When, where, and how to see them for free
We came to The Dividends by way of Sarah Jaffe, the singer-songwriter hailing from Denton. But perhaps you discovered them thanks to Symbolyc One, the Texas producer who’s worked with some very big names, including Beyoncé, Drake, Lorde, and Kanye West (with whom he co-produced the Grammy award-winning track “Power”).
The Dividends’ collaboration takes Jaffe’s folksy-pop sound into digital and experimental territories. And it gives S1 open space and delicate vocals to use as a canvas—particularly captivating to watch live.
In a rare occasion, the duo will be playing a free show on Wednesday, November 15. Presented by Wheelhouse in partnership with our friends at Central Track, the intimate show will take place in Center Court, the covered patio area connecting Wheelhouse and Sassetta. (If you haven’t been to either Design District restaurant, you’ve definitely seen Center Court’s focal art piece “Moving Figure,” an 18-foot-tall-man extending—literally plunging outward—to Oaklawn Avenue.)
The evening’s dinner and show begin at 7 p.m. Seating is limited, but you can secure a spot in advance by making a dinner reservation at Wheelhouse. Good food, good friends, and good music promise a memorable night. We know that local rapper Sam Lao will make a guest appearance on a song or two, but it’s likely they have more surprises in store. Make reservations in advance (details below) and read more about The Dividends at Central Track.
The Details: Wheelhouse, 1617 Hi Line Drive. Wednesday, November 15. 7 p.m. To reserve your table, email firstname.lastname@example.org.