Its officially the festive season to celebrate all that is Mardi Gras! From food to music to parades and more, we’ve rounded up some Mardi Gras + Fat Tuesday events happening within this next week!

Updated February 2022



2/25: Go Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Masquerade with sips, bites & live brass music / Oak Cliff (ticketed)


2/25 - 3/1: Harvest Hall collect beads and come back on 3/1 for half priced hurricanes, zydeco music & activities / Grapevine (free)


2/26: Booty's Street Food: Mardi Gras Mambo burlesque show / Deep Ellum (ticketed) 


2/26: Daq's Rhythm & Booze Brunch and 2/27 Sunday Service Brunch with live music, king pancakes, drink specials, masks & beads / multiple (free)


2/26: Hotel Crescent Court Mardi Gras Jazz Brunch / Uptown (ticketed)


2/26: Legacy Food Hall Mardi Party with live jazz, crawfish, king cakes, hurricanes & more / Plano (ticketed)


2/26: Manna Juice Bar NOLA inspired trap yoga with free alcohol-infused Pina colada ice cream / Fort Worth (ticketed)


2/26 - 2/27: Pegasus City Brewery Mardi Gras Weekend with live music, cajun food pop-ups, costumes, king cakes, face painting & beer specials / Downtown (free)


2/27: Downtown McKinney 20th annual Krewe of Barkus Mardi Gras dog parade / McKinney (free)


2/27: Go Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Parade along Davis Street / Oak Cliff (free)


2/27: Grandscape free Mardi Gras Party & ticketed crawfish boil jam packed with activities / The Colony


2/27: Krio Mardi Craw Pop-Up crawfish boil, bar & DJ / Bishop Arts (free)


3/1: Dallas Comedy Club Mardi-Haha Show, chef inspired apps & hurricanes / Deep Ellum (ticketed)


3/1: The Dubliner Fat Tuesday with live music / Lower Greenville (free)


3/1: Jaxon Beer Garden crawfish, drink specials, live music & more / Downtown (free)


3/1: Rex's Seafood & Market Fat Tuesday Crawfish Boil with live music, prizes and more / Downtown (ticketed)


3/1: Sundown at Granada Mardi Gras Mambo with live music & $5 hurricanes / Lower Greenville (free)


3/1: The Rustic Mardi Craw crawfish boil & live music / Uptown


(Photos courtesy of Go Oak Cliff)