Food Festivals in Dallas 2019

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Food Festivals in Dallas 2019

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and when you look at the sheer number of annual food festivals open to the public every year, we have to agree! Dallas and the surrounding area, in particular, are well-known for their endless food, music, and entertainment options, and all of these come together in a variety of themed festivals taking place in the summer and fall of 2019. Below are the 10 food festivals in Dallas we can’t wait to check out in 2019.

33rd Annual Taste of Dallas

The summer officially gets underway with the annual Taste of Dallas festival. This year’s theme is “Taste of the Neighborhoods”, allowing visitors to experience each area’s distinct food culture.

Event Details:
From: Friday, June 7
To: Sunday, June 9
Dallas Market Hall

Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival

A seemingly endless lineup of blues music is perfectly complimented with some of the best barbecues that Texas has to offer. The date of this Dallas food festival is very convenient, as it falls on a Labor Day weekend, making the 30-minute drive from Dallas worthy. Get Tickets

Event Details:
From: Friday, August 30
To: Sunday, September 1
2000 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, TX

Nourished Festival

Formerly known as the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo, the Dallas Nourished Festival retains its tradition of serving those with special dietary needs. Exhibitors and educational opportunities specific to gluten- and allergen-free living highlight this multi-city event.

Event Details:
From: Saturday, September 7
To: Sunday, September 8
Dallas Market Hall

Greek Food Festival of Dallas

Greek food takes center stage to educate and entertain patrons about traditional Greek culture. In addition to the range of traditional foods, visitors will be treated to live music and dancing, educational opportunities, cooking demos and plenty of art and shopping. More info

Event Details:
From: Friday September 20
To: Sunday, September 22
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

5th Annual Smoked BBQ Fest

As the name implies, this highly anticipated festival celebrates the Texas tradition of smoked barbecue. Award-winning chefs, live music, Trailer Park Olympics, and even a mechanical bull make this the ultimate Texas food festival.

Event Details:
Saturday, September 21
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

4th Annual Dallas Observer Tacolandia

Taco lovers unite at the fourth annual Tacolandia festival. More than 35 Texas restaurants are represented each year, bringing their own unique take on the traditional taco for your enjoyment.

Event Details:
Saturday, October 5
Dallas Farmers Market

6th Annual A Taste of Nigeria Festival

Just 20 minutes outside of Dallas in beautiful Grand Prairie is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Nigerian culture and help build a computer school for the Nweol community. In addition to delicious traditional foods, patrons will see a variety of music, dance, art, and performances, and even a soccer game! More info

Event Details:
From: Saturday, October 5
To: Sunday, October 6
Asia Times Square, Grand Prairie, TX

5th Annual Park & Palate

A unique event that benefits Klyde Warren Park, Park & Palate is actually two events. Dinner in the Park features a seated dinner with live music and entertainment, while Grand Taste follows the food festival tradition of food, wine, and spirits, plus a beer garden.

Event Details:
Dinner in the Park: Saturday, October 5
Grand Taste: Saturday, October 26
Klyde Warren Park

8th Annual World Food Championships

Not your traditional food festival, the World Food Championships is a foodie’s paradise. Whether you plan to compete to be the next TV food star, judge the competitors, or want to simply enjoy the incredible food, there is something for everyone at this Dallas five-day food event.

Event Details:
From: Wednesday, October 16
To: Sunday, October 20
Reunion Tower Lawn

8th Annual Texas Veggie Fair

Texas isn’t just about barbecue! The Veggie Fair promotes healthy and more sustainable options for the wellbeing of humans and animals alike through plant-based food options and education, as well as live music and entertainment.

Event Details:
Saturday, November 2
Dallas Farmers Market

Discover more food throughout the US

We hope this article was helpful, and to see you at these food festivals in Dallas this year.
If you won’t be in Dallas this year, don’t worry. We are covering the best food festivals in major cities throughout the US. Check out some of our other articles below.
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