Due to high demand, Dallas Pride  organizers announced today that officials at Fair Park have been able to provide addition space for vendors during the Miller Lite Music Festival at Fair Park on June 1.

“We are almost at 150 spaces already, which is the biggest we have ever had by far, but we hope to add even more and make this the biggest festival ever by a wide mile,” Pride Committee member Adam Lynn said Friday afternoon.

But remember that even with the extra spaces being added, vendor booth space is limited. So, if you want a booth for your business or organization, visit DallasPride.org/registration now to register or to get more information.

The festival is the first day of the 2019 Dallas Pride weekend celebration and is being held at Fair Park. Admission is free for children under 12, $5 for those ages 13-18 and $10 for those ages 18 and older. Get your tickets in advance here.

The 36th annual Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade will be held the next day, Sunday, June 2. Admission to the parade is free.

Parking at Fair Park is $10, but the DART Rail Green Line does go to the park. You can pay for parking for the day in advance here.