Dandelion Springs Music and Dance will open in an industrial building in the city of Chicago, and the Austin-based company will open an Austin studio in the future.
Dandelions Springs Music & Dance is based in New York City and is best known for its original dance and live music releases.
The company is a founding member of the Bethel Christian Music Academy, a non-profit that works to bring music and art to the streets of New York, and also is known for partnering with local artists.
It is an open-access digital music service that uses an innovative platform to connect artists with fans and the public.
Dabbles, which launched in 2018, is part of Bethel Media, which has been a part of the music and entertainment industry since 2003.
Bethel will be the first studio to open under the new company’s leadership.
Dabble was founded in 2015 by music industry veteran and music critic David Condon.
The Dabbler music studio in New Brunswick, New Jersey is the first digital music venue to be approved by the State of New Jersey, according to the company’s website.
The studio will be open to all music fans of all ages.
Dabit’s founder, David Coss, said the studio is a “music community hub” that connects fans with the artists they love.
“I think this is a big deal for music, and music is at the core of who we are, who we work with and who we serve,” he said.
“It’s about people coming together to create music together, and that’s what this studio is all about.”
Dabblers also announced that it will expand its music programming to include live performances by artists including Katy Perry, Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
The Austin studio will open by the end of 2019, according the company.
Dabo, which was founded by music director John Cressey and his wife in 2005, is also in the Bethe music and dance space.
The Dallas-based studio will become the home for the company for the next two years, according its website.
“We are delighted to be part of this growing new Bethel family of studios and events,” John Csoss said in a statement.
“Bethel is a vibrant, talented and innovative community, and this expansion is a great fit for us.”
A Dabbler spokesperson told Fortune that the studio has been in the works for several years and was originally scheduled to open next month.
The new studio will feature new tracks by the likes of Katy Perry and Rihanna.
It also will host performances by Lady Gaga, and will open on June 3.
Dabs in Dallas will also host concerts by the Katy Perry-assisted Katy B, and perform with the Black Eyed Peas.
Dabalels sister studio will also be added to the mix, with the new Daballers studio opening next month in Dallas.
Dambles new Dabblers studio in Dallas, Texas will be named after the song by the Black Eagles.
Dballs new Dallas studio in 2017 was named after Dabbels song, “Lift Me Up.”
The Dabler Dallas studio will allow fans to access the music, dance, and arts from anywhere, the company said in its announcement.
Daddies studio in Houston, Texas, was also named after a song by Black Eyeds.
The Houston studio will host live performances from artists including The Black Eyes, Rihana, and Lady.
Dabblers first studio opened in Chicago in 2018.
The first studio was called Dablin’ in Houston.
Dads first studio in Chicago was opened in 2018 and it opened in a former bowling alley on West Randolph Street, which is now known as West Randolph Place.
The building’s exterior was covered in graffiti, and a mural was painted over the doors of the studio.
A new studio was added in Chicago on February 21, 2019, where fans will be able to stream their own music.
The Bethel Dallas studio opened its doors to the public on March 6, 2019.