Things kick off officially with the Live Art Experience ($7) 8 p.m. Friday. The whole weekend promises live theater, kids' activities and more. Oh, and in case you were dubious about the urban stuff, consider the words of the event's co-producer Christie Hernandez: "We are showcasing some of the hottest urban art in this premier urban setting. This will be a unique opportunity for festival-goers to immerse themselves in a completely urban experience and really get a sense for what drives and inspires urban art." So there. Call 214-485-7012 or visit urbanartsfest.com.
Sat., Sept. 8, 10 a.m.