Sep 2, 2022 - Things to Do

Things to do in Dallas for Labor Day Weekend

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🌖 Honor the moon. Take your family to the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is considered the second most important holiday tradition in Asia.

  • Friday through Sunday, at the Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie. Admission is free.

ğŸŽ· Listen to great tunes. The Riverfront Jazz Festival will feature some of the world's best jazz, soul and R&B musicians — including Erykah Badu — presented by the Black Academy of Arts and Letters.

  • Saturday through Monday, tickets range from $69-$159.

🍿 Watch a movie. Several local theaters are offering heavily discounted tickets all day tomorrow for the first-ever National Cinema Day.

  • Participating chains include Regal, AMC and Alamo Drafthouse. Tickets are $3.

⌚️ Admire the DMA's bling. The Dallas Museum of Art is offering free admission to Cartier and Islamic Art, which features ornate designs from India, the Middle East and North Africa.

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