Celebrate 30 years of the Taste of Dallas festival this weekend at Fair Park. This three-day festival will be packed with a large variety of food, live music, art, a kids Â zone and more entertainment that’s fun for the whole family.
With more thanÂ 45 food booths to visit, tastings are priced from $2 to $5, allowing you the opportunity to try a wide variety of deliciousness.Â Click here to see the full list of restaurants. From Mediterranean to Mexican, Italian to Indian, Cajun to cupcakes….there is a lot to see and EAT!
Additionally,Â don’t miss the Foodie Demo Stage featuring Chef Roshni Gurnani, Chopped Champion on Food Network’s Chopped and Chef Asif Rasheed and Chef Alain Lemaire who will be showcasing their culinary talents live on stage. Stick around for the meet-n-greet and photo opportunities, too!
Here are some more important details to know as you’re planning your visit this weekend:
WHERE: Taste of Dallas is held in Fair Park, located in the heart of Dallas. 277 acres of museums, attractions, history, art and performance. 3600 Grand Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210
WHEN: June 3rd, 4th & 5th, 2016
HOURS: Friday: 5:00pm to 11:00pmÂ Â Â Saturday: 11:00am to 11:00pm Â Â Â Sunday: 11:00am to 8:00pm
ADMISSION: Save by purchasing discounted tickets starting May 9th for $14 dollars.Click here for ticket outlets. General Admission is FREE for kids 11 years of age and under. There is so much to see and do at Taste of Dallas with free samples from dozens of sponsors and exhibitors, chef demos and live chalk art drawing, access to all music and entertainment stages, and of course the FREE indoor Kid’s area with bounce houses, slides, petting zoo, and more
PARKING: Parking is easy in Fair Park for $12 dollars, with trams that run from the parking lot to the front door of the event. Or, visitors can be â€œgreenâ€ and ride DARTâ€™s Green Line to Fair Park which stops right at one of the eventâ€™s main entrances. Download the GO PASS app and ride the DART right to Fairpark Station
(PhotosÂ courtesyÂ of Taste of Dallas)