Texas is one of the Spring Break capitals of the nation, but they don’t particularly head to Dallas to have some fun in the Texas sun.
No, they head for the Texas Gulf Coast, which will be packed with hoards of Spring Breakers looking to do nothing but party for a week. So if you want more of a city vibe for your Spring Break celebration, make a beeline to this larger-than-life city and experience the best events and places to check out and party, city style, in Dallas.
Spring Break Breakdown
Mar. 16 @ 6 p.m.
The Doors Clubs -- 2513 Main St., Dallas, TX 75226
To get your Spring Break in Dallas started off right, make sure you’re in attendance at this awesome concert. Here at the Spring Break Breakdown, you will be treated to the best music the Lone Star State has to offer, with performances from such Texas staples such as Laredo’s Taken By Tides to San Antonio’s Variance and more. It’s a night of Texas music, a night that you don’t want to miss out on.
International Food and Wine Fest
Mar. 16 @ 6 p.m.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens -- 8657 Garland Rd., Dallas, TX 75218
If Texas music isn’t your thing, then this food and wine festival should provide a night of fun. This will be the first year of the International Food and Wine Fest, a showcase of Dallas; world famous food and wine scene that you really shouldn’t miss out on. In addition to being among Dallas’ best chefs, this festival will have the backdrop of the Dallas Arboretum, one of the best gardens in America.
Six Flags Over Texas
2201 Road to Six Flags, Arlington, TX 76010
When you’re done listening to killer Texas music and sipping on some fine Texas wine, it will be time for some huge Texas thrills. That’s where Six Flags Over Texas comes in, as this theme park in the Texas-sized suburb of Arlington has a sturdy collection of some of America’s best roller coasters and rides. No doubt about it, Six Flags Over Texas will provide a full day of fun for your entire Spring Break crew.
2424 Swiss Ave., Dallas, TX 75204
When the day comes to a close, it will be time for Spring Breakers to head for church. Not your religious church, but The Church, one of Dallas’ best nightspots where the music will be pulsating through the speakers and the place will be packed with Spring Break revelers who don't want their vacation to end.