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Our big fat 2013 DFW events calendar

Posted 9:07am on Wednesday, Jan. 02, 2013

Twelve months. Tons of fun, from the Stock Show and Lady Gaga, to the Cliburn, the Colonial and Concerts in the Gardens.

Disclaimer 1: This is not a comprehensive list of what's happening in DFW throughout 2013. It's a sampler that includes some dates we're looking most forward to this year.

Disclaimer 2: Dates are subject to change.

You can scroll through the events, month by month, below. Or, you can click and print this very cool PDF version of the calendar.

Oh -- and maybe you're wondering about our calendar pin-ups? When it came time to look forward to 2013, we looked back at some of our favorite images from the last few years of DFW.com.

Hope you have fun flipping through the calendar. See ya around town!

JANUARY: The Stock Show, Lady Gaga, Barefoot Brigade Dance Festival, ZestFest 2013, the Golden Globes and more.

FEBRUARY: Bernini at the Kimbell, Chagall at the DMA, Mike Tyson at Verizon and more

MARCH: Texas Ballet Theater, SXSW and more.

APRIL:: Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival, the Rangers' season begins, Fort Worth Opera Festival and more.

MAY:The 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition begins, plus Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift and more.

JUNE: Concerts in the Garden, Rockin' the River and more.

JULY: Justin Bieber, One Direction and more.

AUGUST: Miss Saigon, NFL preseason and more.

SEPTEMBER: GrapeFest, Oktoberfest, State Fair of Texas and more.

OCTOBER: Picasso and Matisse at the Kimbell, UT vs. OU in Dallas, Halloween and more.

NOVEMBER: Turkey Trots, the Parade of Lights, Lone Star International Film Festival and more.

DECEMBER: Texas Ballet Theater's Nutcracker, holiday lights and more.

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