The Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s Parade Festival is the largest parade in the Southwest. With a parade attendance of 125,000 + annually, the Granada Theater and Sundown at Granada are the first stops for thirsty patrons as they make their way down historic Greenville Avenue. The theater and its restaurant neighbor transform their respective buildings into St. Paddy’s party hot spots offering fun activities including live bands on two stages, reggae on the rooftop, karaoke, bull riding, DJs and more. Irish or not, a huge collection of Dallas denizens converge onto East Dallas for the biggest and best St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Texas.
Granada Theater and Sundown at Granada present a Cinco de Mayo celebration featuring notable music acts, beer specials and other fun stuff that help make this the ultimate fiesta. Every year a different act takes the stage to help celebrate this holiday in style. At Sundown at Granada, beer and food specials and several local music acts provide a fun atmosphere that all can enjoy. From open until close, there's plenty of Cinco de Mayo fun to be had!
The annual Bugs & Brews festival sees North Texas’ hungriest citizens join together to chow down on delicious crawfish at the ultimate music and crawfish festival. 2017’s event saw a lineup complete with some treasured and acclaimed regional favorites. Charley Crockett, The Tontons, Somebody’s Darling, Atlantis Aquarius, Gracy Spencer & The Work, Freeloaders, Club Wood, Big Ass Brass Band and End of The World Parade. The acts brought tunes to the Granada Theater parking lot throughout the day. As one of Dallas’ only crawfish boil and music mashups, its location in the historic Greenville Avenue neighborhood is the perfect backdrop for this all-day family-friendly festival. Guests can browse vendor tents, enjoy a private VIP area and there's plenty of fun activities for the kids, too.
Nobody celebrates Halloween on Lower Greenville quite like Granada Theater and Sundown at Granada. Armed with a combined 40+ years of music experience, the theater’s booking department always seeks to find acts that make 3524 and 3520 Greenville Avenue THE places to be on Halloween. Who wouldn’t want to celebrate this ghouly holiday in a post WWII-era movie theater surrounded by costume-cladded partygoers, scary good tunes, a photo booth, and a costume contest help make this the spookiest Halloween party in Texas!