FIND FUN AT MAY FESTIVALS ALL WEEKEND LONG
Dallas | May 16 – 20
The AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament returns to Dallas this year (after its 35 year-run in Irving) and is a can’t miss event for its lively party scene and impressive player roster. The tournament celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and offers the complete fan experience. Check out our tips from putting on the course to partying at the pavilion.
Irving | May 19
Get a taste of local life at Irving’s annual free festival at Cimarron Park! Take a bite of $5 samples from local food trucks, watch cooking demonstrations led by the Art Institute of Dallas—International Culinary School, and listen to live music throughout the day. Little ones will also love the children’s fun zone!
Grand Prairie | May 18 – 20
It’s time to play ball! Grand Prairie’s minor league baseball team, the Texas Airhogs will kick off their 2018 season with games against the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks throughout the weekend. On a sunny Texas day, there’s nothing better than watching a game from the AirHogs stadium pool and party deck!
Grapevine | May 18 – 20
Find your “Lone Star State of Mind” at one the largest craft beer festivals in Texas! Head to one of the three pavilions for craft brew tips and sips, or splurge on a ticket to the Craft Brew Experience and sample from a selection of 75+ different beers. Better yet, this festival is family-friendly! While you’re sipping on your next favorite craft beer, the kiddos can enjoy the festival’s live music, carnival rides and various attractions.
Richardson | May 18 – 20
Three days of outdoor concerts, shopping, eats and family-friendly fun. That’s what you’ll find at this annual festival in Gatalyn Park, featuring big-name performances by Spoon, Kool & the Gang, Jimmy Eat World, Switchfoot, Lighthouse and the Goo Goo Dolls. One-day tickets range from $15-30 (depending on the day) and are $5 for kids.
Addison | May 18 – 20
Make your weekend even tastier with a visit to Addison Circle Park! You can sample bites from over 20 local restaurants, rock out to live tunes from local musicians and well-known bands like The Eli Young Band, enjoy carnival rides and sip on your favorite adult beverage in the craft beer hall and wine garden.