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2022 Fall Festivals & Events in Plano, TX

UPDATED: 10/26/22 Dust off your boots and plaid jackets and start brewing your pumpkin spice lattes because, after a hotter than hot summer, fall is finally around the corner! There are so many amazing events...

UPDATED: 10/26/22

Dust off your boots and plaid jackets and start brewing your pumpkin spice lattes because, after a hotter than hot summer, fall is finally around the corner! There are so many amazing events happening all over Plano this fall. From hot air balloon and wine festivals to haunted houses and ghost tours, there is something for everyone all season long. Here’s a list of 20+ events to add to your fall calendar.

Events in Plano this Fall

Dark Hour Haunted House

Dark Hour Haunted House returns this fall from September 17-October 31 as the Coven Awakens in a brand new way. Experience Dark Hour in its scariest form with the 13 coven witches together in one terrifying nightmare.

H-E-B | Central Market Plano Balloon Festival

Plano Balloon Festival

Returning this September, the H-E-B | Central Market Plano Balloon Festival will once again fill the field at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Join the Plano community, also known as the official Hot Air Balloon Capital of Texas, as we host the largest balloon festival in the Lone Star State with more than 90,000 guests attending each year. More than 30 hot air balloons from around the U.S. will come together September 22-25 for all types of balloon activities, launches, and glows, plus fireworks, live music, food, and more.

Oktoberfeast at Legacy Hall

Fall events_Legacy Hall Oktoberfeast beer content

On September 24, have a wunderbar of a time with live polka music, German fare, and festive beers at Legacy Hall at this popular annual event. More details to come!

Boardwalk Art Market

Meet up at The Boardwalk for an entertaining day of art festivities at the official Boardwalk Art Market on Saturday, September 24th from 11 am-6 pm. Experience The Boardwalk and shop local from 20+ artisans, makers & small business creatives on site, including live painting, live music, food, and more! This event is family-friendly, open to the public, and free to attend.

Christ United Pumpkin Patch

From September 25-October 31, the Christ United Methodist Church will have a pumpkin patch open seven days a week and will offer a variety of pumpkins. Visit the Christ United Pumpkin Patch, take some pictures, and pick the perfect pumpkin. Their Youth Ministry hosts this fun fall event as a fundraiser for their upcoming missions and ministry.

Kubota Machine Adventures at Crayola Experience

Experience REAL Kubota Tractors, Excavators, and More (oh my!) For a limited time, explore Kubota Machine Adventures at Crayola Experience Plano!

"Kubota Machine Adventures" will have kids (and kids at heart) engaging in more than 20 new hands-on activities featuring Kubota’s iconic orange equipment—including an excavator, tractor, and UTV—across the fictional town of Crayonville. Throughout the immersive experience, families will discover how the human power of creativity and the machine power of Kubota equipment together can drive innovation to build better and stronger communities.

To add their creative touch to the transformed family attraction, kids will:

  • Create their own Kubota Machine Adventures I.D. badges
  • Hop on a kid-sized tractor to dig Crayola flower beds
  • Build a rainbow high rise out of crayon box "bricks"
  • Snap photos with REAL Kubota equipment
  • Scoop, load, and dump at a 3D projection sand table
  • Transform crayon shavings into "grass clippings" art
  • Name and wrap their own Kubota-inspired crayon
  • Engineer their own ultimate Kubota machine of the future, and more.

The limited-time, kid-powered experience is included in the price of admission. New this summer is the 2022 Color Card membership that gives guests unlimited visits to Crayola Experience through Dec. 31, 2022, for the same cost as a full-priced admission ticket. The five-market national tour of Kubota Machine Adventures is part of the recently announced partnership between Kubota Tractor Corporation and Crayola. The collaboration aims to inspire the next generation of business owners, builders, farmers, do-it-yourselfers, and leaders by highlighting the unique and creative role that machines play in building and shaping communities. For partnership activity details, visit CrayolaExperience.com/Kubota.

