2017 Dallas Pride Festival (Official)

2017 Dallas Pride Festival (Official)

2017 Dallas Pride Festival (Official)

Reverchon Park

Saturday, 16 September 2017, 11:00

Event Details

2017 Dallas Pride Festival (Official)

This is the Dallas Pride official event page. All information is correct and can also be found at www.dallaspride.org


Dallas Pride is now a 2-day celebration.

Dallas Pride 2017 includes the Miller Lite Music Festival in the Park presented by T-Mobile on Saturday, Sept. 16 and followed by the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade presented by T-Mobile on Sunday, Sept. 17.

The Festival in the Park will be held in Reverchon Park from noon to 7 pm on the Saturday preceding the Parade. The Festival includes community and merchant vendor booths, pet adoptions, entertainment, kids zone, teen zone and a full day of fun! There is a $10 general admission ticket required per person to enter the Festival. You can purchase them at the gate with cash only or in advance online with credit card. Group discounts are avialable. Festival admission includes the concert series from local bands and our headliner.

No outside food or drink are allowed in the park. Children 13 and under are free with accompanied by an adult.

The parade will be on Cedar Springs Road starting at Wycliff Ave., proceeding South to Turtle Creek Blvd. and ending in Lee Park (Turtle Creek Blvd. at Cedar Springs Rd.). A detailed parade route map will be posted online. There will be announcers along the parade route. The parade is always FREE to attend and watch. The parade kicks off at 2 pm. For viewing location, the less congested areas will be near Cedar Springs Road and Turtle Creek Blvd. The Parade will feature local dignitaries, floats, marching groups and music.

Check out our Parade event page.

More information can always be found at www.dallaspride.org.

See you in September. Happy Pride!

Reverchon Park

2400 Turtle Creek Blvd, 75219 Dallas, United States

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