Outdoor activities are plentiful this weekend, with concerts, markets and a soccer tournament taking center stage.
Friday, July 9
CityLine Night Market has more than 25 booths featuring local, handmade and vintage wares, along with live music. The socially distanced shopping experience, brought to you by CityLine and The Boho Market, takes place 6-10 p.m. at CityLine Plaza, a short walk from CityLine/Bush Station on the Red Line.
Saturday, July 10
The Boho Market at Klyde Warren Park sets the pop-up makers market against the backdrop of downtown Dallas. Some of the area’s best local artisans and curio vendors will be on hand to get your Saturday off to a lively start. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can get to the park on the M-Line Trolley or walk a few blocks north from St. Paul Station, accessible by all four DART Rail lines.
Denton Drive LIVE! Concert in the Grove takes place in Farmers Branch with a high-energy bill: Canta Rhythm & Brass, and headliners Bidi Bidi Banda – an Austin-based Selena tribute band comprised of heavy hitters from that city’s legendary music scene. Remember the Queen of Tejano Music at this free concert from 6-10 p.m. at The Grove at Mustang Station, adjacent to Farmers Branch Station on the Green Line.
The DFW Asian-American Soccer Tournament takes place Saturday and Sunday in Garland’s Winter Park. With 32 teams coming from 15 states, it’s the largest Asian-American soccer tournament in the U.S. Bus Route 402 will put you about a 10-minute walk away.
Ryan Glenn, a singer whose songs combine smart lyrics with infectious rhythms, performs live this evening at Plano’s McCall Plaza. Blues rocker Griffin Holtby opens at 7 p.m. The concert is free. The outdoor venue is in the heart of the Downtown Plano Arts District, where you’ll find plenty to do before and after the performances. McCall Plaza is located a block from the Red Line’s Downtown Plano Station on 15th Street.
Sunday, July 11
"Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants" is a special exhibit of 43 paintings by President George W. Bush that spotlight the inspiring journeys of America’s immigrants and the contributions they make to the life and prosperity of our nation. The special exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum also takes an in-depth look at the many issues surrounding the immigration debate in our country. Timed tickets must be purchased online in advance. You can get the George W. Bush Presidential Center on the Museum Express (Bus Route 743) departing from SMU/Mockingbird Station. Bus Route 521 departs also will get you within a couple of blocks.