The Half Dozen

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Illustration by Cecilia Secaira
  1. Oktoberfest in Addison –  Start your fall off right at the Addison Oktoberfest this week, Sept. 16-19! Enjoy German entertainers in authentic costume, Bavarian folk dance, music, a variety of German sausage, sauerkraut, strudel, pretzels and more. Tickets start at $10 on the Addison Oktoberfest website.  
  2. 35th Annual GrapeFest – Enjoy a Texas wine experience at the Historic Downtown Grapevine featuring wines from Napa California and Barossa Valley of Southern Australia. This event also offers festival fun and live music for all ages to enjoy. It will take place Sept. 16-19. Admission is free on Thursday, and $10 for adults on Friday-Sunday. 
  3. Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare Dallas presents “Romeo and Juliet” at the Samuell-Grand Amphitheater, the timeless tragedy of two star-crossed lovers whose deaths lead to the reconciliation of their feuding families. This production will be in theaters until Oct. 16. Get tickets starting at $20. 
  4. Immersive Van Gogh – Immerse yourself in a digital art experience that brings Van Gogh’s works to life. This interactive museum evokes emotion through music, movement, light, and Van Gogh’s art. Admission starts at $39.99. Get your tickets up until Oct. 31.
  5.  19th Annual Dallas Fan Expo- Join fellow fans at Texas’ largest sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming expo as Hollywood’s biggest names make special appearances. This event will be held at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center on Sept. 17-19. Admission starts at $30.
  6. Dallas Symphony- This concert will bring the works of Copland and Brahms to life. Copland’s Organ Symphony was inspired by poems by Walt Whitman and the works of Tchaikovsky. Come see these masterpieces between Sept. 16-19 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, tickets start at $36.

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