Grand Prairie Main Street Fest

Jaime Flores and his son ride the "Super Slide" during the Main Street Festival in downtown Grand Prairie.

2018 File Photo

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This festival has a reputation for good — and free — live music, and this year’s lineup will include country, Texas Tejano, jazz and more. The three-day fest will also have carnival rides, a kids’ area with family-friendly activities, a food court, beer gardens, arts and crafts and other vendors, and more. On Friday, get an all-you-can-ride carnival pass for $15 per person.

The 8th annual Main Street Fest celebrates the fun, festive, family atmosphere of Grand Prairie with three nights of live music, novelty shows, carnival rides, arts & crafts, a business expo, food and beer gardens, farmers market, Earth Day KidZone and more.

Music headliners include the Casey Donahew Band (Friday 10 p.m.), Tyler Farr (Saturday 10 p.m.) and Grupo Siggno (Sunday at 6:30 p.m.) Also performing are Jason Boland & the Straggler, Kody West and the Tejas Brothers.

Admission to Main Street Fest is free. There is a fee for some activities.
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