Our family may be close to the action of the big game over at Jerry’s World, but there’s a lot more happening at Final Four than just a game that the whole family can get excited about. Here’s a couple of big things you can do with the kids to celebrate (even if you can’t afford the tickets to AT&T Stadium.
Sunday, April 6
– Dribble begin
Kids (18 and under) are invited to dribble through downtown Dallas from Dallas City Hall Plaza to Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center on Sunday morning and will receive a free commemorative Final Four basketball, t-shirt, and an entry into Bracket Town!
To register: https://2014ncaamffd.
Kay Bailey Hutchinson Center – Halls A-D
Tickets: $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Free for kids 2 and under.
The ultimate Final Four fun fest, KBHC turns into 350,000 sq ft of family-friendly activities. You’ll have a chance to meet legendary coaches, former athletes and a free concert by Fifth Harmony. Get more info on the website.
AT&T Block Party, Coke Zero Countdown Concert and Capital One JamFest
A free concert with Tim McGraw and Bruce Springsteen doesn’t need much explaining, but might be something fun to do if you have older kids. With so much going on I wouldn’t suggest a stroller child, but this event might be fun as an experience with the big ones. Get the full line of these activities on the website.