Lamar Street Festival
to 10 PM
1409 S. Lamar St. , Dallas, TX
Free - $5
The Lamar Street Festival celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the historic South Side on Lamar building with live music, food and drinks, and art. Festival goers may enjoy live music from noon to 10 p.m. from an array of North Texas bands. South Side restaurants and local food trucks will provide food and beverages for the event. Local restaurants being highlighted include: Lee Harvey’s, Off the Bone Barbeque, Baby Back Shak, Full Circle Tavern, Ten Eleven Grill, Opening Bell Coffee, The Cedars Social, Urban Market and the NYLO Hotel. Juried artists will line South Lamar during the festival showcasing multimedia art for sale, and The 11th Annual Cedars Open Studios, featuring a tour of local South Side artists’ studios and lofts, will be held during the festival.
In addition, Lamar Street Festival’s Interactive Zone will be an artistic, hands-on and playfully creative destination for all ages. Families may enjoy Dallas Heritage Village demonstrations, magicians, puppet shows and more. Big Thought’s teaching artists will host a “Create Art” area alongside the Dallas LOVE Project’s interactive opportunity to make art for the commemoration of John F. Kennedy’s life and legacy. The Dallas Public Library’s Bookmobile will also be onsite for young readers. As the sun sets, ArtLoveMagic will transform the zone into a live interactive art show for adults where guests may create their own piece of art to take home.
For more information please visit www.lamarstreetfestival.com or call 214-856-0573.
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