|This reoccurring event includes a weekly concert series through October at The Sound outdoor amphitheater and stage. These Thursday night concerts are hosted by Billingsley Company and involve a live performance by a local tribute band taking stage at 9 p.m. Outdoor amplified sound must be turned off by 11 p.m. Food and beverage (alcoholic) will be sold by local restaurants. Registration/ticket is required and ticket holders may bring a picnic. Setup begins at 7 p.m. each Thursday with the installation of a portable stage (40”x16’x20’) and tents (two – 10’x10’). Teardown will be complete by midnight. A private contractor will provide onsite security guards in addition to the required two (2) off-duty DPD officers. A special event permit is issued for a period not to exceed 10 consecutive days, and this series will require permit extensions through the projected October 31, 2019 series end date. Requirements will be reevaluated with each extension and will be adjusted as the market scope changes. Extensions are not guaranteed.|
|This is a new weekly Artisan Market series organized by Boho Market Group and hosted by Billingsley Company. The recurring Friday market at The Sound Cypress Waters is free and open to the public and features amplified sound and up to 30 vendors selling local handcrafted and vintage home goods, art and apparel. There is no food/beverage sales or distribution. Setup starts at 1 p.m. with the erection of vendor pop-up tents (up to 30 – 10’x10’) and teardown will be complete by 10:15 p.m. A private security contractor will provide onsite security guards. A special event permit is issued for a period not to exceed 10 consecutive days, and this series will require permit extensions through the projected October 25, 2019 series end date. Requirements will be reevaluated with each extension and will be adjusted as the market scope changes. Extensions are not guaranteed.|
This new walk-a-thon hosted by Christian Fellowship World Outreach Church will feature a neighborhood walk to raise awareness on suicide and prevention. This ticketed event will involve outdoor amplified sound, and food and beverage (nonalcoholic) will be provided. No tents or stages are required. The route includes rolling closures; streets will close 15 minutes before the first participant and will reopen after the last participant passes through. The walk starts at 8:30 a.m. from the parking lot of the church and travels south onto TI Boulevard, left onto Restland Road, left onto S Greenville Avenue, left onto Buckingham Road, left onto S Sherman Street, left onto TI Boulevard to return to the church parking lot where a keynote speaker will deliver suicide prevention strategies to the participants.
Dallas 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb is hosting their 9th annual ceremony. This ticketed event includes an opening ceremony, outdoor activities, a kid’s zone, vendor booths and amplified sound. A live video showing the climbers within the stairwell and top floor will be streamed to the parking lot. Only merchandise will be sold. The following street will close from 5 – 10 a.m.: Elm Street from Field Street to Griffin Street (full closure). Setup begins at 5 a.m. with the erection of a stage (16’x8’x10”), a flatbed trailer (used only during the opening ceremony), a portable generator, and a scissor lift. Teardown will be complete by 12 p.m.
This annual 5K benefits the Assist the Officer Foundation. Outdoor amplified sound is approved to start at 7:30 a.m. with a 5-minute sound check after 7 a.m. Food and beverage (alcoholic) will be provided and merchandise will be sold. The 5K starts at 8:30 a.m. on the Felix H. Lozada, Sr. Gateway Plaza, crosses over the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge, u-turns at the bollards, returns west back across the pedestrian bridge, right on the trail, down the ramp, onto the Trinity Skyline Trail, u-turns at the designated point #2, and finishes on the Trinity Skyline Trail between the pedestrian bridge and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Setup begins at 1 p.m. on September 6 with the erection of a stage (30”x16’x84’) and tents (ten – 10’x10’), and teardown will be complete by 12:30 p.m. on September 7.
This neighborhood farmers market is organized by Good Local Markets in the Lake Pointe Church parking lot. The market includes up to 70 vendors selling locally grown foods and goods on Saturdays. This event will not require street closures and all parking will take place in the church parking lot. Setup will begin at 6 a.m. with the erection of tents (up to 70 – 10’ x 15’) and teardown will be complete by 2 p.m.
This Neighborhood Farmers Market is organized by Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. The market will consist of no more than 70 vendors with tents (10’x15′) and tables selling locally grown foods and goods on Saturdays. This event will not require street closures and all parking will take place in the church parking lot. Setup of the market will begin at 7 a.m. and teardown will be complete by 1 p.m.
This new national skateboarding contest is free, open to the public and will be contained within a fenced perimeter on the grounds of 4DOWN. This event includes outdoor amplified sound by a DJ, merchandise, food and beverage (non-alcoholic) sales. Setup will begin Thursday, September 5 at 9 a.m. with the erection of tents (ten – 10’x10’ and one – 10’x20’). Teardown will be complete Sunday, September 8 by 5 p.m. A third party security vendor will be hired to assist with public safety in addition to DPD.
This annual event is a beer sampling event with live music and food sales. The event will require closing Taylor Street from Harwood Street to S. Cesar Chavez Boulevard, Farmers Way from S. Pearl Expressway to S. Cesar Chavez Boulevard and S. Pearl Expressway from Marilla Street to Farmers Way from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Setup begins at 8 a.m. on September 6 with the erection of tents (forty – 10’x10’ and ten – 10’x20’) and teardown will be complete by 10 a.m. on September 8. Street closure apparatus will be removed by 11 p.m. September 7. Ingress and egress must be allowed to all businesses and residents.
This new We Stand as One march is hosted by the Dallas Police Department, Central Patrol Division in support of families who have experienced loss because of violence. This event includes a march, educational vendors, and keynote speakers. The 200 block of N. Crowdus Street will be closed from 8 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. for event staging. This route includes rolling closures managed by NPO Officers in squad cars; streets will close 15 minutes before the first participant and will reopen after the last participant passes through. The march starts at 9 a.m. proceeds west on North Crowdus Street, right onto Elm Street, left onto North Good Latimer Expressway, left onto Main Street, ending the march with a speaker at Revolver Alley (2639 Main Street). All streets will reopen by 10 a.m. Event set up will begin at 9 a.m. Teardown will be complete by noon.
9:00 pm The Sound – Tribute Thursdays Concert Series
The Sound – Tribute Thursdays Concert Series
Sep 5 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
This reoccurring event includes a weekly concert series through October at The Sound outdoor amphitheater and stage. These Thursday night concerts are hosted by Billingsley Company and involve a live performance by a local tribute[...]