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This Giant Oddities Expo In Dallas Will Give You All The Witchy Vibes This March

Spooky season is coming early this year.

If you can't imagine life without a healthy dose of darkness, and if you live for everything strange, unusual, or bizarre, your lucky day is closer than you think. A huge oddities expo is coming to Dallas in March and it will be filled with all kinds of witchy goodies. Get ready to redefine your concept of what is spooky!

The Oddities & Curiosities Expo is coming back to Dallas on March 28 and will feature all kinds of vendors, from taxidermy to funeral collectibles.

Organizers have handpicked the weirdest artists, dealers, vendors, and small businesses from all over the United States to make you and your like-minded friends very happy.

There will be something for every taste at the expo, but the common denominator is that all sellers and their products come from sustainable sources.

Besides the vendors, they will also be having entertainment options, all of them as weird as the merch, of course. *You can usually see live human suspension and other performances at the expo.

At The Oddities & Curiosities Expo, you may be able to take home those witchy items you only dare dream about.

We're talking about preserved specimens, horror-themed delights and Halloween inspired pieces, quack medical devices, clothing, jewelry, bizarre art and decor objects, death and funeral memorabilia, skulls and bones, and a lot more. 

There are two different kinds of tickets for this event. The general admission ticket is $10 and will give you entry to the expo at any time between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 

The VIP ticket is $20. This includes one-hour early access (10:00 a.m.) and 10% off all official event merchandise from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. More perks of the VIP admission are TBA. 

The expo is open to everybody, but the nature of the vendors make some people question if this is fit for children. Organizers mention on the website that families are welcome. However, they advise parental discretion.

If your kid is not easily frightened, children under 12 enter for free.

Costumes are more than welcome here, so if you want to attend wearing your cloak and your black pointy hat, you can absolutely do it. You won't feel out-of-place at all, and you're sure to have some similarly-clad company. 

Once you enter the premises, you can buy from any vendor of your choice. Most of them will accept both cash and card transactions. In case a vendor only accepts cash, there will be ATMs available on site.

If you want to know more about the performers, you can check the website here. The event also has merch for sale online.

For more information, you can check out their Q&A here

Dallas Oddities & Curiosities Expo 2020

Price: $10+

When: March 28, 2020

Address: Centennial Hall At Fair Park, 1001 Washington St., Dallas, TX

Why You Need To Go: A huge expo full of all kinds of oddities and bizarre entertainment is coming to Dallas. This is a must-go if you love spooky, witchy things.