Fun Things to Do this Weekend in DFW
Whoohoo! It’s the weekend here in DFW, and if you aren’t sure how to spend your free time, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Take a trip to The Cotton Bowl Stadium in Fair Park at the Texas State Fair to see the latest iteration in the famous Texas-Oklahoma college football rivalry. With both teams ranked in the Top 25, this game is sure to be intense and exciting. The Longhorns-Sooners rivalry is one of the oldest traditions in college athletics, and you won’t want to miss the latest chapter in its story!
If football’s not your thing, there’s also the most extensive international festival in DFW taking place this weekend at Haggard Park in Plano. Multicultural displays, entertainment, family fun, and food help showcase DFW’s diversity, and you won’t find more of it at any other event in the area!
For anyone who loves art, South Street Art Festival in Downtown Arlington is the place to be. This artsy event showcases work from over 100 artists in 14 different categories, and most of the art is for sale! If you’re looking jewelry, ceramics, drawings, or any other type of art imaginable, this is where you’ll want to be. The festival will be accompanied by live music, food, and many more attractions for everyone to enjoy.
Friday – Sunday Arlington
Whether you’re a fan of Texas-Mexico fusion music or not, the Tejano Fall Festival at Traders Village in Grand Prairie is a one-of-a-kind experience for family-friendly fun. You can listen to the music from acts such as Ram Herrera or La Tropa F, and you can walk around Traders Village to experience various rides, shops, and food that you won’t find anywhere else!
Saturday – Sunday Grand Prairie