Bring the kids and the entire family to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s special Halloween performance of Monsters of Film Music!
This family-friendly Halloween concert features selections from Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Ghostbusters and other spook-tacular hits. Wear your favorite costume and arrive early in the lobby for contests, arts & crafts, an instrument petting zoo and more Halloween fun!
She Is Dallas Info: The Monsters of Film Music performance will take place at the Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora Street in Dallas. The event will take place on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 2:30 pm. For tickets or more information, please call 214-692-0203 or visit the Dallas Symphony Orchestra website. You can also follow the DSO on Facebook or Twitter.
Stop by One Arts Plaza before or after you attend the concert and enjoy the Fall Block Party. There will be live jazz music by Hunter Sullivan and his band, a Halloween Dog Costume contest, a Farmer’s Market for fresh produce, as well as specialty food and craft vendors.
I’ve heard that one of the food vendors will even have Bacon Cotton Candy. Yep, that’s a new one!
The block party is located in the One Arts Plaza. It is free and open to the public from 12:00 – 4:00, Sunday October 30th.
Parking for the Meyerson:
Paid parking is $10 in the Hall Arts Center Garage. The main entrance to the Hall Arts Center Garage (formerly Dallas Arts District Garage) is on Ross Avenue, near the intersection of Ross Avenue and Leonard Street. One Arts Plaza also offers $5 event parking in the evenings.
Valet parking is located at both the Main Entrance on Flora Street as well as the Underground Valet Circle off of Pearl Street. You may also enter from the service road of Woodall Rodgers. The cost for valet is $20.
Public Transportation – There is a DART bus stop at Pearl and Ross, one block away from the Meyerson Symphony Center. The nearest DART Rail stop is at Pearl and Bryan Streets, about three blocks away. DART’s Red, Blue and Green Lines stop at Pearl and Bryan Streets. For more information on using public transportation to get to the Meyerson Symphony Center, see the DART website.