Fall Plano Train Show

Fall Plano Train Show Fall Plano Train Show

Kick off October with the Fall Plano Train Show October 1-2 at Plano Event Center. There is fun for the whole family at this bi-annual event! Enjoy over 18 layouts on display, train vendors, and more.

Hitchcock_Tober at Angelika Film Center: The Birds

On October 5 at 7 pm, enjoy a spooky movie at Angelika Film Center. Hitchcock’s iconic classic, The Birds, turns seemingly harmless creatures into some of the most terrifying villains in horror history. Starring Rod Taylor, Tippi Hendren, Suzanne Pleshette, and Jessica Tandy, the story begins as an innocuous love triangle, but turns dark when the characters’ sense of security is slowly eroded by the curious behavior of the birds in the area. Panic mounts as birds murder a chicken farmer by pecking him to death, create a flash fire at a gas station, and swarm over the local children as they leave school.

Hall-O-Ween Movie Series at Legacy Hall: Hocus Pocus

Don’t be a scaredy cat! Join us in the Box Garden this spooky-season for their Hall-O-Ween Movie Series. B00! Hall-O-Ween is back and we’re celebrating with our FREE Movie Series. Catch all your favorite spooky flicks on our huge 24ft screen…..if you dare. On Oct. 5 at 7:30 pm, get the family together for a free screening of Disney’s Hocus Pocus! Arrive early to grab some food and a limited-time spooky cocktail from the bar before the movie starts.

This event is free to attend, but we highly recommend purchasing a Pumpkin Package [$55]:

  • $20 Hall Pass for dinner or drinks
  • 1 Halloween candy bag
  • 2 Spooky drink tickets

Happy Hour Hike

Legacy West Happy Hour Hike Live music at Happy Hour Hike

October 6 and November 3 plan to be at Legacy West for the fabulous Happy Hour Hike events. At this monthly sip-and-shop event, guests enjoy a variety of beverages, small bites from fabulous Legacy West restaurants, high-end shopping, and live music.

Hitchcock_tober at Angelika Film Center: Rope

On October 12 at 7 pm, enjoy the second movie in their Halloween movie series, Rope. Hitchcock’s first color film, ROPE goes down in history for flowing in one seemingly uninterrupted take. It follows two college chums, Farley Granger and John Dall, who kill a third friend just for the thrill of it. The boys hide the body in an antique chest in the middle of their posh apartment, then perversely arrange to hold a dinner party around the chest. As the guests wander obliviously around the sealed chest, the killers make snippy, veiled comments about their deed, but their professor, James Stewart, begins to suspect that something is amiss.

Hall-O-Ween Movie Series at Legacy Hall: Monster House

Don’t be a scaredy cat! Join us in the Box Garden this spooky-season for their Hall-O-Ween Movie Series. B00! Hall-O-Ween is back, and we’re celebrating with our FREE Movie Series. Catch all your favorite spooky flicks on our huge 24ft screen… if you dare. On Oct. 12 at 7:30 pm, enjoy a free screening of Monster House! Arrive early to grab some food and a limited-time spooky cocktail from the bar before the movie starts.

This event is free to attend, but we highly recommend purchasing a Pumpkin Package [$55]:

  • $20 Hall Pass for dinner or drinks
  • 1 Halloween candy bag
  • 2 Spooky drink tickets

Plano International Festival

Dancers in orange grass skirts dance at Plano International Festival

On October 15, come to Plano’s Haggard Park for a FREE celebration of multicultural fun, food, entertainment, and activities.

Beatles Night 2022

Crowd in front of the Red Tail Amphitheater at Oak Point Park with a pretty sunset

Plano’s annual Beatles Night will feature fan-favorite Hard Night’s Day on October 15 at Red Tail Pavilion at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve for this outdoor music celebration. Bring your chairs, blankets, and coolers. The evening is BYOB; burgers, fries, and soda will be available for purchase.

