DCTA to Exchange Canned Food Item for FREE Regional Day Pass at Arts & Jazz Festival

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April 24, 2012 / By / Post a Comment

Make plans to head to Denton this weekend for the 32nd Annual Arts & Jazz Festival April 27, 28 and 29 for great music, good food, beautiful art and many activities that are open to anyone. This year DCTA will hold a canned food drive benefiting the Denton Community Food Center, a non-profit organization serving Denton residents in need. Be sure to bring a canned food item to the DCTA booth so you can receive your FREE Regional Day Pass to use any time.

If you are traveling to Denton, take DART Green Line and the A-train to avoid traffic and parking congestion. A-train passengers can make a free transfer to Connect Routes 4 and 5 for easy access to the festival from the Downtown Denton Transit Center (DDTC). Passengers who take the train to the festival on 4/27 or 4/28 can also take their DCTA or DART pass to the Main Stage Souvenir Booth to receive a free Arts & Jazz Festival Favorites CD, while supplies last.

Fri April 27 (5pm-11pm)
Sat April 28 (10am-11pm)
Sun April 29 (11am-9pm)

Denton Quakertown Park, 321 E. McKinney, Denton, TX 76201
(2 blocks NE of downtown square) 35 minutes from Dallas or Fort Worth

Friday, April 27                  Lee Ritenour – 9:00 pm (Jazz Stage)
Saturday, April 28             Los Lonely Boys – 9:00 pm (Jazz Stage)
Sunday, April 29                Brave Combo – 7:00 pm (Jazz Stage)

Admission is free. No coolers or pets are allowed but service dogs are permitted. Denton Quakertown Park and facilities are accessible for the disabled.

http://www.escapetodenton.com or http://www.dentonjazzfest.com

*Only one pass per person.

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