Royal Mercenaries-in association with Deep Ellum Art Company, Culture-Hype, and BandSource- is pleased to announce their ‘2018 Army of Artists’ Showcase. Taking place onSaturday, Feb. 24 at 7pm with live musical performances from 8pm to 1am, the event will feature a diverse selection of musical artists and beautiful displays of artwork. All ages are welcome and tickets to the event are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. There will be a full 50-foot bar for people over 21, art gallery, food truck, live poster printing courtesy of Trust Printshop, and live outdoor graffiti painting (if weather allows). The showcase will be located atDeep Ellum Art Company at 3200 Commerce St., Dallas, Texas 75226.

“The collaborative artists gathered together in this event take you on a multifaceted visual journey of amazing proportions,” said Amber Crimmings, artistic director of Deep Ellum Art Co.

Featuring live performances from:

Sam Lao |  (hiphop/R&B)

88 Killa |  (hiphop)

French 75 |  (electronic/pop)

HONEY LOTUS |  (Alternative/R&B)

Also featuring displayed artwork from:

Jeremy Biggers (Stem & Thorn)

Chance Foreman (Chance Foreman’s Art)

Rapheal Crump

Lauren D Collins

Brenton Dontay Black

Amber Crimmings

Trust Printshop

Oak & Hatchet

There will be a free 2018 Army of Artists screen-printed poster available to everyone who buys a ticket and attends the event, courtesy of Trust Printshop. For more information about the showcase, Tickets are on sale now at

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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