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The Best Festivals in Dallas Texas

Festivals are a large public celebration of a certain topic or theme. People gather around to have hours of fun. You can experience music, dancing, and food all at the same time. Come out and enjoy yourself with family and friends. Make memories that you will never forget. Celebrate with others by eating, drinking, and being merry! Learn about other cultures from different foods that you eat. Experience new music from the different bands that come out to play for the festivals!

Dallas St Patrick’s Parade and Festival

Address: 5307 E. Mockingbird Ln. #802, Dallas, TX, United States, Texas Phone: +1 214-600-1533

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DFW Auto Show,All Day,Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

  • Address: 50 S. Griffin St., Dallas, TX, 75202 Phone: +214-939-2700
  • Hours: All Day

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, this festival is the place to shop. You can test drive your next car at this festival, see the latest automotive technology and enjoy interactive exhibits. It’s fun for the entire family. If you’re just in town visiting Dallas or want to learn more about what it has to offer, why not check out one of these festivals? And if you need a place to stay while you’re here, visit our website at! Ready more fun? Be sure to check out Mesquite Rodeo Dallas Texas

Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry

Phone: +1 800-969-4767 If you love food and drink, this is the place for you. The Taste of the Nation brings together Dallas' best chefs and mixologists in one place, all to benefit No Kid Hungry, an organization that helps fight childhood hunger in America. Not only will you be able to taste some amazing food made by Dallas' best chefs, you'll also get a chance to try out some fantastic drinks made by “celebrity” bartenders. The event is a celebration of all things food—from small bites and craft cocktails to local beer and artisanal wines—with at least three-quarters of ticket sales going directly to help children who need it most.

Dallas Blooms

Address: 8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, TX 75218, United States Phone: +1 214-515-6615 You might think that Dallas Blooms All Day is just a regular festival. It's not. They have dozens of musical performances, amazing food, art displays, and all the other things you'd expect at a festival. But they also have something else that I've never seen at any other festival. A parade! Yes, it's true! The Dallas Blooms All Day parade features some of the best performers around. You won't want to miss this fun event! The festival happens in March every year and lasts for about a week. Check out their website for more information on what time shows start and how much tickets cost:   If you are planning a trip to the Dallas area, with a large group of passengers you can count on a Dallas bus rental to transport your group to your desired locations. Enjoy stress free group transportation with a coach bus rental perfect for 45-60 passengers.

Texas Home & Garden Show

Address: 650 S. Griffin St., Dallas, TX, 75202 Phone: 214-939-2700 “In an effort to promote Texas culture and art, the Dallas Home & Garden show will be held at the Convention Center from 9-5pm on June 3rd. The event will be featuring home improvement seminars, cooking demonstrations and more. Children can enjoy the Kids Zone, which includes bounce houses and face painting. There is something for everyone at this family friendly event! With free parking and free entry, this festival is a great way to spend a day with your friends or family!”

Big Texas Beer Fest

Address 3809 Grand Avenue / Dallas, TX 75210 Phone 214-670-8400 Big Texas Beer Fest is a craft beer festival held each year in Dallas, Texas at the Fair Park Automobile Building. The event features over 200 beers from breweries across the world and around the state. Attendees are able to try some of the best craft beers in the country and talk with representatives from their favorite breweries, including those represented by local distributors. The festival was first held in 2012, and was founded by Chad Montgomery who owned a bar called The Common Table at the time. The idea for a craft beer festival came about after Montgomery noticed that an increasing number of people were interested in trying new beers with unique flavors. He then brought together a small team to help bring his vision to life and contacted the State Fair of Texas about using one of their buildings for his event. With only three months notice, they created an event that attracted over 500 people on its first day. Since then, it has continued to grow every year and has become one of Dallas' premier events during springtime when most other beer festivals are on hiatus due to cold weather conditions outside (including Oktoberfest).

Easter in Texas

Address: 1717 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201, United States Phone: +1 214-922-1200 Easter in Texas All Day is sure to be a hit with both kids and adults. This event will have something for everyone — Easter egg hunts, craft booths, food trucks, music and a petting zoo. There's even an Easter parade and bonnet contest! Fifty thousand eggs are hidden throughout the beautiful grounds of Fair Park. Kids can join the Easter egg hunt by age group (ages 1-2; 3-4; 5-6; 7-10), or for special needs children. Thousands of eggs will be rolled down Crockett Street by various Dallas dignitaries in the annual Easter Egg Roll. Some eggs will feature prizes such as toys, stuffed animals and more.

Dallas International Film Festiva

Address: 110 Leslie St #200,Dallas, TX 75207 Phone: +214.720.0555 The Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) aims to discover film-makers and their work, provide audiences with a diverse array of film experiences and help shape the artistic development of the region. The festival screens US independent feature films, animation, shorts and foreign films. The annual festival is held every April at theatres throughout Dallas. More than 100 features and 60 short films are screened in eight locations across Dallas including Klyde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas, Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird Station and Magnolia Theater at West Village Uptown. There’s also an outdoor BBQ party with live music that plays host to more than 7,000 people each year.


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