You can’t miss these DFW events this fall season

Tara Ansari, Staff Writer

From chili festivals, concerts, ice skating, all the way to train exhibits; this DFW fall season is bringing many entertaining activities for its fellow citizens. Are you ready for the full force of holiday seasons?


12 Days Of Christmas at the Dallas Arboretum- Opened Nov. 8

Go celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with Holiday at the arboretum. The arboretum will be open for special lighted nighttime showings, a variety of holiday music throughout the garden, and seasonal treats as well as hot beverages for children and adults to enjoy. The .75 mile walk through the garden exhibit includes hand crafted gazebos spread across this manmade winter wonderland.


NorthPark Train Exhibit- Opened Nov. 18

Tickets are 4$ for children and 7$ for adults.

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More than 750 rail cars zoom across huge configurations of tracks and crafted scenes. Bring kids and spend a day exploring this Dallas tradition that has been going on for the past thirty years.


Jingle Ball Concert – Nov. 28

The annual Jingle Ball Concert at the American Airlines Center will be held on Nov. 28. The lineup includes many well-known artists such as The Chainsmokers, Niall Horan, Kesha, Charlie Puth, Liam Payne, Hailee Steinfeld and more. If you are interested in attending, go get your tickets before they sell out!


ICE! At Gaylord – Opened Nov. 10

The Gaylord Texan Christmas celebration is coming your way. ICE! Featuring Santa Claus Is Coming To Town! Displays Santa’s Wild Workshop Snow Tubing, Glacier Glide Ice Skating, Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunts, Ice Slides, amazing decorations, warm hot chocolate, and much more!


Panther Island Ice- Nov. 18- Jan. 16

Panther Island is Fort Worth’s only outdoor ice skating rink. Visits from santa, seasonal music and food are planned for this thrilling event.