Fan Fest & Entertainment
Fair Park, Dallas
Home of the State Fair of Texas and the world’s largest collection of art deco exhibit buildings, the 277-acre complex hosts more than 1,200 activities every year including the State Fair of Texas and Red River Showdown. From festivals and concerts to sporting and gardening activities, Fair Park has somethings for everyone. On nearby Exposition and Parry avenues, across from the light rail station, a cluster of bars and restaurants bring nights to life for a little post-park adventure.
Sundance Square, Fort Worth
Fort Worth’s city center buzzes day and night with people, energy and opportunity. It’s one of the most walkable urban areas you’ll find anywhere – the perfect place to soak up the excitement and friendly ambience of Fort Worth. The heart of downtown is Sundance Square, a 35-square-block shopping and entertainment district where charming, beautifully restored buildings stand alongside glittering skyscrapers. Here, you’ll find locals, downtown residents and visitors among a multitude of restaurants, shops, galleries and performance venues.
Arlington Entertainment District, Arlington
The Arlington Entertainment District flaunts more fun in a half mile than most places can claim in their whole city. Take AT&T Stadium, the original Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor, Globe Life Park and Globe Life Field, Lincoln Square, Texas Live!, the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame, and Bowling Campus and you’ve got the epicenter of it all. Texas Live! offers a unique attraction that combines entertainment, restaurants, and accommodations into one exciting destination. Perfect for sports fans, the complex is nestled between Arlington’s three stadiums. While there also visit Arlington Backyard, an outdoor concert venue unlike any other. With spectacular views of AT&T Stadium, the 5,000-person venue will host festivals and cultural events in addition to live music.
Klyde Warren Park, Dallas
Klyde Warren Park serves as a central gathering space for Dallas and its visitors. The 5.2-acre deck park designed by The Office of James Burnett is an urban green space built over the recessed Woodall Rodgers Freeway between Pearl and St. Paul streets in downtown Dallas. Klyde Warren Park is a highly active space, providing daily free programming for the public ranging from yoga to lecture series to outdoor concerts and films.