Dallas Ft. Worth Weekend Guide

    What: AT&T Byron Nelson
    When: Fri. May. 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 7:00AM
    Where: Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas
    4150 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75038
    Why: The AT&T Byron Nelson is one of North Texas’ biggest sports attractions and most anticipated social events of the spring. Hosted by Salesmanship Club of Dallas, the tournament has been a premier PGA TOUR event for more than 45 years. Enjoy the ultimate viewing experience on two signature holes: 17 (open-air tent with seating) and 18 (climate controlled interior with covered patio). Both lounges offer cocktails, soft drink and concessions for purchase. Must purchase ticket to enter. 21+ only. Complimentary general parking and shuttle – Highway 114 and Loop 12 (near site of old Texas Stadium) Pavilion After Dark: Located off Champions Way, the Pavilion is open late Thursday through Sunday for mingling, live music and drinks.

    What: 33rd Annual Main Street Festival: A Craft Brew Experience
    When: Fri. May. 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 10:00AM
    Where: Historic Downtown Grapevine Texas
    431 S. Main St., Grapevine, TX 76051
    Why: Taste new and returning Texas and regional craft beer favorites at the 33rd annual Main Street Fest in historic downtown Grapevine. In addition to a number of craft brew events, there will be beer dinners, keg tappings, live demos with brew masters, music, artisans, a midway and carnival area. The Craft Brew Experience will feature 8 three-ounce pours.

    What: Soluna Festival
    When: Fri. May. 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 10:00AM
    Where: Dallas City Performance Hall
    2520 Flora St. St., Dallas, TX 75201
    Why: SOLUNA is a festival for Dallas, bringing together international artists with Dallas’s finest arts organizations. Anchored by performances with Jaap van Zweden and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, SOLUNA celebrates Dallas’s rich cultural legacy and diversity of expression..

    What: Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival
    When: Fri. May. 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 6:00PM (Fri) and 11:00AM (Sat & Sun)
    Where: Galatyn Park
         2301 Performance Dr., Richardson, TX 75080
    Why: 25th annual celebration of art, music and wildflowers features music headliners The B-52s, All-American Rejects, Shooter Jennings, Ruthie Foster and Bowling for Soup. It also features children’s activities in the WF! Kids area, artists and vendors in the Wild! Marketplace. Plus, youngsters love to play in the fountain on the fest grounds. Almost Queen, a tribute band, will play each day. There will be 6 performance stages, along with favorite attractions that include the Singer/Songwriter contest, Battle of the Bands and Performers Row.

    What: Wild West Watauga Fest
    When: Fri. May, 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 6:00PM (Fri) and 11:00AM (Sat & Sun)
    Where: Capp Smith Park
    5800 Robin Dr., Watauga, TX 76148
    Why: Watauga’s annual street festival features live music, carnival rides, vendors, beer and food trucks, & performances by local arts groups. Free admission & parking. Carnival wristbands give all-day access to rides.

    What: Taste Addison
    When: Fri. May, 19th – Sun. May 21st @ 6:00PM (Fri) and 12:00PM (Sat & Sun)
    Where: Addison Circle Park
    4970 Addison Circle Dr., Addison, TX 75001
    Why: Three-day food festival is a celebration of food, music and fun – featuring pay-per-bite samples from Addison restaurants (most in the $3 to $5 range), live music, chef demonstrations, fun rides and midways games, and a children’s activity area with inflatables, face painting, activities and games for the whole family.

    What: Paula Poundstone
    When: Fri. May, 19th @ 8:00PM
    Where: Majestic Theatre
    1925 Elm St., Dallas, TX 75201
    Why: Heralded as one of our country’s foremost comics, Paula Poundstone’s quick-thinking, unscripted approach to comedy makes for a perfect fit as a regular panelist on NPR’s #1 show, the screwball weekly news quiz show Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, where she holds the record for game losses. In 2016 Paula voiced the character “Forgetter Paula” in Disney/Pixar’s Academy Award-winning animated feature film, Inside Out.

