Kickoff Summer with These Top Events in Dallas

Dallas is THE place to be during the summer season. No matter what your age or interests, there’s always something fun going on in the Dallas Fort-Worth Area. Read on to find out the best local events going on this summer that you simply won’t want to miss.

Every Other Thursday, June 1st through July 27th: Vitruvian Nights Live

Take advantage of the free summer concert series at the beautiful Amphitheater at Vitruvian Park on starting on Thursday, June 1, 2017. These events feature live music, gourmet food trucks, drinks, as and boutiques. Sing and dance with your family and friends this summer at Vitruvian Park. These outdoor events are free and open to the public and include free on-site parking.

Concerts begin at 7:00 pm and go until 9:30 pm Every other Thursday through Jul 27th. For more information, please visit Vitruvian Park’s website.

Vitruvian Park

3966 Vitruvian Way

Addison, TX 75001

Sunday, June 18: LEGOLAND Discovery Center

This Father’s Day, take advantage of LEGOLAND Discovery Center’s deal where all Dads will be treated to free admission along with the purchase of a full-price child’s ticket on June 18. Have a blast with the kids and enjoy the ultimate LEGO playground where the entire family can have fun! This season experience some of the newest attractions of the center including the new LEGO Ninjago City superwriter.ruure and LEGO Friends Heartlake City. Master Model Builder Race takes place from 12pm to 4pm: build and race your own LEGO racecar! Redeem offer at door.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center

3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway

Grapevine, TX 76051

Saturday, June 24: The P.O.N.D. Nature Expo

Do you love nature? Then you won’t want to miss the Nature Expo this year. With a commencement by local naturalist Randy Johnson and a concluding speech by Dr. Tania Homayoun, a conservation biologist with Audubon Texas. Here you’ll learn: What is your mission? Why does it matter? How can we get involved? This event features a live exhibit of animals, fossils and more. Come celebrate nature at the P.O.N.D. Nature Expo.

Dallas Public Library-J. Erik Jonsson Central Library

1515 Young Street

Dallas, TX 75201

Saturday, June 24 & 25th: African Music Fest

Enjoy African music in the gorgeous Dallas Arboretum the weekend of June 24th and 25th.

The weekend includes an African drum and dance ensemble:  June 24, 10 am and followed by a performance by Kupira Marimba: June 24, 12pm.

On Sunday, June 25th, enjoy a performance by Bandan Koro at both 11am & 1pm

All performances will be held on the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn.

Dallas Arboretum

8525 Garland Road

Dallas, TX 75218

Friday, July 14: CONCACAF Gold Cup

The always popular Gold Cup tournament returns to Toyota Stadium for an exciting doubleheader match-up on July 14. The Gold Cup is the region’s most popular tournament. Canada will play Honduras and Costa Rica will take on French Guiana.

Featuring the very best players from 12 nations, this incredible competition draws huge crowds and millions of television viewers around the world. You won’t want to miss it! For more information, please visit: goldcup.org

Toyota Stadium & Soccer Center

9200 World Cup Way

Frisco, TX 75034

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How to Celebrate the End of Winter in Houston, TX

Winter is almost over in Houston, and it’s time to start thinking about all of the fun spring activities that are just around the corner. From soaking up the sun in some of Houston’s most beautiful natural spots to hitting the range for a few rounds of golf, there are so many ways to celebrate the end of winter in the local area.

How to Celebrate the End of Winter in Houston, TX

If you’re ready to celebrate the end of winter and welcome in the spring, check out just a few of these fun local activities in Houston, TX:

Though it may be easy to get caught up in all of the fun activities that spring brings, don’t forget your spring cleaning! If you need to have your HVAC system cleaned or want to schedule a maintenance visit, our team would be happy to help you get your system ready for Spring and Summer. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Why Fall is Just Better in Texas

As fall approaches, it’s time to start enjoying some of the best that Texas has to offer. Though we may be a little biased, we think that fall is just better in Texas. Whether you’re new to the area or you’ve been settled here for years, here is a list of fun fall activities that you can enjoy with your family in the Houston and Dallas areas.

Things to Do in Fall in Texas

Enjoy all the State Fair of Texas has to offer.

The State Fair of Texas in Dallas is one of the biggest events in North Texas, offering a fun for the whole family. Each day is filled with live music, daily shows, interactive activities, carnival rides, games, and other forms of entertainment. The fair also offers tasty fried foods, creative arts, livestock exhibitors, and Big Tex Urban Farms.

Fall is time for football.

Are you ready for some football? Fall is football season, and in Texas, we are serious about the game. You can catch the Dallas Cowboys play the Chicago Bears on Sunday, September 25 just after the first official day of fall. Also, you don’t want to miss the big college rivalry game when the Texas Longhorns take on the Oklahoma Sooners at the Cotton Bowl stadium on October 8.

Get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air.

