Ladies and Gentlemen, step right up!

The Dallas Chocolate Festival is coming to the F.I.G. in Downtown Dallas

There will be demos, classes, and of course the Greatest Chocolate On Earth!

Event Schedule

(click on the dates or icons above for more details about each event.)

Ticket Information

Tickets on sale now!
VIP Tickets for Saturday are SOLD OUT
10:00AM Saturday entry time tickets are SOLD OUT
Tickets still available for 11:30, 1:00 and 2:30
Skip the line, get your tickets online before you come!

 

Parking Info

Please be aware due to a large downtown Dallas 5K event street closures will directly impact your ability to access the F.I.G. between the hours of 9:00am – 11:30am.  As a reminder, your event tickets are valid for anytime after the registered entrance time.
DART rail lines will not be effected by street closures, consider using DART as an alternative option before 11:30am.
Streets effected will be:
  • Young Street between Griffin and Harwood
  • Harwood between Young and Woodall Rodgers
  • Woodall Rodgers between Harwood and Field
  • Field/Griffin between Woodall Rodgers and Wood St/Young St

DallasChocolate.org has partnered with the North Texas Food Bank to collect baking supplies for victims of Hurricane Harvey.  We’ll have a collection station at the Dallas Chocolate Festival on September 8th and 9th at the Fashion Industry Gallery (the F.I.G.). Help spread joy by donating any of the items below when you attend the Dallas Chocolate Festival.

We are collecting:

Flour
Sugar (white, brown, confectioner’s)
Spices
Salt
Cocoa Powder
Chocolate Chips
Baking Power and Baking Soda
Boxed Cake Mix
Boxed Brownie Mix

Monetary donations will also be accepted.  Non-perishable items only.  No glass, please.

Event Sponsors

Featured Vendors

2017 Participants

Exhibitor list is subject to change.

2016 Recap

Check out the video recap of the 2016 festival to see what it’s all about.  The 2017 festival is going to be bigger and better than ever.  Even better, we’ll be celebrating all things chocolate in the heart of Dallas’ Arts District at the F.I.G. (Fashion Industry Gallery).

More information coming soon.