    What: Movies at the Dallas Farmers Market
    When: Fri. May, 19th – Fri. Oct. 20th @ 8:30PM
    Where: Dallas Farmers Market
    1010 S. Pearl Expressway, Dallas, TX 75201
    Why: Bring a chair, blanket, or lounger and sit back to enjoy a movie under the stars with the downtown skyline as a backdrop. Come early to enjoy food and drink and some cool evening music. Hosted by Dallas Film Society. 5/19: Live Action Cinderella, 6/16: Hidden Figures, 9/22: 100 Foot Journey, 10/20: Chocolat

    Dallas Pet Expo
    When: Sat. May, 20th & Sun. May, 21st @ 10:00AM
    Where: Dallas Market Hall
    2100 Stemmons Fwy., Dallas, TX 75207
    Why: Check out pet-friendly exhibitors and rescue groups, see live demonstrations in obedience training, pet care and activism, great giveaways and prizes, amazing discounts on your favorite pet products, talent and costume contests, fabulous retailers. It’s fun for the whole family. Plus shopping, adoptions, free nail trims, discounted vaccinations, agility and more. Free parking and admission. Bring your pet.

    What: Taste of Irving
    When: Sat. May, 20th & Sun. May, 21st @ 12:00PM – 6:00PM
    Where: Cimarron Park
    201 Red River Trail, Irving, TX 75063
    Why: The event will feature more than 20 restaurants. Several food vendors will fire up their grills for some good old-fashioned comfort food. Admission to the event is free. Each restaurant will sell items from its menu for $5 or less. In between bites, take a walk through the Craft Marketplace. There you’ll find a number of artists selling apparel, artwork, custom jewelry and home décor. For guests wanting to tap into their culinary side, The Art Institute of Dallas will have live cooking demonstrations. Taste of Irving even has an area just for the kids. The Children’s Fun Zone will be packed with face painters, balloon twisters, a climbing wall and a giant slide.

    What: Ten50 BBQ presents Concert Series
    When: Sat. May, 20th @ 6:00PM
    Where: Ten50 BBQ
    1050 N. Central Expwy, Richardson, TX 75080
    Why: Guests of Ten50 BBQ can gather with friends and family to enjoy some freshly smoked barbecue and live music on the patio. Musical acts range anywhere from country and folk all the way to alternative and pop. May 20: Acoustic Kleptos – Five-member variety band performing multi-decade favorites

    What: Barre and Bites Summer Kickoff
    When: Sat. May, 20th @ 6:30PM
    Where: Outdoor Voices
    4539 Travis St., Dallas, TX 75205
    Why: Barre and Bites will present their Summer Kickoff. The event will benefit Genesis Women’s Shelter. In addition to the swag and tasty food, Barre and Bites will pamper guests with massages, manis, a braid bar.

    What: Light Farms Spring Farmers Market & Sunday Funday
    When: Sun. May, 21st @ 1:00PM
    Where: Light Farms
    1234 Homestead Ct., Celina, TX 75009
    Why: Light Farms will present its Sunday Funday Farmers and Flea Market. The event will feature local farmers and vendors from across North Texas and food trucks.

    What: Train in concert with O.A.R and Natasha Bedingfield
    When: Sun. May, 21st @ 7:00PM
    Where: Starplex Pavilion
    1818 1st Ave., Dallas, TX 75210
    Why: Train will come to Dallas in support of their 10th studio album, A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat​ as part of their Play That Song Tour.

    What: Julianne & Derek Hough: Move-Beyond Live on Tour
    When: Sun. May, 21st @ 7:00PM
    Where: Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
    1001 Performance Pl., Grand Prairie, TX 75050
    Why: Following the sold-out successes of both its 2014 inaugural run and a fan-demanded sophomore run in 2015, Move Live on Tour, featuring powerhouse duo Julianne and Derek Hough, is back and better than ever in 2017 with an all-new experience – Move – Beyond – Live on Tour. The Hough siblings are promising fans their biggest and best show yet, with brand-new stage production inspired by the elements – earth, wind, fire, and water – which the duo have infused into fresh, high impact choreography that only they can deliver.  The show will bring fans on a journey of dance and music, taking inspiration directly from the four elements as an exploration of the human relationship with nature. The pair will be joined by the Move Company Dancers for group performances in styles ranging from ballroom and tap to salsa and hip-hop and everything in between.


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