The Dallas Arboretum Cool Thursday Concert Series is a popular annual event.
Held at the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage and Lawn area overlooking White Rock Lake, nearly 2,000 guests come to hear local cover bands every Thursday evening from late April through the end of June. The series takes a break in the warmest months of July and August, then gets “back in the swing” in September and October.
Each concert will introduced by a local media personality. So…
Mark your calendar for October 6th. I am happy to announce that I will be the guest emcee for the October 6th Emerald City concert!!!
Adults $27 (Members -$17)
Seniors $25 (Member Senior -$15)
Child 3 to 12 $10
Group Tickets $25 per person
Season passes for 9 Fall concerts for $144 ($108 for members.
Groups of 15 or more may purchase tickets to the Cool Thursdays Concert Series for a discount of $2 off the non-member price.
All concerts sell out, so get tickets early.
Gates open at 6 p.m. Concerts are from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the spring/summer and 7-9 p.m. in the Fall. Concerts are perfect for everyone as all ages can have a great time. (No pets, unfortunately.)
What to bring:
Guests are encouraged to bring picnic baskets, ice chests and coolers with their choice of favorite snacks and drinks. And some of Dallas’ favorite food trucks will also be on site for food and beverage purchase. Alcoholic drinks are permitted to be brought on site but will not be available for purchase from food vendors.
Guests may bring blankets and low to the ground lawn chairs.
Should Dallas be having a weather event, a determination will be made to move or cancel a concert by 3 p.m. on the day of the concert. Check the Dallas Arboretum homepage or Facebook page for updates.
About The Dallas Arboretum:
The Dallas Arboretum, comprised of 66 acres, is located at 8525 Garland Road. Explore the many other events and learning opportunities at the Arboretum, from classes in photography, art and more to lectures by noted authors to kids camps in the summer. Upcoming holidays, like Mother’s Day and July 4, will feature special attractions like music, face painting and more. The Rory Meyers Children’s Garden is one of the premier, educational children’s gardens in America, designed to teach Earth science lessons in a hands-on atmosphere of beauty and play. The Children’s Garden is 8 acres with 150 different activities for kids.