On Sunday, December 12, the Stylz4Mylz Christmas Car Show will be held at Look Dine-in Cinemas at 10110 Technology Boulevard East in Dallas from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm. After the car show, Stylz4Mylz will be presenting a concert at Murphy’s Mansion from 6:00 pm until midnight, featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Murphy’s Mansion is located at 10051 Whitehurst Drive in Dallas.
According to AARP, Jamie Stylz, the organizer of the event, is a photographer and enjoys classic cars, lowriders, mopars, exotic cars, bikes, and trucks. Speaking of the variety of cars she has an interest in, “she likes to photograph them with her favorite charity group, The Dallas Pinup Dolls.”
Eventbrite mentions that there will be a DJ at the car show sharing a mix of Hip Hop, Tejano, Rockabilly, and more. The hostess of this event will be Juanita Vonita from The Dallas Pinup Dolls. At 5:00 pm, they will be handing out various awards.
The first Stylz4Mylz Rockabilly Christmas Party and Car Show was held in 2018. In 2021, Jamie Stylz began adding concerts to her event planning, marking Bone Thugs-n-Harmony the first concert she has organized.
The concerts will give local artists a platform to use and promote their music prior to a larger, well-known artist or band. Jamie’s motto is, “Breaking industry norms in order to transform the game.”
Vehicle registration for this car show is fifty dollars if reserved in advance. The registration will be sixty dollars at the gate if spots are still available at that time.
To attend the show, advance tickets are fifteen dollars per person, or if there is availability, twenty dollars at the gate. Parking for all individuals who attend the show will be ten dollars per vehicle.
Voyage Dallas conducted an interview with Jamie Stylz on May 30, 2018. She was born and raised in the Dallas area. The Stylz4Mylz website shares that in the 1990’s she performed in Texas and Utah with a solo-career as a Christian Hip-Hop artist.
Jamie is a photographer, model, licensed cosmetologist, stylist, and an event planner. According to her website, she brings her “famous rockabilly style car shows, and my latest addition, concerts.”
Beyond capturing images of pinup girls, she also photographs pets, newborns, maternity, fashion, lifestyle, landscape, portraits, commercials, and boudoir. When she creates a vintage feel with classic cars and pinup models, the models are dressed in the same year as the car she’s capturing.
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