Cultural Festivals

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The Country Conversion of Deep Ellum

2019-02-13 / Kelly Dearmore

From the time beloved Canton Avenue spot Naomi's closed in 1997 until the second half of 2018, hearing country music had been rare in Deep Ellum.

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2019-02-11 / Taylor Voth

Dining at 6 of the most romantic restaurants in Dallas.

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How to spend Valentine's Day with the family in Dallas

2019-02-08 / Cidonie RIchards

Share your love of Valentine's Day with the whole family for a fun-filled experience.

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Asian Festival

The annual Asian Festival showcases the more than twenty cultures that make up this diverse region of the world. The festival provides a unique opportunity for various organizations (educational, religious, artistic, business, etc.) to come together and celebrate their culture as one. The event is open to the public and is the perfect opportunity to watch Asian performances and taste the delicious food that Asia has to offer.

Greek Food Festival of Dallas

OPA! The annual Greek Food Festival of Dallas celebrates the “cradle of Western civilization”. Traditional Greek folkdance, music, art, and especially food (gyro and baklava galore!) make this highly popular event in Dallas, soon celebrating its 60th anniversary.

Dallas St. Patrick's Parade & Festival

The Dallas St. Patrick's Parade & Festival is the signature event for St. Patrick's Day celebrations. The largest of its kind in the Southwest, the festival boasts more than 90 parade floats, various family activities, and Brew Fest, a beer-sampling event worth visiting.

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