Hitchcock_Tober at Angelika Film Center: Dial M for Murder

On October 19 at 7 pm, watch Dial M for Murder in 3D at the Angelika Film Center. Hitchcock’s 1954 classic was originally shot in 3D but rarely seen that way by moviegoers. The film has been restored for gorgeous high-resolution 3D digital presentation. Dial M for Murder is a sophisticated, chillingly sinister thriller from the Master of Suspense - Alfred Hitchcock. Based on the popular mystery play by Frederick Knott and led by an unforgettable performance by Grace Kelley, the film follows an ex-tennis star who frames his unfaithful wife for first-degree murder after she inadvertently hinders his plan to kill her.

Hall-O-Ween Movie Series at Legacy Hall: The Addams Family

The final showing in the Legacy Hall Halloween movie series is The Addams Family. Get there early to grab some food and a limited-time spooky cocktail from the bar before the movie starts. This event is free to attend, but we highly recommend purchasing a Pumpkin Package [$55]:

  • $20 Hall Pass for dinner or drinks
  • 1 Halloween candy bag
  • 2 Spooky drink tickets

Boo Bash

Join the Halloween fun at Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center on Thursday, Oct. 27, for their annual Boo Bash event. Children ages 12 & under and their parents are welcome to come and go anytime between 4:30 pm and 8 pm. Come dressed in costume with your trick or treat bag for a fun night of carnival games and candy! Free admission. Please bring a canned food item to be donated to a local food bank.

Hitchcock_tober at Angelika Film Center: Psycho

Halloween night at 7 pm, the Angelika Film Center will show the final movie in their Halloween series, Psycho. Alfred Hitchcock’s landmark masterpiece of the macabre stars Anthony Perkins as the troubled Norman Bates, whose old dark house and adjoining motel are not the place to spend a quiet evening. When Marion Crane, spectacularly played by Janet Leigh, ends up at the Bates Motel after making off with $40,000 cash, there’s hardly a film fan alive who doesn’t know what happens next. First, a private detective, then Marion’s sister, search for her as the horror and suspense mount to a terrifying climax where the mysterious killer is finally revealed.

Plano Flags of Honor

Plano Excellence Hot Air Balloon and Flags of Honor

An Expression of Gratitude. From November 5-November 12 at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, a field of over 1,000 3' x 5' American Flags will express our gratitude to our veterans and first responders. Each flag tells the story of heroes whose lives were devoted to service. We will honor family members, friends, and neighbors whose service and sacrifices have allowed all of us to be safe and enjoy freedoms many in other lands cannot enjoy. By honoring them through this display, we are creating a visual expression of our gratitude to those who serve, present and past, living and deceased, while raising money for their causes.

On each flag hangs a dedication card that reflects the service given by the honoree. Each card tells the story of heroes whose lives were devoted in service to their fellow man. From the Civil War to the present, all are represented. Hear the haunting sound of TAPS at dusk and experience the reverence of walking the field at night when the flags seem to reach out and tell their own stories.

Underground Movement Festival

Dancing at McCall Plaza for Underground Movement Festival

On November 12 from 5 pm-10:30 pm in McCall Plaza, the Secret Society Club and Plano Stages presents Underground Movement Festival Vol. 7!

Urban Movement Festival brings the culture of the underground hip-hop movement out into the open skies of Downtown Plano’s McCall Plaza. Join us for two-versus-two dance battles, b-boy/b-girl battles, and dance team showcases. This is an all-ages event with a family-friendly environment, celebrating more than 40 years of Hip-Hop. Our mission is to create a safe place for young adults to dance and compete in Plano. The event is already attracting young adult competitors and attendees from all over Texas and some surrounding states. This is an all-ages, family-friendly event and free for spectators.

Live Music at Legacy Hall this Fall

Live Music at Legacy Hall

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