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Go Oak Cliff presents Bastille on Bishop

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Go Oak Cliff presents Bastille on Bishop

Time: July 14, 2019 from 5pm to 11pm
Location: Bishop Arts District
Street: 408 NB. Bishop Avenue
City/Town: Dallas, TX 75208
Website or Map: https://www.prekindle.com/eve…
Event Type: festival
Organized By: promotional support provided by UptownJazzDallas.com
Latest Activity: Jul 6

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Tickets: $18 to $40

An annual festival in the heart of the Bishop Arts District that celebrates Oak Cliff's unique French roots.

Bastille Day is the perfect occasion for you to don your best beret and join your friends for a little champagne and dancing in the streets!

Bastille Day is the French National Holiday that celebrates the storming of the Bastille—a military fortress and prison—on July 14, 1789, in an uprising that helped usher in the French Revolution. 

This Oak Cliff festival is free, thanks to our sponsors! Your only expense is what you eat, drink, or buy when shopping in Bishop Arts, or in the pop-up market! If you haven't visited the shops in Bishop Arts, please take a spin to see them. To consume alcoholic beverages at the festival, you must have one of our event wine glasses.

Ticket packages come with a wine glass and tokens, which can be redeemed for either beverages or food. Cocktails, beer, and wine require 1 token. Most food requires just 1 token as well.

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