Events that have a musical component

Annual festival featuring vendors, arts and crafts, kid's activities, car show, bluebird tours, Miss Teen Bluebird pageant. 

Third annual Mother’s Day Concert with The Women’s Chorus of Dallas. The hour-long concert concludes with a live butterfly release in the Conservatory. $20-25. You can also purchase a butterfly to release for another $25, which includes a butterfly plant to take home.

Enjoy live music in a beautiful outdoor setting, overlooking White Rock Lake. The Dallas Arboretum's Spring/Summer Concerts in the Garden series runs April - July 4. See website for complete schedule.

Free event featuring Earthen Ware vendors (carved wood art, organic foods, handmade jewelry, etc.), environmental education booths, kids' crafts/entertainment, plant sale, hybrid car show and live music. Drop off usable household goods and clothing/shoes, household documents for secured shredding and bulky trash items at Town Center Elementary School parking lot (185 N. Heartz).

13th annual mardi gras texas style!  
28 bands * 5 stages * 1 day * saturday february 16, 2013
Fair Park Automobile Building
1010 First Ave
Dallas, Texas 75210

One of the largest Earth Day celebrations in the U.S., this annual free two-day festival showcases green vendors and organizations. Hours from 10 am to 6 pm. Parking is $10.

Annual green fest hosted by Greenfellows, featuring green vendors and entertainment.

Learn to make eco-friendly, handmade gifts for the holidays, including beauty products, decor, greeting cards and more. Free.

By Teresa McUsic
The fourth annual Ecofest Arlington, a free event to promote environmental awareness, will be held Saturday, Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Founders Plaza, 100 W. Abram St. in downtown Arlington. The event is expected to draw more than 10,000, according to a city official.
The festival will feature more than 40 vendors, who will spotlight their green products and services. Ecofest also will include free demonstrations, classes and kid-centered activities. Live entertainment will feature local bands performing at the outdoor Levitt Pavilion. Tap water will be available for free all day, while food and drinks from local restaurants will be on hand as well.
“This isn’t a city event, this is a regional event,” said Heather Dowell, parks and recreation urban forest land manager for Arlington. “We want everyone in North Texas to come.”
Arlington will give away 1,500 trees in 12 varieties on a first come first serve basis at the festival. Last year, 1,000 trees were gone within the first four hours, Dowell said.
Arlington residents also will be able to sign up for a $10 class in the city chambers for making their own rain barrel.

The Third Annual Texas State Veggie Fair will take place near downtown Dallas. Thousands from across the Metroxplex and beyond will gather to celebrate the benefits of a vegan lifestyle with entertainment, food and guest speakers.