Klyde Warren Park
The Festival of Joy -- also known as the Festival of Chariots or Ratha Yatra -- originates in ancient India, but is celebrated all over the world. This year, that includes Dallas. Expect live music, artistic performances, yoga, meditation and more, all in Klyde Warren Park.
March 30, April 1
Winspear Opera House
You’ve probably seen Ali Wong in her Netflix specials, like Baby Cobra and Hard Knock Wife. Now it’s time to see the stand-up comedian live on stage. Her tour precedes a Netflix movie she’ll star in this summer, and a book coming out this year. This show is in such demand that Wong added another date to the tour, so get tickets before they’re all gone.
Cost: Tickets start from $39.50.
Angelika Film Center Dallas
What’s your favorite 90s movie? The Angelika is throwing it back with some 90s cult classics, screened throughout the spring, including Fight Club and Clueless among others. Grab some popcorn, a drink and get ready to go back in time…
Support the Cedar Springs neighborhood by drinking wine -- it’s a win-win. Just buy your wine glass and then head off on the Cedar Springs Wine Walk, picking up free wine all night from all participating locations.