Tomorrow at Club Dada in Dallas, TX you will have the opportunity to snag one of these suuuuuper limited “Hometown G” shirts from The Good Child.
“Hometown G” is for Hometown Glory – the event being held tomorrow (you can RSVP here) – and also translates to Hometown Good Child, or, simply Hometown G as in an a true local. I added the Dallas sky line to The Good Child afro logo, because I’ve always loved flat tops and I definitely have love for the creative scene in my city. It was an easy design decision. I hope you guys dig it, too.
If you do, be smart. Doors open at 9pm and I’ll be selling shirts from the get-go. They are limited to TWENTY-THREE. That’s it. I’ll have sizes XS-XXL. They’re raglan sleeved American Apparel tees and they’re soft as hell. The product, like most of The Good Child line, is 100% made in the USA – even screen printed in our back yard in Garland, TX by Alexa Machine.
See you tomorrow! It’s going to be crazy!
Dallas continues to thrive through its creative scene. Just last weekend was the Year 3 Party for design & production company Sisterbrother Mgmt. and the local apparel brand Loyal KNG held a 3-day pop-up shop with live music, b-boy contests, and more. There was a lot happening on the streets of the Bishop Arts District, too, and downtown The Gallery at the Fairmont was popping with an opening show for artists Daniel Perez, Daniel Driensky, and Ray Albarez.
The Dallas creative industry has continued to receive praise for the collectiveness of the artists in the city; other cities wonder how we stay strong as a whole, supporting and creating together while positively challenging one another’s style at the same time.
This weekend, experience some of the good vibes for yourself at Hometown Glory. Presented by local boutique Centre and DFW online publication CentralTrack.com, Hometown Glory will welcome musicians DJ Sober, Neo-Safari, -Topic, and Zhora to the stage at Club Dada this Saturday (12/8). Also in attendance will be The Good Child, Loyal KNG, and Mid-Point x Mentally Ill with pop-up shops and Joonbug of Fresh Kaufee will be doing live art alongside Edward Ruiz and Riley Holloway.
Admission is cheap and you can purchase advance tickets here & RSVP here.
Come out and party with some of Dallas’ finest. Network. Dance your ass off. And leave with the sense that, hell yeah, you’re a part of this local phenomenon, too. (We couldn’t do this without you)!