Ticket Giveaway: Seven Pairs to the Dallas Arboretum’s Chihuly Nights

The Dallas Arboretum is always a beautiful and scenic place to visit, but if you go right now you’ll be treated to a dazzling display of illuminated, blown-glass sculptures installed throughout the 66-acre grounds. Artist Dale Chihuly’s works are showcased in more than 200 museum collections worldwide, and one of his largest ever outdoor exhibitions is at the Arboretum.

Chihuly Nights features special effects lighting and awe-inspiring glass in 15 different locations of the Arboretum, and it lights up every Monday through Thursday in October from 6-10 p.m. You can also check it out on Thursday, November 1st and Monday, November 5th. As of now, all tickets are sold out. But lucky for you, we have seven pairs of tickets to give away to anyone who can answer this question: what was the name of the school Dale Chihuly co-founded in 1971?

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  • robert west

    My wife cried when she found out the exhibit was sold out. This is my chance to be a hero for her.

  • Emily

    I cried too, have the tickets been awarded yet?

  • Barbara

    I have an out-of town friend coming in for the exhibit.

  • Mary Jane

    They are all sold out! I am hoping for just one ticket!

  • Ruth W

    I am so sad they are sold out. Anniversary plans ruined … I literally tried buying on Thursday 🙁
    Hopefully we get lucky!

  • Rachel


  • Kari Wiedeman

    Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State

  • Joanne

    My husband recently retired and is dying to go. I can’t get tickets because it’s sold out. Please help me make his retirement special 🙂

  • Camille

    It’s my 48th birthday on Wednesday and I wanted to go see the exhibit – I missed it in AZ, and we just moved here 3 weeks ago!! So sad!!! Please…..just 2 tix!

  • Rachel

    When will the winners be announced?

  • MM

    My husband and I just moved to Dallas and we live walking distance from the gardens. We have been planning to attend this for a while now. We are just devistated that it is sold out. Dallas is so wonderful and full of art and music. It is very unfortunate that we didn’t plan in advance.

  • Robert Fowler

    I have been out of town working for the last few months and this would be my only chance to see it.