The AT&T Turn Up The Love Tour is coming back to Dallas with an incredible line-up! The AT&T Dallas Discovery District in the Dallas Downtown Historic District will play host to Years & Years, Wrabel, and Kelechi, all in support of The Trevor Project. Arrive early to enjoy the LGBTQ+ Night Market to include local vendors and organizations true to the cause! The market begins at 6pm, with the concert following at 8pm
American Sign Language interpreters will be available for all performances.
There are two main entrances to the event. You will enter the property at Jackson and Field on the West side of the Discovery District or Commerce Street on the North side of the Discovery District across from The Adolphus Hotel.
The safety and well-being of our guests is top priority. (Insert Name of Group) is working in partnership with AT&T and the Dallas Police Department to ensure that this event is both safe and enjoyable. All guests will be screened upon entry into the venue and the following items are prohibited:
Bags should be no larger than a small clutch purse (4.5” x 6.5” with or without a handle or strap).
Guests who appear to be inebriated and unmanageable will not be permitted admittance into the AT&T Discovery District.
Self-parking is available at the 1212 Jackson Street garage. It’s complimentary with District merchant validation from the Exchange, Jaxon Beer Garden, or the Experience Store.
The rideshare drop-off location at the Discovery District is located at 208 S. Akard Street, in front of Whitacre Tower on Commerce Street.
Only 21 and up can consume alcohol at The AT&T Discovery District, we have a no tolerance policy for underage consumption of alcohol.
Outside food and beverage is not permitted. You will be asked to throw it away upon entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!
We do not have an ATM on site. While some bars accept cash, this option is limited. We highly encourage you to bring a credit card.
Seating is very limited and lawn chairs will not be permitted at this event.
The event will proceed rain or shine. Should it rain, there will be a covered indoor space inside The Exchange Hall. Please note that umbrellas are allowed if you wish to bring one.
As Years & Years, Olly Alexander has become one of the world’s most trailblazing modern pop stars. Across three hugely successful albums to date, the singer, actor, fashion icon and cultural vanguard has earned 5 Brit Award nominations, surpassed 5 billion global streams, and played triumphant shows ranging from Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage to The O2 Arena. Throughout these important transformative years of creative and personal growth, Olly has also become a fearless, once-in-a-generation voice on important discussions around mental health, and issues affecting the LGBTQ+ community — all of which, in its own way, has taken him to Night Call, and the most essential Years & Years album to date.
Years & Years third album ‘Night Call’ reached #1 on the UK Album Chart in January 2022 with single “Sweet Talker” becoming Olly Alexander’s 10th UK Top 40 single.
For his leading role as Ritchie Tozer in the critically acclaimed Russell T Davies TV drama ‘It’s A Sin,’ Olly was nominated for Leading Actor at the 2022 BAFTA Television Awards. The show went on to become one of Channel 4’s biggest shows, breaking viewing on demand records and winning the Best New Drama prize at the National Television Awards as well as bringing the fight against HIV/AIDs back into the public conversation like never before.
Stephen Wrabel (who goes simply by Wrabel) has made a career out of connection. Be it A-level artists with the brilliant songs he has penned (Kesha, Meghan Trainor, P!nk, etc) or directly with fans through his heart-on-his-sleeve vulnerability, Wrabel’s impact is something massive felt by both industry peers and listening audiences alike.
“My grandma would send me screenshots of my YouTube comments,” he says. “She was like, ‘People are having full therapy in the comments section.’” He pauses to take that in. “I still have a hard time saying they’re ‘fans,’ because it’s not like I’m over here and they’re over there. I’m talking to them all the time. They just so happen to like something I do.”
Wrabel has become synonymous with crafting relatable, all-too-human themes that we’ve heard in previous hits like the love-ache of 2017’s “11 blocks,” 2019’s culturally reverberating LGBTQ+ anthem “the village,” and 2020’s “hurts like hell,” which he debuted on the TODAY show. In 2021, he released his transcendent full-length debut, these words are all for you. Billboard rhapsodized, “Wrabel does it all with the kind of authorship that just makes you want to dive even deeper into his complex, beautifully rendered story.”
His 2023 project, a journey through our shared emotions, will be released in parts — think chapters of a diary — culminating in a full album later this year. The journey starts with chapter of me, an EP comprised of songs written to himself, for himself, out April 21.
First generation Nigerian-American, Kelechi is a South Carolina native with yearn for romance and nostalgia: a true “hopeful romantic.” His love of music led him to Los Angeles where he and his former group,CTZEN, were featured on multiple episodes of the FOX Network’s hit reality-competition show, The X-Factor.
After the group disbanded, Kelechi sought to make his mark on the indie pop world. In June 2019, Kelechi released his indie pop debut single, “Forever Tonight,” dubbed an “instant classic from the very first play,” by Billboard. Since his debut, Kelechi has released several singles to critical claim, including a collaboration with VINCINT on heartache anthem “just another song,” which has over 2 Million plays to date.
More new music from Kelechi is imminent.