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Fat Daddy’s Mansfield is the hot spot for local music, cover groups + karaoke

We’ve got the full list of upcoming live music at Fat Daddy’s — including a Taylor Swift tribute.

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Back in Black performs at Fat Daddy's

Back in Black, an AD/DC tribute group, playing Fat Daddy’s.

Photo by Niki Tyler

Calling all live music lovers: Fat Daddy’s Mansfield hosts live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night featuring acts across genres and time periods — 70s, 80s, rock, alternative, country, dance, and more.

Here are five acts we’re adding to our calendar:

  • That 70’s Band | Friday, Jan. 19 | A local group that takes it back to the grooviest decade.
  • Live Band Karaoke with Shannon Cobb | Wednesday, Jan. 24 | Hit the stage for karaoke with live backing from local musician Shannon Cobb.
  • The Dolan Band | Thursday, Feb. 1 | Enjoy a variety of classics and fan favorites with this local cover group.
  • Reputation - Taylor Swift Tribute | Thursday, Feb. 8 | Couldn’t make it to the Eras tour? This tribute night is perfect for finding your fellow Swifties.
  • Rise Against the Machine | Saturday, Feb. 24 | Rage all night with this Dallas Rage Against the Machine cover band.

See more upcoming events.

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