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Fry Street Fair Returns to Denton After 17-Year Hiatus

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Denton, TX – The much-anticipated Fry Street Fair is set to make a comeback in Denton on April 27 and 28, marking its first occurrence since 2007. This revival brings with it various logistical changes, including road closures and parking restrictions to accommodate the festivities.

Event organizers have announced that several streets will be closed to vehicle traffic from 4 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, until 6 a.m. on Monday, April 29. The closures include Hickory Street between N Avenue B and Fry Street, Fry Street between W Oak Street and W Hickory Street, Avenue A between W Hickory Street and W Mulberry Street, and W Mulberry Street between Avenue A and S Welch Street.

To manage the flow of traffic around the event area, detours will be set up. Traffic on Hickory Street will be redirected via Avenue C and N Avenue B, with electronic signage and detour instructions prominently displayed to guide motorists.

The public is advised to adhere to posted parking restrictions and to consider using designated public parking locations or ride-sharing services. Given the expected increase in pedestrian traffic, drivers may experience delays near the event area and are encouraged to plan alternative routes.

Local businesses within the event footprint will operate as usual during their normal business hours.

The Fry Street Fair promises to be a vibrant celebration of local culture, arts, and music. Organizers appreciate the community’s cooperation and look forward to bringing this cherished event back to life.


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