The 6th Annual Dallas Chocolate Festival
Presented by DallasChocolate.org, the Dallas Chocolate Festival is an annual event designed to raise awareness and appreciation for the amazing work of local and national fine chocolate craftsmen.
The Dallas Chocolate Festival features a room of wall-to-wall chocolate where attendees can choose to sample chocolates from over two dozen chocolatiers and chocolate makers. Kids can even enjoy making their own chocolate treats at a special interactive kids' table sponsored by Callebaut.
Tickets for the Festival can be purchased for entry at four different times. Pick whichever time is most convenient for you -- the chocolate vendors will be the same throughout the day.
Confirmed chocolatiers and chocolate makers include:
Also included with a ticket purchase is a full day of classes and demonstrations that take place within the Addison Conference Centre complex. The instructional events kick off at 10:00 a.m. The class offerings will be great fun for beginners as well as dedicated chocolate fanatics. Adrienne Newman (Madame Cocoa) will return as the festival's Mistress of Ceremonies. Dallas based food blogger and WFAA food contributor, Stacy Fawcett, will be at the festival in the afternoon to assist with emceeing. While all classes are included with a ticket purchase, space is limited and seating will be on a first come, first seated basis.
There will be a variety of food trucks parked outside the main conference hall for the convenience of festival attendees who wish to purchase food and drink.
If any tickets remain on the day of the event, they will be available at the door for $30.
The Dallas Chocolate Festival is sponsored by:
D Magazine, Whole Foods (Addison), Guittard Chocolate, Barry Callebaut USA, Witmer Group, Valrhona, and Perfect Temper Kitchen.
Participants and classes are confirmed, but are subject to change. Tickets are non-refundable. Event details are available at: DallasChocolate.org.
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DallasChocolate.org is an educational organization with a mission to educate Dallas about chocolate one bar at a time.