DALLAS—Dallas HD Films is proud to announce a partnership with the Dallas Observer to film and document the St. Patrick’s Day Concert featuring Snoop Dogg. This marks Dallas HD Films fourth video with the Dallas Observer, having previously filmed Dallas BrewFest, Dallas Observer Music Awards Showcase 2012 and Artopia. Dallas HD Films will be on-site to capture concertgoers and to get up close and personal with Snoop Dogg.
Shezad Manjee, Co-Founder of Dallas HD Films, is thrilled to be a part of the St. Patrick’s Day Concert. “We’re excited to join the Dallas Observer, a legendary lifestyle media publication, for one of the biggest events in Dallas,” Manjee said. “With video, we’ll be able to reach people beyond the concert and beyond St. Patrick’s Day as a whole, and the best part is that the Observer gets it!”
The concert takes place Saturday, March 16 and is part of the annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities including the Greenville Avenue Parade. The concert will begin after the parade in Energy Square at the corner of Greenville Ave & University Blvd.
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About Dallas HD Films
Dallas HD Films stems three generations, from a family entrepreneur who had a distinct vision and was a pioneer in the industry, to a talented, diverse team. Today, Dallas HD Films carries that legacy forward with a team of talented producers, filmmakers, scriptwriters and other creative artists. Team members tirelessly work to produce films that not only tell each client’s story but also match their marketing objectives and optimize company missions. From U.S. Presidential receptions to marketing films for Fortune 100 companies, Dallas HD Films continues to innovate in product offerings and is poised to continue delivering the highest quality of work.
About the Dallas Observer
If you want to know what's happening in Dallas, keep your eye on the Observer. Over the past eighteen years, the Dallas Observer has grown from a small weekly to a major force in this city, where the paper is known for its hard-edged investigative stories about government, politics and business, as well as its pointed, provocative coverage of sports, music and the arts. In recent years, the Observer has collected numerous journalism awards, including the Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Award for general excellence, which lauded the paper for the compelling package it puts out each week.