Spring Festivals in the Metroplex

Spring has sprung and so have festivals and signature events across North Texas! Don’t miss out on these amazing celebrations, ranging from local food and wine to fine arts and music. See what the Metroplex has to offer:

Savor Dallas

Savor Dallas
Now in its 11th year, the Savor Dallas wine and food festival has grown into a renowned wine and culinary extravaganza and has become a signature event for the city of Dallas. March 19-22.

Perot Museum: The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes

Through May 10
Travel back in time to the world of one of the most famous figures in literature. Guests are transported to Victorian London, where they will collect clues and solve a crime using the methods of Holmes himself.

Dallas Blooms

Through April 12
Celebrating its 31st year, Dallas Blooms is the largest floral festival in the Southwest. Visitors to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden can view more than 500,000 spring blooms and enjoy entertainment, food and activities.

2015 Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival 

Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival
The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival, running March 26-29, honors Fort Worth’s distinctive heritage of cooking, food, beverage and culinary arts.

Frisco Arts in the Square 

Frisco Art in the Square
Arts in the Square 2015 takes place March 28 and 29, and will feature more than 120 of some of the best local and regional artists selling their handmade creations.

2015 Deep Ellum Arts Festival 

Deep Ellum
The free, three-day Deep Ellum Arts Festival exemplifies everything that makes this area rock. Experience more than 200 decorative and visual artists selling and comissioning original works, hundreds of original bands and performance artists showcasing the newest sights and sounds from five stages!

Dallas International Film Festival

Dallas Film Fest
The 9th annual Dallas International Film Festival will be held April 9-19. This year, you will find more than 160 films from 32 countries, panel discussions, Dallas Star Award Honorees and more!

Art in the Square

Art in the Square
Free juried art festival April 24-26, in Southlake, TX, benefiting Tarrant County charities. Music, food, beer, wine, and loads of family fun!

President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with seven offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.

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