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Dallas Blooms 2020, Dallas Texas, USA

February 29 - April 12

Dallas Blooms


Held at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden and one of the largest floral festivals in the US Southwest, Dallas Blooms has been ranked as one of the top 14 places to see spring flowers in the world.

With more than 100 types of bulbs exploding with colour before your eyes, half a million blooms, and a variety of other spring flowers, you are sure to be amazed by this colourful floral extravaganza. Be sure to check out the Dallas blooms at the Arboretum.

Sounds of Spring at Dallas Blooms

Sounds of Spring is the theme for the 2020 festival. For this, there will be six topiaries with each one representing an instrument – a piano, harp, violin, saxophone, guitar and bass – as well as a couple of musicians. Allied to this will be a series of cookery classes, and wine and beer pairings, book signings, as well as live entertainment.

Dallas Arboretum
Spectacular blooms at the Dallas Arboretum

There will also be a series of events specific to Easter, making this a great event to bring the kids along to.

Commencing the festival on 29 February will be the Dallas Blooms Kickoff Weekend and Blooms, Boots and BBQ fest in the main garden. This will feature line dancing lessons from the SMU Mustang Mavericks, and a These Boots are Made for Walking contest where the competitor with the most interesting pair of boots will strut off with a prize of four tickets for a concert.

Live music will feature the Lake Highlands Wranglers on the Saturday.

Dallas is not the only place to see spring blooms, read our previews of the Cherry Blossom Season Japan, and the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington DC.

When is Dallas Blooms?

29 February to 12 April 2020.

Where is Dallas Blooms?

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Dallas, Texas, US.

Dallas Blooms Tickets

Details of how to purchase tickets for the festival can be found here.

Other Things to Do in Dallas Texas

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Home of the Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Mavericks, there is plenty to visit apart from sport, and flowers.

Browse through antique shops and art galleries in the Design District a couple of miles from the city centre, enjoy the nightlife of former warehouse district Deep Ellum now throbbing with live music and cool bars, or lunch in food heaven Trinity Groves in West Dallas.

Visit the recently opened Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, a solemn reminder of our tragic past.

History buffs can visit Dealey Plaza, where JFK was assassinated, or take the Bonnie and Klyde tour. Alternatively soap enthusiasts can head out of town to Southfork Ranch, where JR and the Ewing clan supposedly resided.

For ideas on further things to do in Dallas, click here.

Flights to Dallas Texas

Dallas Love Field airport, some six miles northwest of the city, was the main airport, until Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the headquarters of American Airlines, was opened in 1974. The latter has connections to Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Madrid, Montreal, Ontario, Qatar, Sydney, Toronto and Vancouver.

Hotels in Dallas Texas

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Further information on Dallas Blooms 2020

For everything there is to know about the festival, click here.



February 29
April 12
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Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
8525 Garland Road
Dallas,75218United States
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