Visit Deep Ellum Art Co for Bluegrass Sundays. This unique space functions as an art gallery and live music venue, and it is host to a variety of food trucks. On Oct. 8, they are hosting Tallgrass Bluegrass, a native Denton band, and Goat Stampede from Dallas. Cover $5.
Yayoi Kusama: All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkinsis the newest exhibit opening at the DMA. Kusama’s signature Infinity Mirror Room is the only installation of its kind in North America, and focuses a reflective chamber on a series of acrylic yellow gourds covered in black polka dots. Visitors will enter the space and fully immerse themselves in Kusama’s creation. Special exhibition tickets $16.
Farmers Branch Historical Park is hosting their annual Murder and Mayhem Tours. These tours are inspired by the work of Edgar Allan Poe and real events. Spend Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th learning about infamous murderers: a serial killer who stalked Texas in the 1880s, a deadly chef of the Victorian age and more. Tickets $5.
The Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station is celebrating the master of suspense with Hitchcocktober every Thursday this month. On Oct. 5, catch North by Northwest, in which Cary Grant, a Madison Avenue ad executive, gets mistaken for a CIA agent and kidnapped. Tickets $10.
Shakespeare Dallas presents the tragedy “Titus Andronicus”at Addison Circle Park. Set in the latter days of the Roman Empire, a general in the Roman army, Titus, is engaged in a cycle of revenge with Tamora, Queen of the Goths. This bloody tragedy runs from Oct. 5-15. Tickets $11-$16 in advance, student tickets $7 at the door.
Agile Kinetics is partnering with the Dallas Farmers Market and offering Saturday Morning Yoga on Oct. 7. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, just bring a mat and comfortable clothes to kick start your day in Dallas and afterwards, enjoy the Farmers Market. Tickets $10.