If you plan on being one of the tens of thousands of people expected to attend the State Fair this year, Dallas police want you to know that your safety is their number one priority.
A new spectacle has been added to this year’s State Fair of Texas and it’s so big a helicopter was needed to bring in part of it. For the first time ever, a Chinese Lantern Festival will be on display at Fair Park.
The City of Dallas is offering residents a free ticket to the State Fair of Texas, as long as you you don’t mind a little grease.
Imagine that you’re in the midst of battling the West Nile virus. Now, imagine that you have some 3 million people converging on one area of the city. That’s the challenge facing the State Fair of Texas.
When North Texans think of Fair Park in Dallas, the State Fair is likely to come to mind.
Besides the giant Ferris wheel, rival football games and wealth of exhibits, each year unique culinary creations are a feature at the State Fair of Texas. Monday the winner of the 7th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards was named.
From a Greek food fest to a celebration of grapes, there are a number food festivals and fairs for foodies to look out for these next few months.
It’s almost time for the State Fair of Texas and Tuesday Big Tex got some new clothes. The pants for Big Tex weigh 80 pounds alone, and if you combine that with his new shirt he’ll wear about 200 pounds of clothes.
Fair Park is a blur of last-minute preparations as the State Fair of Texas is ready to open its gates this morning at 10 a.m.
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