For the first official weekend of spring in Dallas-Fort Worth, we’re pulling out all the stops: three full days of outdoor festivals featuring everything from family-friendly fun to live music and wine-tasting extravaganzas. However you decide to kick off the new season in DFW, don’t forget to tag your photos with #DFWWeekend for a chance to be featured on our website and social media channels!
Plano | March 23-24
If you’re a country music fan, you won’t want to miss this two-day outdoor festival at Oak Point Amphitheater! Spend your day soaking up the sun and listening to hit artists like Ryan Bingham, Margo Price and Ray Wylie Hubbard. Tickets for Friday are $15, and a weekend pass is $53.
Southlake | March 24
Hop on over to North Park for this free family-friendly event! They’ll have over 20,000 candy and toy-filled eggs for kiddos to find, as well as inflatables, balloon artists, a petting zoo and more. Each age group will hunt for eggs at different times, so be sure to check the Easter egg scramble schedule in advance!
Lewisville | March 24
The Easter Bunny is also hopping to Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park for Lewisville’s free fest on Saturday! Little ones can meet Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny, hunt for Easter eggs, enjoy a petting zoo or take a ride on a choo-choo train. Perfect for getting a head start on Easter fun!
Frisco | March 24-25
Even if I’m not on the hunt for a new art piece, I always love admiring artwork on sale at festivals. This weekend, you’ll find me at this family-friendly event in Frisco Square, perusing over 120 local and regional artists’ work while enjoying entertainment and live music.
Ryan Cabrera, Secondhand Serenade, wine tasting and gorgeous weather. Yes, please! This festival is happening at Fort Worth’s Shipping and Receiving on Saturday, then bringing the fun to Dallas’ newest foodie joint, Ferris Wheelers, on Sunday. Tickets are $65 in advance and $80 at the door. NOTE: This is a 21+ event.