For many of us, Labor Day weekend is a farewell to summer, so why not make it a memorable event? We compiled a list of Five Things To Do This Labor Day Weekend in the Dallas-Fort With area. 

Texas International Pop Festival

Saturday and Sunday, August 31st and Sept. 1st | 3pm – 11:30pm

Tickets start at $30

Texas Pop Turns 50! Join the town of Lewisville for the 50th Anniversary of the Texas International Pop Festival  and celebrate the original Pop Festival that took place Labor Day weekend 1969.

DFW 13th Annual Free Day Of Yoga Dallas Festival

Saturday, August 31st | 8am – 3pm

FREE

Are you a yoga fan? Now’s your chance to participate in the largest free yoga community in Texas! Grab a friend and join in on the fun starting at 8am at Main Street Garden Park. You’ll get to learn from Texas’ top teachers, shop from some artisan merchants for handmade and holistic local goodies, and even soak up some live music! 

3rd Annual Arab Texas Festival

Saturday, August 31st | 3pm – 12am

Tickets start at $25

Something for everyone – the Arab American Culture Society is hosting the 3rd annual Arab Texas at Southfork Ranch! A day full of music, dancing, food activities and nonstop fun! There will be live music, comedians, cultural exhibits, a shopping bazaar, Halal Middle-Eastern food and dessert vendors, carnival rides, games, a kids train, a petting zoo and much more! 

Klyde Warren Park Food Truck Rally

Sunday, September 1 | 4pm – 9pm

FREE

Grab the whole family and head over to Klyde Warren Park for fun in the sun. Enjoy delicious treats from more than 25 food trucks and carts, live music, lawn activities and giant games. Who doesn’t love over-sized lawn games? 

Dinos At The Dallas Zoo 

Ending September 2 | 9am-5pm 

General Admission Required

Don’t miss out on your chance to see ZooNorth transformed into a prehistoric jungle! Your kids will love the Dallas zoo activities. From 24 larger-than-life dinosaurs throughout the zoo to robotic dinosaurs, it’s an adventure of epic proportions. 

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