While the heat may have kept you cooped up inside for most of the summer, once fall is here, you can finally enjoy some cooler outdoor temperatures and crisp Texas weather. Fall is the perfect time to take the family for a picnic, spend some quality time at one of the area’s parks, or hit one of Dallas’ top hiking spots to see the beauty of Texas in fall time.

See the spooky side of Houston.

Fall also means that it’s time for some Halloween fun, and there are plenty of outdoor Halloween activities that you can enjoy in Houston and beyond. Take a ghost tour or visit a local haunted house for some silly and spooky fun. Check the Houston calendar of events for more fun, family-friendly local events for Halloween coming up in fall.

Tis the season for pumpkins (and apple picking).

Fall is better in Texas because there is no shortage of fun, family-friendly fall activities to do at the pumpkin patch like seeing different animals at the petting zoo, going for a hay ride, or finding your way around a corn maze. Fall is also the best time for apple picking. Mid-September through Mid-October is the best time of the year for picking apples with the family at a nearby orchard.

Hit the road to see some of your favorite bands.

If you are willing to make the drive down to Austin, Austin City Limits is a great fall activity for music lovers in Texas. The 2016 music festival takes place September 30 – October 2 and October 7 – 9 with a range of music acts including Radiohead, Mumford and Sons, Kendrick Lamar, and Willie Nelson.

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What’s Going On In Dallas Fort Worth For The 4th Of July?

At superwriter.ru we want you to have the best 4th of July ever and we’ve compiled a short list of some of the best events in town to help you achieve that. There’s something for the whole family in these shows and they’ll really get you in the patriotic mood with their activities and fireworks.

Events on Saturday, July 2nd

Concerts in the Garden: Old-Fashioned Family Fireworks Picnic

Bring your family on a picnic for some of the best fireworks around and a live orchestra at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. This event takes place on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday so if you miss one day don’t worry, you’ll have a chance to do it again. Get a front row seat for marches and military salutes with several thousand other people out celebrating Independence Day.

Admission is $22

3220 Botanic Garden Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107

Concerts in the Garden: Old-Fashioned Family Fireworks Picnic

Events on Sunday, July 3rd

Kaboom Town

One of the hottest events in town this year, experience the thrill of the Cavanugh Flight Museum’s flyovers of historic warplanes, fireworks choreographed to music and more. Taking place in Addison Circle Park, it is surrounded by over 180 restaurants and 22 hotels, each of which have their own parties going on so you won’t be at a loss for things to do. The fireworks show itself is among the nation’s best at thirty minutes long and perfectly choreographed.

Admission is free.

4970 Addison Circle Dr. Addison, TX 75001

Kaboom Town

Lone Star Park Presents Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Celebration

The Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Celebration  takes place over two nights, on the 3rd and the 4th so you can hit this event too if there’s another one you want to catch. Bring the kids along too for the pony rides, zip line, obstacle course, petting zoo, tattoo artists and a lot more! Live music is by Vegas Stars and they’ll play in between the races. At the end of the night is a brilliant 20 minute choreographed firework display.

3220 Botanic Garden Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107

Tickets are $5

Lone Stars & Stripes Fireworks Celebration

Events on Monday, July 4th

Fair Park Fourth

A full day of family fun beginning at noon and going through to 9:30 when the fireworks start. The event features a midway and live music by the Dallas Winds. This is Dallas’ official Independence Day celebration so you know it’s going to be good!

Admission is free.

1121 1st Ave. Dallas, TX 75210

Fair Park Fourth

Firewheel Town Center Star Spangled Spectacular

The City of Garland, Texas coordinating with Firewheel Town Center is putting on a full afternoon of family-oriented activities during their Star Spangled Spectacular. Fun stuff for the kids like bounce houses, games, and face-painting. Food Truck Alley is sure to be a hit and serve up some of the best food in the state. The day culminates with an explosive fireworks display.

Admission is free.

245 Cedar Sage Dr. Garland, TX 75040

Firewheel Town Center Star Spangled Spectacular

Fort Worth’s Fourth

This free event at Panther Island Pavilion is perfect for families. There’s fun stuff for kids everywhere with all the usual staples like bounce houses, water slides and zip lines. Life music will be played throughout the event and just so happens to be the largest fireworks show in North Texas. Bring the little ones, and yourself, to watch the Aquafly flyboard demonstrations with their water jet-packs.

Admission is free.

395 Purcey St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

Fort Worth’s Fourth

July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza at Lake Grapevine

Good fortune that the lake levels are back to normal now because we can enjoy the fireworks show at Lake Grapevine and the lakeside parks. The fireworks show is 26 minutes long, set to patriotic music, and sure to amaze and awe everyone in attendance.

Admission is free.

Lake Grapevine

July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza at Lake Grapevine

superwriter.ru wishes you a safe and happy 4th of July weekend. With our list you’ll definitely be able to find something fun to do this 4th of July!