What To Do In Dallas This Weekend – March 14-17

Posted at 13.Mar, 08:03h In Events By - 0 Comments

Because we’re known for our outstanding publicity and marketing skills based in Dallas, Team JWA is all for representing everything North Texas! Our lovely metro has so much to offer so we kindly present the best things to do in the Dallas/Fort Worth area at the end of every week! Check out what you can do this upcoming weekend!

Leticia Magaña portrays Guadalupe in WaterTower Theatre’s adaptation “Guadalupe in the Guest Room.” Courtesy of WaterTower Theatre.

March 14-17 – Guadalupe in the Guest Room

Guadalupe translates her late daughter’s children’s books from English to Spanish. Steve is still grieving from his wife’s passing as his mother-in-law translates her works under his roof. Guadalupe in the Guest Room is a hilarious play celebrating new beginnings, mending past wounds and last but not least, telenovelas.

Where: WaterTower Theatre, 15650 Addison Rd, Addison, TX 75001

Time: 7:30pm-10:00pm.

General Admission: $32 and up.

Anne Frank in 1940, at the age of 6, in Amsterdam. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

March 14-17 – The Life Story of Anne Frank

Dallas Holocaust Museum will tell the story of Anne Frank in a modern way, bridging the genocide and war she witnessed with today’s discriminatory issues. This exhibition will also feature the U.S. premiere of a virtual reality technology allowing the user to travel back in time to Anne Frank’s life.

Where: Dallas Holocaust Museum, 211 N Record St #100, Dallas, TX 75202

Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm.

General Admission: $10.

Guests will experience an incredible runway featuring elaborate performances and stylish looks from Traffic LA, Forty Five Ten and TenOverSix at the Joule. Courtesy of DIFFA Dallas.

March 16 – House of DIFFA Futuro

Where: Omni Dallas Hotel, 555 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75202

Chaired by Tim Garippa and produced by Brian Brothers, Rhonda Sargent Chambers and Densil Adams, attendees can expect an astonishing theatrical production featuring surprise guests, elaborate performances and some of the hottest fashion trends from Traffic LA, TenOverSix and Forty Five Ten.

Time: 6:00pm-11:59pm.

General Admission: $500 and up.

The festival hosts over 90 floats and draws over 125,000 people each year. Courtesy of The Flash List.

March 17 – Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival

This annual event remains the largest St. Patrick’s Parade in the Southwest. Starting at Greenville Avenue and Blackwell Street and ending at SMU Boulevard and Central Expressway, the parade draws up to 125,000 people along the two-mile route to see over 90 floats, 1,700 participants, bands, a pop-up hosted by the Dallas Mavericks and more.

Where: Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade starting line, 6450 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

Starts At: 11:00am.

General Admission: Free.

Country star Pat Green performs at the B93 Birthday Bash in June 2008. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

March 17 – Pat Green at the Rustic

‘90s country legend Pat Green returns to Texas to celebrate St. Patty’s Day at the Rustic! For those looking to sate their nostalgia for times of Shiner and the American way, no look further than this hootin’, hollerin’ good time!

Where: The Rustic, 3656 Howell St, Dallas, TX 75204

Time: 7:00pm-11:00pm.

General Admission: Free.

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