Dallas is always filled with art but there has been one festival that has dedicated 25 years to celebrate local artists - and it's finally coming back to town soon. The Deep Ellum Arts Festival will take place from April 5 to April 7th on 2900 Main St. Dallas.
During the festival, visitors will have a chance to enjoy local artists such as Lauren Briere, Regina Jackson and Nicole Piazza. There will also be music by locals and plenty of vendors for all your snack needs. There will be over 100 bands performing at the festival across four different stages. All the bands will play their own original music.
The festival is free to attend on all three days. On Friday and Saturday, the festival will run from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Sunday the festival will start at 11 a.m. but will end at 8 p.m.
While the full list of artists has yet to be announced, Deep Ellum Art Fest sculptors, muralists, and painters. There will also be artists creating work on the spot including body painters who will blend their work in with the murals around them.
There will be plenty of amazing photo ops too.
Food at the event will range from breakfast to dessert. There will be tacos, BBQ, tamales and Ruzaa - Pineapple.
The festival recommends Ubers and the DART system to get to the celebration as parking is very limited.
The Deep Ellum Art Festival was created in 1994. It started as just one block of Deep Ellum and has now grown to cover six blocks.
Although the festival is all about art and the people who create it, most of the festival is coordinated by engineers year round.
To learn more about the Deep Ellum Art Festival you can visit their website here.