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Kick-off the Season November 20 at Knox Street’s Holiday Celebration

Featuring festive neighborhood sip and shop activations, and a holiday pop-up park.
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The community is invited to kick off the most wonderful time of the year at Knox Street’s Holiday Celebration on Saturday, November 20, from 10 AM – 6 PM. Experience more than 30 festive activations and offers at neighborhood restaurants and shops, explore Knox Street’s Holiday Pop-Up Park and contemporary retail pop-up shops next to Village Baking Co., and enjoy live entertainment throughout the day, including reindeer from 10 AM – 12 PM. Don’t miss the event finale featuring a musical performance by The Concert Truck with Dallas Symphony Orchestra musicians at 4:30 PM as Knox Street’s holiday lights turn on for the first time this season!

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Shop and experience live entertainment at Knox Street’s Pop-Up Park, located at 3311 Knox Street, from 10 AM – 6 PM, and peruse retail pop-ups, including Dallas Silk Art, Katie Kime, Madison McKinley Designs, Mignonne Gavigan, and The BURU Bus, in addition to North Texas Food Bank’s Harvest Pop-Up Shop.

Courtesy of Knox Street

Dine and enjoy festive specials at numerous Knox Street restaurants decked out with holiday decor, and sip and shop at stores throughout the neighborhood. From Oak & Eden whiskey tastings beginning at 1 PM – 3 PM at Ann & Sid Mashburn and holiday spirits at STAG Provisions with Balcones Texas Whisky, to shopping while sipping SPRKL Prosecco Rosé at Planet Bardot and gift wrapping at Paper Source.

Courtesy of Knox Street

Stop by Knox Street participating stores for a holiday map handout and find the full listing of festivities at www.knoxstreetdallas.com.

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