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Oct
7
9:00 AM09:00

Dog Days of Denton 2017

Dogs and their humans annually flock to Dog Days of Denton for a day dedicated to man's best friend. Enjoy a fashion show of canine couture, live music, a variety of contests and demonstrations by dogs and their trainers. The family-friendly event is full of delicious food as well as all kinds of products and services for your four-legged companion. Grab a bite and head to one of the quirky activities your pup is sure to love.

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Sep
16
to Sep 17

Denton Blues Festival 2017

The Denton Blues Festival sets the stage for one of the best ways to hear blues music in North Texas. A town dedicated to its musical reputation, Denton provides two days of exceptional blues acts in a family-friendly outdoor setting. If you need to take a break from the spellbinding guitar solos, browse through numerous local vendors offering one-of-a-kind arts and crafts.

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Sep
9
9:00 AM09:00

Denton Main Street Arts & Autos Extravaganza

The Denton Arts & Autos Extravaganza features an excellent selection of hot rods, classics, custom cars, trucks and motorcycles. However, the festival is not just for automobile lovers; there are also interactive arts, crafts and games as well as antiques. Items for sale and display range from clocks to decorations to jewelry. There is something for every member of the family as the festival offers a variety of entertainment, activities and shopping.

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Aug
18
to Aug 26

North Texas Fair and Rodeo 2017

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The college town of Denton in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is where the North Texas Fair and Rodeo takes place. This is a combination competition/standard Texas fair, meaning there is plenty of live music, barbecue, carnival rides, games and a parade, but also livestock shows and competitions in food, beauty, art and, of course, rodeo. This is a major festival in the area, drawing over 100,000 people for its nine days each year, and all proceeds go to funding scholarships and community initiatives. It’s also quite a storied event, with roots all the way back to 1927.

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