in Arlington, TX
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Arlington Bass Classic
6300 W Arkansas Ln
Arlington, TX 76016 Directions
Enter the Arlington Bass Classic in April for grand prizes and drawings. Contestants may fish anywhere on tournament waters available to the public and accessible by boat, except areas posted or otherwise designated as off-limits. Kayak and shore fishing are allowed, registered as individual competitors. Only artificial lures may be used for fishing. No live bait is permitted. Only 1 rod at a time, per fisherman may be used.
Cardboard Boat Regatta
1800 E Lamar Blvd
Arlington, TX 76006 Directions
One of Arlington's most popular annual events is the Cardboard Boat Regatta. Yes, that's real cardboard that all of these vessels are made out of, and the crowds show up in droves to see who will sink and who will stay afloat this time around.
It is sponsored by River Legacy Parks, and teams explore the characteristics of cardboard and the challenge it presents when constructed as a boat meant to stay afloat. And, thankfully, since not all cardboard boats float, there are plenty of rescue teams on hand for the event to safely return contestants back to shore.
Dallas Legends Ultimate Tailgate Party
1010 N Collins St
Arlington, TX 76011 Directions
You can always expect everything to be bigger in Texas and The Ultimate Tailgate Party in Dallas will exceed your expectations at their massive facility located right across from the amazing AT&T Stadium, with outdoor and indoor areas that routinely hosts more than 1000 people making it the only place to be for the Dallas Cowboys games, huge college match ups and every football event at the stadium.
Hailed as the "Ultimate Place to be, " this classic Tailgate Party regularly hosts world renowned chefs such as Wolfgang Puck to create Texas Tailgate Classics offered an all you can eat menu along with updated bar menus including unlimited beer, wines and sodas and a cash bar for cocktails and mixed drinks. Stunning DJs and surprise guests will truly make your tailgate party legendary.
Holiday Lights Parade
Arlington's Holiday Lights Parade is a family favorite. The city officially illuminates its Christmas tree and the event provides lots of family activities and entertainment provided free of charge. The celebration includes live music, free carriage rides, face painting and even free photos with Santa. Grab your eggnog and warm coat and get ready for some holiday cheer, North Texas style!
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration
Arlington's Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration takes place every January. There are plenty of activities planned at this festival, as well as live music, artwork from area students, and invited speakers that all pay homage to the life and mission of Dr. King. There is also an essay and artwork contest held in conjunction with the festivities.
Six Flags Holiday in the Park
2201 Rd to Six Flags St
Arlington, TX 76011 Directions
A Christmas treasure trove of comfort and joy awaits you and yours at Holiday in the Park during select days every November and December at Six Flags Over Texas. Enjoy the most magical time of the year filled with enchanting experiences that will help create special family fun outings with winter wonderland features and a variety of delightful and interactive activities to help capture the holiday spirit.
Bring in the festive time of year with dazzling lights, holiday entertainment, incredible thrill rides including Frosty Snowhill made of real snow, the Reindeer Meet & Greet, Christmas Karoake for the kids, and of course, a personal visit with Mr. Jolly himself, Santa Claus. Breathe in Christmas with your family and friends and experience the most wonderful and breathtaking time of the year at Six Flags.
Trees and Tees Annual Golf Tournament
7005 Golf Club Dr
Arlington, TX 76001 Directions
The Trees and Tees Annual Golf Tournament is slated every spring and its goal is to raise funds to enhance awareness and expand education of the environment in the Arlington community.
The host of the event, the Tierra Verde Golf Club, is one of the area's most visible examples of environmental sensitivity, as the staff and management at the club utilize eco-friendly methods of maintaining the golf course. The tournament's ultimate goal is to underscore the ecological and economical benefits to maintaining a successful enterprise in a way that is good for our planet.
Whataburger Basketball Tournament
6108 Broadway Ave
Haltom City, TX 76117 Directions
Encounter rich Texas sports history by watching first-hand the famous Whataburger Basketball Tournament in three Fort Worth venues: the 5,000-seat W.G. Thomas Coliseum of Birdville, the 1,500-seat gym at Haltom High School, and the 2,200-seat gym at Saginaw High School where 48 teams from far and wide attract more than 30,000 spectators and scouts from across Texas and beyond every December.
The Tournament has provided a national spotlight for players that went on to professional careers with the NBA. Sports Illustrated has dubbed the Tournament one of the US high school tournaments where nearly 600 basketball players showcase their abilities in front of scouts from some of the nation’s top colleges in three days. History and heart-stopping competition all come to life in one awe-inspiring tournament.
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