Big events are happening in the Design District this weekend this weekend! The Dallas Design District is quickly becoming one of the hottest spots in Dallas and one of the most notable design districts in America. Our plethora of fun, whimsical, community-centered events surely will help inform those who don’t already know how fabulous our design district is. Here are some fun ways to support the Design District this weekend:
- The first ever Dallas Design District Farmer’s Market! Head over to the Decorative Center (1617 Hi Line Drive) from 9am – 12pm for a morning of vendors, food trucks, showroom sales, fitness and fun. Come get involved in the Design District community and check out this inaugural event!
- The latest Kevin Page 3D Gallery will be hosting a preview event for their sure-to-be DDD hotspot called “Technologically Empowered Art Part One: 3D Oil Prints.” Come check this one out on Saturday night from 6 pm-8 pm. Unique art is a DDD specialty!
This Saturday from 11-12pm, Zhulong Gallery’s director, Aja Martin, and Hanh Ho, Director of CYDONIA invite you to attend a guided conversation designed to provide curious minds and art enthusiasts with tips for investing in and collecting contemporary art. Join the stimulating conversation sure to help you build or begin your collection.
The event is on May 30 from 11-12pm at Zhulong Gallery (1302 Dragon St.)
It looks like there is going to be a lot going on this weekend in the Design District. From Gallery openings and receptions, to a pop-up bar (pictured, at DEC on Dragon) and music festival. Unfortunately, the planned festival grounds are currently under water (which you can see here,) but the show goes on!—only now it is on the other side of the river. Make sure to check out our events calendar to see what’s going on in the area this weekend. You might even catch us at a couple of them.
Update: The World Premiere of the Trinity Strand Trail has been postponed. We’ll keep you updated once we have a new date and time!
This Saturday, May 9th marks the world premiere of the Trinity Strand Trail. To celebrate, there will be food trucks, live music, and beer from our friends over at Community Brewery and Noble Rey Brewery. While the Trail is not officially open, attendees are encouraged to ride their bikes to the party taking place at 2451 N Stemmons Frwy. The party is from 2 to 6pm. Fingers Crossed we have good weather, but make sure to check their facebook page, here, for updates.
Make sure to check their website by 10am on Saturday for a possible cancellation due to inclement weather.
Run the trinity this Saturday! Click here for all the details.
Still looking for a grand way to ring in 2015? The Dallas Design District is the perfect place to celebrate.
1. 98.7 KLUV’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Party at the Hilton Anatole
Attendees will dance the night away to the “Greatest Hits of the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s” in the hotel’s Chantilly Ballroom. The event will be hosted by one of the station’s on-air personalities, and a ticket grants you access to the open bar, heavy hors d’oeurves, party favors, dancing, a champagne toast, and a midnight balloon drop. Ticket options include the party only or a stay over at the hotel. Tickets can be purchased here.
2. LAB ART Party
This exclusive New Years Eve party is for the opening of internationally acclaimed artist Mister E. Located at 315 Cole Street, the event will feature drink service from Nue Vodka, Henderson Whiskey, and Real Ale Brewing Company. Hors d’oeuvres compliments of Urban Taco and Patron Magazine. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.
Tonight at Oak will feature live entertainment from Jazz singer Jennifer Perryman and a luxurious multi-course meal. If you are looking for a calming yet elegant entrance into the new year, this is the perfect spot. Book your reservation here.
Despite the weather forecast, we encourage you to come out and celebrate with us here in the Design District. As always, party responsibility and safely. If you need a ride, Uber, Lyft, and Yellow Cab can take you home safely.
Don’t forget to register for the Jingle Bell Run, taking place this Sunday, December 21st, in the Design District.
The run benefits the Trinity Strand Trail and Mavs Foundation, and participation grants access to the SPARKLE event at the Hilton Anatole. The SPARKLE event is a family friend Christmas party with lots of fun and food!
See you there!
This Saturday the quarterly held Design District Market will take place at the Community Brewing Co. from 12pm – 5pm. It will feature lots of vendors, local bands, and beer! Seeing as this event is on Small Business Saturday, this is a great way to buy small, support the community, and shop for unique Christmas gifts.
Catamara & Brave Young Lion will be playing.
The event is free, and open to the public.
See you all there!
Considering that it is Thanksgiving Week, we wanted to give thanks to the city of Dallas, for always giving us new things to love, and the citizens that make it great.
This morning, The Dallas Observer, reminded us of a few of these things with the list of “15 Things We’re Thankful for in Dallas Culture”.
What are you thankful for in Dallas Culture?