continue reading →
By Alan Stewart Photos by Joey Stewart In early April a reminder on my phone popped up saying “Lost Kitchen.” It was time to send a postcard to the restaurant located in the tiny town of Freedom, Maine, … Continue reading →
McKinney & Olive, which opened in August 2016, is the first commercial building in Dallas designed by an internationally acclaimed architect since the 1980s. Led by the late Cesar Pelli, architectural firm Pelli Clarke Pelli envisioned the 20-story, 536,000 square-foot structure that … Continue reading →
Shayna’s Place, the popular sandwich and coffee shop at Sylvan Thirty in West Dallas, has opened a new neighborhood outpost for its wares: Shayna’s Annex, located at 1605 N. Beckley Avenue (at Greenbriar Lane, in the space formerly occupied by … Continue reading →
One of Dallas’ most anticipated food and wine festivals, Chefs For Farmers, returns with notable chefs November 1-3, 2019. Limited quantities of early bird tickets are available now through August 25. Early bird pricing includes 15% off both General Admission … Continue reading →