Here is a brief list of some great things ‘To Do’ around DFW this weekend!
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.
The 2014 State Fair of Texas will include a Texas Sports Hall of Fame exhibit and an effort to fight hunger by turning canned foods into art.
The 2013 State Fair is in the books and it will be remembered for many things — the return of Big Tex and near record crowds.
It’s been a good season for No. 12 Oklahoma running the football – a pair of 300-yard outings against Louisiana-Monroe and West Virginia and a 212-yard performance in a tough win at Notre Dame.
The Metroplex got its first look at the State Fair’s biggest attraction on Thursday, just one day before the gates are opened to the public.
The Texas Skyway is one of only a handful of rides that are permanent fixtures on the fairgrounds at the State Fair of Texas. Seventy others are brought in on trailers and they’ve already started arriving for Friday’s opening.
When you think State Fair of Texas you probably think fried foods. It’s a highlight for many fair fans. This year there are some new treats fighting to be named the best.
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.