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Southlake Art in the Square – 8 Things to Anticipate

April 14th, 2016 | by The Update
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In just about a week, one of the best annual festivals in North Texas begins – Southlake Art in the Square. It’s three days of art, entertainment, fun and food – April 22-24.

We look forward to it every year. So we thought we’d get you psyched, too.

Here are 8 things to anticipate at this year’s festival:

1. Stephen Harmston and dozens of other thought-provoking artists.

Art in the Square has built as one of the top art festivals in the country. (Recognized as the #8 Fine Arts Festival in the United States by the Art Fair SourceBook in 2012.) You’ll find a friendly, relaxed vibe – and get to talk to many of the artists as you stroll the booths.

Stephen Harmston - Southlake Art in the Square

2. Country rocker Dallas Smith.

He takes the stage at 8:30 Saturday night. Don’t miss it.

Southlake Art in the Square - Dallas Smith

3. Little German Kitchen in Le Bistro dining area.

It’s not a festival without grilled sausages. Truth.

Art in the Square | Southlake, TX Town Square

4. Facepainting! Bounce houses! Colored hairspray do’s!

Art in the Square is a kid’s paradise. Find The Zone and Kids Korner. Fast.

Art in the Square | Southlake, TX Town Square

5. Jewelry. Tons of jewelry.

Art in the Square attracts wonderful jewelry artists. Like you need another reason to shop.

Wolfgang Vaatz - Southlake Art in the Square

6. That’s right, folks. It’s Escape.

A Journey tribute band. You’ll know all the words.

Art in the Square | Southlake, TX Town Square

7. Nurturing space for budding artists.

It’s not just for pro artists here. Carroll ISD students will exhibit their work, too. And they rock.

Southlake Art in the Square - Youth Artists

8. The Bellini & Margarita Tent.

After a day of this much fun, you deserve it.

Cool Off in Oak Cliff at the Margarita Meltdown Competition in the Bishop Arts District - Dallas Memorial Day

President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth Cultural District, Fort Worth-Mira Vista, Uptown, Lakewood, Southlake, The North, Ranch and Land, Ranch and Land West, and The Ballpark.  

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