Thursday Dallas’ park board opted to forgo discussing the aging Gexa Energy Pavilion at Fair Park—but, the problems aren’t going away. The 20,000 seat amphitheater, which first opened in 1988, is showing its age.
Hundreds of low-income families in Dallas woke up early on Friday morning for the Mayor’s Back to School Fair, where they get school supplies and health screenings weeks before classes begins.
Join spirited mixologists and star chefs for this festive cirque-style evening kicking-off summer’s hottest dining event, the 17th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market!
It’s always a popular feature of the State Fair, the constant stream of live music on the Chevy Main Stage in the afternoon and evenings.
Dallas officials announced that due to $25 million worth of renovations to the Cotton Bowl the football game between Texas and OU will stay at Fair Park through 2025.
School is now out for the summer. Looking for something to keep the kids entertained? Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings talks about the activities planned this season at Fair Park.
The Heart of Dallas Bowl will be played Dec. 26, marking the first time the game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas is held before New Year’s Day.
The 2014 NAMIWalk will take place on Saturday, May 10, 2014 and begins 9:00 a.m. at Fair Park in Dallas.
Dallas Police responded to a call early Wednesday morning about a stabbing on Hamilton Avenue, a few blocks south of Fair Park. When they arrived, they found a woman dead.
Blessed with beautiful, sunny weather for much of the year, DFW has a reputation to live up to in providing parks filled with entertainment for the eyes and the sense of adventure.
The North Texas Irish Festival is bracing roller coaster temperatures this Saturday and Sunday at Fair Park in Dallas.
The North Texas Irish Festival kicks off on Friday at Fair Park in Dallas. It’s a celebration of all things Irish including traditional dancing and some amazing food.