Dallas is no longer a 9‑to‑5 city
Austin, Bloomington, Fort Lauderdale, Iowa City, Los Angeles, New York City, Orlando, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Augustine, and Washington D.C. are all giving attention to their 24-hour economies. Let's join them.
Our ObjectivesForm alliances. Plan for people. Assure safety. Enhance vibrancy.
Be a Businesses Resource
Establish 24HourDallas as the go-to source for case studies and best practices that will help late-night businesses in Dallas be respectful, successful, and inclusive.
Launch Industry-Led Solutions
Define and promote what constitutes respectful nighttime-business behavior and socially responsible nightlife.
Be a Partner to Dallas City Hall
Establish 24HourDallas as the organization the city turns to when it seeks to create regulations designed to make Dallas more sociable after hours.
Protect Our Quality of Nightlife
Encourage city, county, and state agencies to vigorously enforce laws that curb irresponsible behavior on the part of late-night businesses and late-night patrons.
Advocate For New Nighttime Policies
Champion local, county, regional, and state policies that will help Dallas offer a nightlife that is safer, more economically vibrant, and more inclusive than it is now.
Mobilize Stakeholders When Needed
Be at the table, not on the menu. Organize our stakeholder strength and offer the insights of those behind the nighttime economy.
CONSIDER THESE INSIGHTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Nightlife venues are incubators of creativity and innovation. They bring new cultural ideas and forms to a city. Furthermore, local music venues serve all existing residents; specifically those facing pressure from gentrification, communities of color, and immigrant communities. This report processes and evaluates data collated from New York City's music industry.
A guide for those interested in developing and expanding the benefits that the evening and night time economy have created around the globe.
This guide provide insights into the night time economy sector in New South Wales. It then guides entrepreneurs through the steps of developing a business idea, obtaining the necessary approvals, and best managing ongoing business operations.
The most comprehensive research of its kind, this report reveals that, between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m., London buzzes with social, cultural and economic activity. The report challenges some of the myths and perceptions around London at night and shows the huge opportunities to make London work better for Londoners around the clock.
This study helps us better understand the needs of late-shift commuters and the ways public transit providers and decision-makers can improve commuting options for this growing segment of the U.S. workforce.
The five subsectors that comprise NYC nightlife—Food Service, Bars, Arts, Venues, and Sports and Recreation—were responsible for a direct economic impact of 196,000 jobs, $6.2 billion in wages (or $7.4 billion in employee compensation), and $19.1 billion in economic output.
There are 761 regionally significant, walkable urban places—referred to as WalkUPs—in the 30 largest metropolitan areas in the United States. These WalkUPs occupy a minute portion of the total land mass of the top 30 U.S. metropolitan areas (less than one percent), but deliver outsized economic performance.
The leisure economy is where, after the stresses of ever longer working days, we meet, eat, socialise, drink, dance, learn, laugh, fall in love, celebrate, and behave as we were born to behave, as social animals. But night time economies are like gardens. They need to be planned and tended. Otherwise they may grow wild or even decay.
New Zealand’s way of regulating nightlife often restricts the opportunities for night owls. This has made nights overly tedious without improving issues of public health and security. Some of New Zealand's troubles with the night-time are inherently due to the regulatory framework: So far, cities have been given neither the right tools nor the right incentives to work out their visions and strategies for a more thriving nightlife.
The UK's night time economy is failing to protect its most valuable asset: the people who go out and enjoy it. This report advocates for a set of bold, yet practical, initiatives to address this failure. Aimed at stakeholders including the night time industry, local authorities, police forces and public health, Night Lives offers new ideas for reducing drug-related harm in the UK’s night time economy.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® is a trends and forecast publication now in its 40th edition, and is one of the most highly regarded and widely read forecast reports in the real estate industry.
ImagineSydney Play (PDF)Deloitte
Deloitte's ImagineSydney series sets out to contribute to the conversation around how we can create smart, flourishing and productive communities through exploring strategies that will drive economic and social development in Sydney. ImagineSydney Play looks at Sydney through the lenses of the arts and culture sector, the night time economy and sports and recreation.
When so much of modern working and leisure life depends on the virtual world of IT, real-world events retain their power to attract business participants and large consumer audiences. They are an essential part of any city’s cultural and economic life.