Posted by Cindy on 31st March 2009
Deep Ellum Arts Festival
April 3 – 5
The free street party features four outdoor stages with non-stop performances
Over 75 national, regional, and local bands.
More than 100 top-notch juried decorative and visual artists, food and drink.
Don’t miss the DEEP ELLUM ARTS FESTIVAL PET PARADE!
WHEN – Sunday, April 5th
WHERE – Register – Bark Park Central 10:00 am
Pet Parade – Malcolm X Stage 12:00 pm
WHAT – $10 Participation Fee – You get a Pet Parade T-Shirt and Doggie Goodie Bag!
WHY – Great Prizes and Lots of FUN! Enter your pet in one of the judged contests: PERSONALITY, TALENT, and COSTUME
You can register all weekend during the Arts Festival at the Deep Ellum Foundation booth! For more information check out: www.deepellumdogpark.com
Festival Dates & Times:
Friday, April 3 – 5-10 p.m.
Saturday, April 4 – 11a.m.-10 p.m.
Sunday, April 5 – 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.
DEEP and the DEA are selling t-shirts, books, and cds to raise funds for the ongoing neighborhood art projects so… Please let us know If you are a band or a business interested in contributing to a live music or neighborhood booth. Contact Cindy if you’d like to participate.
Saturday, April 4th
Live Music with Darrin Kobetich
7 – 10 PM
Darrin Kobetich is a Fort Worthian phenom who has graced such bands as Electric Mountain Rotten Apple Gang and currently the Blackland River Devils.
This is going to be an amazing show, so don’t miss out!
What to Drink: Iced-Blended 50/50
On April 16th, join us for a Meet’n'Green! Recycle Revolution will be conducting a recycling orientation. This will be an impromptu Q & A forum that will last 30 to 45 minutes. The program will help the guests to generate clean streams of recyclable materials, and also offer an opportunity to discuss recycling and other issues of sustainability. Come down to the cafe, relax with a cup of coffee, and bone up on your “green initiatives!” 6:30 PM until 7:30 PM.
What to Drink: Green Tea
Saturday, April 18th
Live Music with Siren’s Song
7 – 10 PM
With folk lyrics, a pop rhythm and luscious harmonies, Siren’s Song has a sound all its own.
What to Drink: Acai Berry Smoothie
Sunday, April 19th
Oak Cliff Earth Day
Oak Cliff Earth Day has over 100 exhibitors signed up, including information booths, artists, performers, food booths, pet adoptions, blood donations, hybrid vehicles, childrens activities, and much more! Bring the whole family, and Fido, too.
Please walk, bike, or take the bus to the event, in the spirit of Earth Day, and to avoid parking hassles. Methodist Hospital is kindly providing parking and a shuttle for those who don’t take public transportation.
Look for the It’s a Grind tent!
Saturday, April 25th
Live Music with Matthew Gray & Friends
Matthew Gray (lead singer of Matthew and the Arrogant Sea) shall lead you down a musical road rich in dreamy, poppy, creamy delight.
What to Drink: Mango & Green Tea Smoothie
Check back often for updates and new additions!