Deep Ellum Arts Festival is ready to welcome our festival-goers back after being postponed in 2020! We understand the concerns about COVID-19 and we are cautiously following daily updates and public opinion that could again affect our upcoming production. Like yourselves we are navigating how to best coexist with this and get on with our lives. Alongside daily monitoring, we will be posting signage requesting that everyone, fully vaccinated or not, please respect others by wearing a mask. If you are displaying any symptoms do not attend. If you have concerns attending a large “outdoor” gathering do not attend. All festival activities, fine art and music stages are well-spaced over 6 city blocks. Attendance is fluid over the weekend with people coming and going throughout the day and early evening and rarely feels uncomfortable or over crowded. We remind everyone to “Mask Up, Space Out, & Have Fun” without congregating in any one area. As a community service, the Festival will also host a portable clinic that will offer the public COVID-19 vaccinations Saturday and Sunday from 12-3 PM.
The CDC offers guidance on their website for vaccinated and unvaccinated people who attend large “outdoor gatherings” to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and the latest outbreak of the Delta variant.
September 10-12, 2021
ANNUAL DEEP ELLUM ARTS FESTIVAL IN DALLAS TEXAS
ADMISSION TO THE FESTIVAL IS FREE!
Friday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm | Saturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm | Sunday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
This is an “adult-oriented” visual and performing arts festival; while supervised young children and teenagers are welcome during the day, there are no specifically planned activities for them.
Seven blocks of Main Street in the Dallas entertainment district of Deep Ellum, 2900-3500 Main Street, Dallas TX 75226, will be transformed into one enormous street festival. Featuring 200 top-notch decorative and visual artists, 100 original bands and singer/songwriters performing from four different stages and two additional performance areas, The Artists in Motion Walk, and enticing foods and drinks.
Festival attendees can stroll through displays of cutting-edge decorative arts and admire, commission, and purchase the works of sculptors, muralists, jewelers, painters, leather and wood crafters, as well as other specialized fine artists, some of whom will be creating original pieces on the spot.
Purchase or commission the art of sculptors, muralists, jewelers, painters, and fine artists who will have their distinctive one-of-a-kind works on display, some of whom will be creating pieces on the spot.
Festive Mexican, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Asian, American, specialty desserts and other festival favorites, plus beer, wine, and sodas. In support of festival vendors, no coolers please!