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Garland's Festival Season Kicks Off

A Weekend of Music, Art, and Celestial Wonders

Springtime in Garland kicked off with a bang this past weekend as Downtown Garland Square hosted a trio of dynamic events, drawing in crowds eager to immerse themselves in a whirlwind of festivities. From live music to captivating art displays and even a celestial spectacle, there was something for everyone to enjoy against the backdrop of the bustling downtown scene.

Music Made Here with Ian Moore and Robert Miller

Music lovers flocked to the Downtown Garland Square for "Music Made Here," featuring the talents of Ian Moore and Robert Miller. The ambiance of Downtown Garland under the stars provided the perfect setting for a romantic date night, accompanied by sumptuous meals from local eateries and the soul-stirring melodies of these talented musicians.

Big Art Day

The energy continued as Garland's annual spring arts festival, "Big Art Day," took center stage, showcasing a vibrant array of creativity. Attendees delighted in exploring art cars, browsing the eclectic offerings of the Nado Nado! Art Market, and indulging in live entertainment. The event culminated with a performance by Decades and a dazzling light show.

Total Eclipse of the Square

The weekend's highlight was the "Total Eclipse of the Square," where spectators gathered to witness a rare celestial event. Blankets were spread, telescopes were set up, and specialty eclipse drinks flowed as the community came together to experience the magic. Live music by Up the Creek and delectable box lunches from local restaurants added to the festive atmosphere.

The word is out! Downtown Garland is the place to be for art, culture, and unforgettable experiences. If you missed out on the fun, don't worry – you can stay up-to-date with future events by visiting our online calendar at
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