Early September is the time for picnics, barbeques, and pool parties in Dallas and Fort Worth area. The Labor Day Weekend is also packed with festivals and fun events for the whole family.
Labor Day in the Park (September 6, 2020)
The beautiful Lake Cliff Park in Dallas is a perfect spot for a Labor Day picnic and BBQ. There's music, vendors, delicious food, and various entertainment for all ages. Labor Day in the Park runs from 11 am to 7 pm. The admission is free.
The Invasion Car Show (September 6, 2020)
The Invasion Car Show is the hottest Labor Day automobile event in Texas. Thousands of fans of vintage, classic and custom-made cars flock to Deep Ellum neighborhood for the annual car display. The show on Elm Street always takes place on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. There's live music on the outdoor stage, a swimsuit contest, delicious food, and an afterparty. Admission is free for the public.
Bottle Fete Dallas (September 5, 2020)
Labor Day is a great occasion to unwind, and there is no better place than the annual Caribbean BYOB experience. Bring your own bottle and anticipate plenty of fun and entertainment during 12 hours of partying from 10 am to 10 pm. There will be DJs, an outdoor stage and light show, live entertainment, and special guests. Tickets cost $10.
Taste of Dallas (canceled in 2020)
The three-day Taste of Dallas annual food and drink festival takes place at the Dallas Market Hall. It attracts foodies from all over Texas, hundreds of chefs, 150 exhibitors, and restaurants offering demonstrations and various presentations. Taste of Dallas is one of the largest events in the city with both indoor and outdoor zones, play area for children, along with beer and wine gardens.