2017 Historic Downtown Plano Association Event Calendar

Get ready for another year full of art, music, shopping, drinking and eating – lots and lots of eating – in the downtown Plano arts district. The Historic Downtown Plano Association (HDPA) has released its event schedule for 2017. Detailed information will be released prior to each event, but go ahead and mark your calendars now.

March 3

Chips 4th Annual Charity Poker Tournament
Chips is a night of high-stakes and entertainment benefiting the Downtown Plano Arts District.
Find more info here.

3rd annual CHIPS // photo Nicole Forzano

April-December, second Thursday of the month

Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk presented by Plano Magazine
The Art & Wine Walk is a sip and shop event where participants get to sample selected wines throughout the arts district while enjoying live music and curated art exhibitions.
Find more info here.

Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk presented by Plano Magazine // photo courtesy HDPA

April 22-23

Plano Artfest
Plano Artfest is a free community event that brings together the best creative talent North Texas has to offer, ranging from artisan craftsmen to street buskers. Saturday will see a return of the popular Chalk It Up contest.

2016’s Plano Artfest // photo Jennifer Shertzer

June 4

Night out on 15th
Downtown Plano’s outdoor dining event features a 300-ft-long table down the middle of 15th Street where arts district chefs will serve a 5-course meal paired with select beer, wine and spirits.

Night out on 15th // photo Supreme Dream Photography

June-August, last Saturday of the month

Movies in the Park
Movies in the Park is a free, family-friendly outdoor movie series held in Haggard Park.

Movies in the Park // photo Jennifer Shertzer

October 20-21

Steinfest is an Oktoberfest-style event that celebrates outstanding beer, great food and the right kind of polka music.

Steinfest 2016 // photo Jennifer Shertzer

This list only includes events that are organized by the Historic Downtown Plano Association. Event dates are subject to change.  Subscribe to Plano Magazine emails or follow Historic Downtown Plano Association to stay updated.

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