Will you be in town in Dallas, during the month of June? If you’re looking for some fun events and activities to check out, here are five that the staff at our InTown Suites Dallas properties recommend.
- Texas Rangers Baseball Game
Baseball fan? You’re in luck! The Texas Rangers MLB Team will be playing lots of home games at the Globe Life Ballpark in Arlington this June. There is nothing better than kicking back with a beer and a bag of peanuts and watching America’s favorite sport. The Rangers always draw a crowd so there’s sure to be great people watching.
June’s Home Game Schedule
June 3-5 -Texas Rangers vs Baltimore Orioles
June 6-9 – Texas Rangers vs Cleveland Indians
June 10-11 – Texas Rangers vs Miami Marlins
June 24-26 –Texas Rangers vs Detroit Tigers
June 27-29 – Texas Rangers vs Minnesota Twins
2. Mama Mia!
The insanely popular Broadway musical (and major motion picture) Mama Mia! is coming to Dallas in June. The musical will be performed at the Music Hall at Fair Park from June 3-15. Come and see a play about a small Greek wedding that is set to all of your favorite ABBA songs.
3. Dog Day Afternoon
If you love dogs, do yourself a favor and head to Flag Pole Hill on June 7, for the 20th Annual Dog Day Afternoon. See all kinds of dogs (and their owners), watch competitions and enjoy some good food and live music. Best of all, admission is free!
4. Food Truck Friday
Everyone loves the delicious and affordable cuisine that food trucks provide, but in a city as big as Dallas, it can be maddening trying to track one down. Luckily, on Friday, food trucks are a little easier to find. Each Friday in June, there will be a selection of some of the best food trucks from around the city, parked at 2736 Routh Street, in Uptown Dallas. From Cuban, to Mexican, to Grilled Cheese, the selection is always different and always delicious.
5. JFK Tour
Every day in June, Dallas City Tours offers a 1.5 hour bus tours around the city. If it’s your first time visiting Dallas, their main tour is a great way to help you get your bearings in the city. If you’re already familiar with the city, or are a political junkie, take their JFK tour. You’ll follow the same route that President John F. Kennedy took the day he was assassinated.
We hope to see you at one of our Dallas Properties this June!