Memorial Day Weekend at the Arboretum
May 27th-30th, various times
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
Enjoy fun for all ages all Memorial Day weekend at the Dallas Arboretum. All active duty members, veterans, or first responders receive free admission with valid ID. Enjoy live music Saturday and Sunday, and two free Eddie Coker concerts Monday. During all four days there will also be activities for children.
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Texas Rangers
May 27th, 7:05pm; May 28th, 6:15pm
Globe Life Park
Watch the Rangers take down the Pirates in this explosive weekend meetup! Friday and Saturday, Rangers Alumni will be signing autographs from 6- 6:45 PM. Signing will take place near the Budweiser Bowtie Plaza.
Soluna Festival: Our Heroes
May 28th, 8:30pm
Klyde Warren Park
Jaap van Zweden conducts a program of patriotic favorites and beloved classics in honor of Dallas’s veterans and first responders in collaboration with Carry The Load. The perfect concert for the whole family, presented in partnership with Klyde Warren Park.
Dallas Margarita Meltdown
May 29th, 4pm-10pm
West End, Downtown Dallas
You taste. You sample. You play judge and vote for your favorite margarita. The best margaritas from the DFW area will be at one location. You decide which margarita is the best at the Dallas Margarita Meltdown presented by Milagro Silver.
Dallas Memorial March / Carry the Load
May 29th, 4pm
The national relay Carry The Load will conclude at the Dallas Memorial March. The Dallas Memorial March was created as a way to raise awareness for our veterans and military families. The 20-hour and 16-minute walk will be at Reverchon Park in Dallas and this family-friendly event is a way to restore the meaning of Memorial Day and support our military heroes. Go online to sign up as an individual or as part of a team.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Memorial Day Concert
May 30th, 8:00 p.m.
Flag Pole Hill
Want to opt out of rowdy events or bars with Memorial Day drink specials? Head over to Flag Pole Hill Park, 8100 Doran Circle, where the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will play patriotic music in honor of Memorial Day. The concert will be capped off with a fireworks display. Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair or towel to enjoy this casual outdoor concert without taking home any grass stains. Music starts at 8 p.m. and the event is free and open to the public. The rain site for this event will be the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.