The North Texas Irish Festival is back with another year of amazing music, dance, and cultural talent to celebrate the rich tradition of Irish and Celtic culture.
This year’s event is March 8-10, 2019, in Dallas’s own Fair Park. Tens of thousands of people will come from across Texas and other parts of the country to visit one of the largest Irish festivals in the U.S., a family-friendly event that features live music, dancing, storytelling, chef demonstrations and more on 13 stages throughout Fair Park.
Attendees will also enjoy horse shows, sheepherding demonstrations, beer and whiskey tasting, genealogy research opportunities, shopping, animal rescue groups, child-friendly entertainment, and free arts and crafts for the kids.
Ian Davenport: Horizons
September 30, 2018 to March 17, 2019 at Dallas Contemporary
From Remington to O’Keeffe: The Carter’s Greatest Hits
October 6, 2018 to May 26, 2019 at Amon Carter Museum of American Art
The Uptown Foodie Walk begins with an insider’s view into Dallas’ trendy West Village, a walk-able urban living, dining and shopping district in the heart of affluent Uptown, Dallas and then takes you off-the-beaten path with neighborhood cultural attractions best explored by foot. Come hungry, as Uptown Dallas food does not disappoint, and eat your way through the West Village and surrounding areas in enchanting 125 year old Uptown Dallas. Considered the most pedestrian friendly neighborhood in Dallas, Uptown is just one mile north of downtown Dallas, minutes from most hotels and convention center.
Plan a Dallas Staycation! Click here to see what to do! Dallas has the whole family covered with fun activities for parents, kids and anyone else that wants to tag along. From outdoor adventures to bigger-than-life experiences, just make sure you bring your comfy shoes for your family weekend in Dallas. And with several of these stops on included in Dallas CityPASS, getting in the door and saving on admission is just a breeze.
The VIP Guided Tours will give Cowboys fans a chance to experience the place where the Dallas Cowboys train and work 355 days of the year. With small group sizes and additional tour stops, the VIP Guided Tours are the ultimate tour experience. Enjoy the Grand Atrium, Ford Center, War Room, Nike Star Walk, and Super Bowl memorabilia.
Paws in the City is committed to ending the overpopulation, abuse, neglect of Dallas area dogs and cats. Their goal is that every adoptable dog and cat finds a loving home. They are an all-volunteer, no-kill, 501 [c] organization. For upcoming events, please click here.
Do you love chocolate like I do? Reserve your seat now on a Dallas by Chocolate or Dallas Bites! Taste Tour! Discover Dallas’ premier local chocolatiers, bbq masters and other unique local eateries with Dallas by Chocolate and Dallas Bites! tours. Board our bus to visit 4-5 delicious venues in 3.5 hours. They also offer walking taste/historical tours of The Bishop Arts District, Deep Ellum, Grapevine and other areas.
Join the Dallas Center for Architecture for a “standing” tour of the Dallas skyline. Klyde Warren Park offers the perfect vantage point to see the buildings that have made up Dallas’ architectural heritage for the last 100 years. In 20 minutes, you’ll learn all about the buildings that define our skyline in Uptown and Downtown Dallas.
When the Texas sun sets, the Glass Cactus Nightclub comes alive. Enjoy nightly live entertainment and dancing, as well as creative cocktails and club cuisine. Gather around the state-of-the-art sound stage to see top-name national acts, along with the best local and regional talent. And for a romantic pause, wander outdoors to our deck overlooking Lake Grapevine.