Every season of the year, whether it is spring, summer, fall, or winter, Dallas offers its residents fantastic events. In addition to holiday enjoyment, locals and visitors eagerly anticipate the opportunity to attend a variety of festivals and events in Dallas that honor regional identities, art, or just Texas’s wonderful warm weather. (Dallas’ many beautiful parks frequently serve as hosts.) Each event is preceded by growing community anticipation, which creates a beautiful atmosphere. Attend some of Dallas’ top events, and you’ll get those same cozy vibes. After that, continue the celebration at one of Dallas’ top bars; the city’s nightlife has something to offer everyone.
Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
For more than 35 years, Dallas has held one of the biggest memorial services in the country in honor of Dr. King. The parade, which features a colorful assortment of floats and marching bands, happens in the middle of January along MLK Boulevard.
Dallas Art Fair
From painting and sculpture to photography and video, national and international artists will be exhibiting a wide range of artistic mediums in mid-April. Attendees can socialize with other art enthusiasts at the Fashion Industry Gallery in the Dallas Arts District.
The Dallas Arboretum, which hosts the largest floral festival in the Southwest, is a stunning sight to behold during Dallas Blooms. The garden is a wonderful site to come in the spring because it has over 500,000 blossoms, including tulips and pansies.
Dallas International Film Festival
Dallas International Film Festival The festival also has roundtable discussions and galas, making it a fantastic event for everyone who likes independent movies.
Taste of Dallas
This June event at the end features restaurants from all over North Texas showcasing their delectable fare. At this family-friendly event, there is undoubtedly food and enjoyment for everyone. Enjoy street art, live music, entertainment, and a fun area for the whole family.
Dallas Arts Month
Throughout the month of April, Dallas honors regional visual and performing artists by presenting the vibrant arts community. A total of about 100 events, including festivals, plays, concerts, and exhibitions, are held.
North Texas Irish Festival
In March, Fair Park hosts one of the nation’s most prestigious festivals of Irish culture, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. World-class Celtic bands, competitive dance, and whisky tastings are all part of the celebrations.
Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival
This St. Patrick’s Day festival, a Dallas tradition for more than 35 years, draws thousands of people to the streets each year. More than 90 vibrant floats travel down Greenville Avenue as part of the parade.
Deep Ellum Arts Festival
Visit Deep Ellum for this three-day event in early April to see Dallas at its most eclectic, diversified, and laid-back. The festival’s live music stages are tucked away in different locations, while the neighborhood’s main streets are lined with electric art stalls.
State Fair of Texas
The State Fair of Texas is the oldest fair in the country and is held in storied Fair Park. Every fall, the fair delivers 24 days of family entertainment and pleasure to Dallas, including the well-known Fletcher’s corny dog and the Texas Star Ferris wheel.
Dallas is fueled with events that are fun for the whole family. If you are heading down to Dallas at any point of the year, you are sure to be able to find something fun and enjoyable.