Top 10 Events and Things to Do (10/2021)
Between local festivals, cooler weather, Halloween and an incredible program of concerts, October is shaping up to be an incredible month! We’ve put together a to-do list for October that will make sure you don’t run out of fun this month.
October T0 Do # 1: Plano Music and Art Festival
When: October 2 – 3 and October 16 – 17
Or: Old McKinney Mill and Red Tail Pavilion in Oak Point Park
The Plano Music & Arts Festival, presented by T-Mobile, GO TEXAN and Outlaw Nation, will feature a concert series, contemporary art exhibits, vintage car exhibit, custom motorcycle exhibit, 5km family run and tons of other fun attractions. . Check out the Taste of Texas Food Garden for delicious food and domestic and craft beers. Participate in giveaways for one of the four electric guitars. Search the antique market for unique finds. Play laser tag. Adopt a Humane Society pet. You can even watch border collies catching Frisbees in choreographed coordination. The weekend pass is $ 10 for adults, FREE for children 12 and under.
October to do n ° 2: Frisco beer festival
When: October 2 – 3
Or: Place Frisco
The festivities kick off at 11 a.m. on Saturday – the first participants to arrive will receive a free beer until it runs out! Enter the beer stein lifting contest for a chance to win a traditional German beer stein and an Oktoberfest gift basket. Membership costs $ 20 and 100% of the proceeds are donated to Frisco FastPacs, a nonprofit organization that serves weekend meals on FISD campuses, ensuring students are not hungry when school is not in progress. Try your luck as the champion of Frisco’s Brat Eating and take part in the Keg Rolling Race! FREE entry, $ 20 for 20 tickets (required for food and drinks)
October to do n ° 3: 20th Annual Local Profile Women in Business Summit
When: October 15
Own your future – inspire yourself, feel energized and rise to Local Profiles 20th Annual Virtual Summit of Women in Business! We know what it’s like to not believe in yourself and lack the confidence you need to take a seat at the table. Over the past 20 years, Local Profiles Women in Business Summit has connected and inspired over 10,000 local women, inspiring them to take control of their own lives and take their careers to the next level. Our speakers and panelists take inspiration from their own ups and downs as businesswomen and use those experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly) to give you the advice you need to take your career to the next level. superior.
October to do n ° 4: The Jonas Brothers “Remember This” Tour
When: 22 october
Or: Dos Equis Pavilion, Dallas
The concerts are back, baby! Celebrate by attending the Jonas Brothers’ “Remember This” tour, named after their new single which premiered on the opening night of the Olympic Games US Track and Field Trials earlier this summer. For those who don’t know, the Jonas Brothers are a group with three brothers – Joe, Nick, and Kevin – that originally gained popularity through their show on the Disney Channel. They made their comeback in 2019 with the single “Sucker”, which quickly rose to the top of the charts. This concert will be outdoors. Tickets start at $ 39.95.
October to-do # 5: THE DOOBIE BROTHERS 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
When: October 19
Or: Toyota Music Plant, Irving
The Doobie Brothers are an American rock band from California known for performing songs in a variety of genres. They were most popular in the 1970s, producing hits like “Minute by Minute”, “What a Fool Believes” and “Listen to the Music”. The group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020. Join them on their 50th anniversary tour! Tickets start at $ 35.50.
October to do # 6: Andrea Bocelli
When: October 20
Or: American Airlines Center, Dallas
Andrea Bocelli is an Italian opera tenor and multi-instrumentalist. He rose to fame in 1994 after winning the first round of the 44th Sanremo Music Festival with his stunning performance of “Miserere”. He has released 15 solo albums of pop and classical music and nine full operas. Bocelli is a Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic – the Italian equivalent of being knighted – and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2010. Tickets start at $ 36.
October to do # 7: Dallas Oktoberfest 2021
When: October 23
Or: Dallas Farmers Market
Enjoy music and dancing in the beer garden; browse over 100 local businesses and craft vendors; participate in beer hosting, kid’s meal, barrel rolling and stein relay contests; and enjoy plenty of beer and pretzels. The festival will begin with a traditional keg, where early risers will each receive a free beer. Stay for lunch and sample authentic German cuisine from local restaurants. Tickets cost $ 5 at the door. $ 20 in advance for entry, food and drink tickets, pretzel necklace, and express line at entry.
October to do n ° 8: Wings Over Dallas – America’s Greatest WWII Air Show
When: October 29-31
Or: Dallas Executive Airport
Don’t miss one of the biggest air shows in North Texas! This interactive event will feature spectacular flight demonstrations, battle reenactments, veteran appearances, living history camps, hands-on family and educational activities, airplane rides, flight deck tours, and more.
More than forty planes from WWII – including bombers, fighters and support planes – are expected to take part in the Wings Over Dallas air show.
October to do n ° 9: Trick or Treat 7th Plano Family Expo
When: October 30
Or: Plano Events Center
This annual festival is more of a treat than a ride, but we’re not complaining. Enjoy interactive Halloween activities, games and gifts, bouncy houses, a vendor’s market, live music, dance performances, raffle prizes, a costume contest and more. Years past have also featured laser tag, a haunted house, yoga, and guest experiences of princesses and superheroes.
To do in October # 10: Yoga Goat Halloween Costume
When: October 30
Or: Farmhouse Coffee & Treasures, Argyle
Bring your own yoga mat or towel and get ready to go downhill doggy style. Or should I say descending goat? Sorry this joke was a comBLEAT failure. All kidding aside, goat yoga is really relaxing. We all need to stretch every now and then, and what better motivation to move than cuddly animals? Participants are required to sign a Liability Release and a Covid-19 Safety Form before attending the event. Humans can arrive in normal attire or costume – the goats will all be in the latter. Tickets cost $ 32.