Walk Through A Villiage Made of 3,000 Pumpkins In Dallas This Fall
It might not technically be fall yet, but it's never too early to start thinking about everything fall. The weather, the food, and the pumpkins! Pumpkin Nights Fest has announced that it's coming to Dallas in the fall, and bringing a village made up of over 3,000 pumpkins for you to enjoy!
Pumpkin Nights was created in 2016 to showcase local artists and celebrate the fall without all of the scary stuff. It started in Minnesota, and has become such a draw that it is now traveling across the country bringing local artists, foods, vendors together to celebrate the best time of the year. Stops include Dallas, Denver, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and Santa Rosa.
Their website states:
At PUMPKIN NIGHTS, you will venture along a half-mile walking path, where you’ll discover the Forbidden Pumpkin City, a pirate’s cove, and more fantastical lands built using over 3,000 hand-carved real and artificial pumpkins. The celebration continues with entertainment and games in Pumpkin Central, our festival area.
Pumpkin Nights will be hitting the DFW area starting October 10th and running through November 3rd at Howell Farms in Arlington. Tickets range from $16-$20 per person depending on age, and will be open from 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm.