Reunion Lawn Party is Back!


The return of Reunion Tower’s summer series event is upon us. Last summer was the inaugural year for Reunion Lawn Party and due to popularity, it will return again! Starting Saturday, June 25 and continuing on the last Saturday of each month through August, Reunion Lawn Party will take place on the lawn of Reunion Tower. The event is FREE to the public and features live music, food trucks and lawn games from 6:30-10:30 p.m.

With some of the most delicious food trucks in town rolling up to Reunion Lawn Party, attendees can enjoy a wide variety of local fare ranging from pizza to lobster to Cajun dishes. The Nodding Donkey will also be back offering up frosty brews and wine. And don’t be surprised if you see one of your favorite Dallas pro sports team taking over the lawn, similar to the Mavs Takeover that took place August 2015.

Of course, music will be the heart of this summer event with some of Dallas’ favorite cover party bands. Partygoers are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. Hay bales and picnic benches are available, but limited to first come first served. In between food truck tastings and live music, attendees can also rent lawn games (at no charge) from the game tent, including horseshoes and beanbag toss. There will also be a special light show featured on “The Ball” of Reunion Tower.

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