The Prophet Bar

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2548 Elm Street, Dallas, TX, 75226, US +1(214) 742-3667

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The Prophet Bar opened in 1985, spearheading the legendary Deep Ellum art and music scene. Russell Hobbs’ vision was and still is to make and promote art, music and theatre in its purest form whether it is profitable or not. As the hub of a buzzing scene, The Prophet Bar enabled the Theatre Gallery financially. Today The Prophet Bar continues to lead the scene in innovation bringing the newest touring bands to town and giving local artists a place to create.

The Prophet Bar has been around a long time, but every week we showcase great touring bands and local original live bands weekly – Full Service Bar and Grill– All Ages, All the Time, Snarky Puppy, La Dispute, He Is Legend, Emily King, Meat Puppets, Black Crows, Lumineers, and many more.

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  • Holly
    Holly reviewed: Gungor @ The Prophet Bar

    THIS REVIEW HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH GUNGOR. I LOVE GUNGOR! THIS REVIEW IS ABOUT THE VENUE!! I will NEVER go back to The Door (otherwise known as Prophet Bar). We bought tickets through Ticketfly for a show that was supposed to start at 8pm. When we arrived, we had to stand outside in 30 degree weather for an hour and a half, and the show did not end up starting until 10:30. We paid $70 for a babysitter that night, plus gas and parking money and couldn’t even stay for the concert because it started so late. We tried to get a refund before the show started, and were told that because we bought tickets through Ticketfly, we would have to go through them for the refund. When we contacted them, they told us that what The Door told us was untrue and that they could have given us a refund. Ticketfly tried to reach out to The Door to get us a refund, and The Door refused the refund. I will NEVER go back. They did not respond to any phone messages. They must have really needed that $44.29 to compromise their ethics in that way.

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