Frequently Asked Questions
The Taste of Grand Prairie is Thursday, September 29th, 2016 from 4:00pm – 8:30pm.
4:00pm – 5:00pm Senior Citizens Hour
5:00pm – 8:30pm Open to the Public
$10 – Adults
$5 – Students (K-12)
$5 – Senior Citizens (55+)
FREE – Kids 5 years and under
$25 – Family Pack (2 Adults, 2 Senior or Student Tickets)
$5 – Unlimited Rides Wristband
o Your admission ticket is the only required fee.
o ALL food and drink samples are FREE.
o Beer and Soft Drinks will be available for purchase.
o Crafter booths will have their wares for sale if you wish to purchase.
o Alcoholic beverage sales end thirty minutes prior to closing. No Alcoholic beverages may enter or leave the grounds.
o A Unlimited Rides Wristband can be purchased for $5 for the kids to ride all the rides they want all evening!
Yes, strollers and wheelchairs are allowed. This is a family-friendly event.
Animals or pets other than service dogs, coolers, lawn chairs, laser pointers, illegal weapons, bicycles, roller-blades, or skateboards may not be brought onto the event grounds. Strollers, children’s wagons, and wheelchairs are allowed.
Taste of Grand Prairie is a rain-or-shine event. All booths are covered either by the concourse or by a pop-up tent.
o For the Kids: There will be rides for the children to ride on. An ‘Unlimited Rides Wristband’ can be purchased for only $5!
o For the Adults: There will be a Public Silent Auction benefiting the Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Program of Work’.
No! Parking is FREE!
o Please contact Nicole Wegienka, Director of Special Events and Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org
An official photographer will be taking photos throughout the festival grounds so patrons attending the event may be pictured in event marketing materials.
“Traders Village opened in Grand Prairie, Texas in 1973. Millions of people have browsed, shopped and traded within the 160 acres filled with thousands of dealers offering a little bit of everything, all at bargain prices. Only at Traders Village can you stroll through literally thousands of shops, wheel and deal with the shop owners themselves and get the bargain of a lifetime. From paper clips to bulldozers, on any given weekend, you can find it at Traders Village.”
Traders Village is handicap accessible. There will be picnic tables to sit at. Wheelchairs, electric carts and baby strollers are NOT available for rent.
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