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The Best of Dallas Fall Festivals

It is finally time for the fall festival season. Check out these local events in the DFW area.

Addison Oktoberfest
An authentic recreation of the Munich Oktoberfest, the event features more than 30 hours of continuous family-oriented entertainment.
There will be plenty of “Oktoberfest” Bier and incredible German culinary fare to go around! The festival also includes a Marketplace, music, and kid-friendly options like rides, midway games, and much more.
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The 31st Annual GrapeFest is the largest wine festival in the Southwest United States. Celebrating the best of Texas wines – as well as wines from Finger Lakes region of New York and Niagara-on-the-Lake region of Canada. This four-day family-friendly festival is one Grapevine’s most anticipated events.
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Plano Balloon Festival
Large crowds flock to Oak Point Park to see colorful hot air balloons take to the sky at this three-day fest that also offers music, food, fireworks and activities for kids
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Taco Takeover
Looking for tacos and tequila or Margaritas to Mariachi? Pair refreshing cocktails and beer with original Mexican recipes from the best local chefs. Enjoy hot churros, live music, the nacho eating contest, and more. Grab your friends and get down!
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Autumn at the Arboretum
A classic Dallas tradition, Autumn at the Arboretum is the Fall event of the year. It is picturesque and perfect for your Autumn photshoot with your kids.
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Frisco Arts Walk
The Frisco Art Walk is an arts experience that takes you through the Texas Sculpture Garden, a significant body of work collected by Craig and Kathryn Hall, that celebrates Texas artists. This event is family-friendly, FREE and open to the public!
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Cottonwood Arts Festival
Cottonwood features works from the nation’s top visual artists and has been a part of Richardson life for over forty years. Cottonwood isn’t just about the art, though. The festival also features local bands who perform the best in rock, country, jazz, blues, swing and folk. Food and spirits are also available in the courtyard, so drop by and savor the beautiful atmosphere and ambience of the courtyard at Cottonwood.
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