The French Connection

The streets of the Bishop Arts District come alive with french inspired amenities and activities for Bastille on Bishop. Take a look at the elements that make up the event below.

Event Information

400 N. Bishop Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75208

July 14th in the Bishop Arts District

Inspired by the french La Reunion colony which settled in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas in the 1850’s, Bastille on Bishop is a celebration of our city’s historic past community of brewers, musicians, craftsmen, and idealists who helped bring a love of art and culture to North Texas. Located on the North 400 Block of Bishop Avenue, in the heart of the historic Bishop Arts District, the event will cover two blocks and include live music, dancing, shopping, food, wine, scooter rallies, petanque courts, fountains, and games. Performances include:

Stage 1
6:30-7:45 Spinster Records
7:00-7:45 Swing Manouche with Dave Burris
8:00-8:45 La Pompe
9:00-9:45 Matt Tolentino Trio

Stage 2
6:00-7:30 Spinster Records
7:45-8:30 Club Wood

How to get there:
722 D-Link DART bus

Sponsors & Partners

Bastille on Bishop is possible with help from our partners:

Bastille Sponsor Web-3

 

 

We are also on social networks

@Advocate_OC

8 things to do in July around Oak Cliff: #BastilleonBishop from @GoOakCliff, sausage making @UrbanAcres, + more http://t.co/tfdrVWRqKQ

@CahootsHandbags

These watercolors of French pastries will be among the many things in our booth at #BastilleOnBishop July 14th! http://t.co/17MEgsJBHz

FAQ

How can I get involved with the Bastille on Bishop?
If you’d like to setup as a vendor, the application is online here. If you’d like to volunteer, email info@bastilleonbishop.com.
Who do I contact for Bastille on Bishop information?
Email info@bastilleonbishop.com for more information.
How do I get there?
The event is located in the Bishop Arts District. Click here for a Google map of the location.
Where should I park?
Parking is available at the lot on 7th at Madison, or along the streets surrounding Bishop Arts. We encourage you to walk, bike, take public transit, or Uber/Lyft to the event, as parking will be limited.