Sammons Discovery

Sammons Discovery launched in 2016 to showcase the unique music artists and music of North Texas. From mandolin orchestras and jazz harp ensembles to percussionists and guitarists whose repertoires span multiple genres, the series has proven to be a special performance experience for the artists and audiences alike.

Presented in the historic setting of Meadows Hall on select Fridays, each concert begins at 8:00 pm and consists of two sets with a brief intermission between sets. Refreshments are served from 7:30 pm through intermission. Doors to Meadows Hall, located on the first floor of the historic Sammons Center, open at 7:30 pm

Performing at Sammons Discovery: We hire local acts from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. To be considered as a performer, please forward your bio, photo (or electronic press kit), music sample, and contact information to

2022 Schedule

Schedule subject to change.

The Selkie Girls
Friday, March 25, 2022 | 8pm @ Meadows Hall

Named after the mythological Celtic creatures who live in the sea as seals, but walk on land as humans, The Selkie Girls are a mainstay in the North Texas folk music scene. Unique instrumentation, lush harmonies, and lively arrangements distinguish this group featuring Alli Johnson on vocals and guitar, Jaycie Skidmore on vocals, flutes, and penny whistles, Dave Ervin on vocals, guitar, and mandolin, Joel Black on upright and fretless acoustic bass, Martin McCall on percussion, and Linda Mudd on harp.

Sammons Discovery concerts begin at 8  p.m. in Meadows Hall; doors open at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $40 per person and includes valet parking, beverages, and light refreshments. Seating is open.

Call (214) 520-7788 for tickets.

Ticket Giveaway

Enter our giveaway for a chance to win 4 tickets to this concert by submitting the linked Google form. The last day to enter is March 17, St. Patrick’s Day. Good Luck!

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