ABOUT FAIR PARK
Located just two miles east of Downtown Dallas, Fair Park is the largest historical landmark in Texas and boasts one of the nation's largest collections of 1930s art and architecture. The 277-acre campus is home to the State Fair of Texas, museums, Cotton Bowl Stadium, an outdoor amphitheater, Music Hall at Fair Park (Broadway shows, ballet, opera), and over one thousand events each year.
ABOUT FAIR PARK FIRST
In January 2019, Fair Park First, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, assumed management of Fair Park from the City of Dallas in partnership with OVG360. As an organization, Fair Park First’s primary goals are to improve this world-class park, entertainment, and cultural campus, and the community’s access to it by upholding our four pillars:
Fair Park First's Four Pillars:
History - It is our duty to uphold and promote the historic integrity of Fair Park, a National Historic Landmark. We are diligent to preserve and build upon that rich legacy and create something meaningful for future generations.
Community - The community shows a deep appreciation for those directly impacted by the work being done, as well as sensitivity towards the wants, needs, and concerns of the surrounding South Dallas neighborhood and DFW metroplex.
Activation - Activation speaks to your mission to restore the energy of Fair Park outside of the State Fair and bring events year-round to the Fairgrounds.
Culture - Cultural institutions have always called Fair Park home. We are sensitive to the needs of existing institutions but are looking to bring in more innovative partnership opportunities.
To learn more about Fair Park, visit fairparkdallas.com.
To learn more about Fair Park First, visit fairparkfirst.org.