Located in the heart of Dallas, Klyde Warren Park is a treasure that draws the public to its open space and enticing amusements daily. The Park is the ideal venue for a variety of public and private events. Situated between two of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods, the Arts District and Uptown, the Park offers a magnificent view of downtown Dallas’ rich architecture and dramatic skyline in a serene setting perfect for all types of events and special gatherings. Klyde Warren Park was created to enrich the city by serving as a green space for social, cultural, and civic events.
To explore hosting an event in Klyde Warren Park, download and review the Event Planning Guide (PDF) which includes detailed instructions. The first step in the process of scheduling an event in the Park is to apply for a permit.
For more information about our temporary event space, Pop Up in the Park. Click here.
The Park is perfect for
The Park has room for both large and small stages to host concerts of all sizes, working with premier audio-visual providers for a stellar experience.
We are set up to reserve a portion of the Park to cater to you on your special day.
Hosting a happy hour, catered event, team building activity, or outdoor picnic for you and your company is a perfect networking opportunity.
Children’s Birthday Parties
Let your kids and guests splash and play at the Park while celebrating a special occasion or birthday.
Product Launches and Activations
Setting up your custom booth, table, or exhibit in the Park provides maximum exposure in the heart of the city.
Klyde Warren Park is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. All visitors must comply with posted rules and directions from Park personnel. An individual or group can freely visit the Park without a permit. A permit is required for a public event if you intend to:
- Reserve an area of the Park at a particular time
- Affix anything to Park property or set up a table
- Bring in and employ a structure larger than 4’ x 4’
- Sell or advertise a product or service on Park grounds
- Use amplified sound