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This International Festival In Dallas Is Free

While most of us would love to get out and feed our wanderlust, we find that our bank accounts are asking us to think again. Luckily for us on October 12, Plano is having a massive International Festival that is bringing the best the world has to offer straight to Haggard Park in Plano.

The festival is free to the public and will offer a little taste of everything. Over 100 countries will be represented, each bringing traditional dances, food, and tons of games. You'll see the stage come to life with tons of colorful performances!

There will be a special forging film presented during the festival for visitors who want a more relaxed vibe. There's also a little market to explore! There, you'll find clothing, toys, and even some beautiful art that is super unique.

Don't forget to bring some cash because you're bound to get hungry. Traditional eats, as well as dozens of food trucks with fair foods, will be serving lots of delicious bites! This is the largest international festival in the area so you know the eating will be good.

Haggard Park is located at 901 E 15th Street, Plano, Texas 75074. The event will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information on this great multicultural event, check out their Facebook event page here.

Once you're done here head on over to Go Ape for some crazy treetop fun!

Plano International Festival

Price: Free

When: October 12

Address: 901 E 15th St., Plano, Texas 75074

Why You Need To Go: Over 100 countries will be represented at the event and there will be tons of entertainment and food.

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