The Greater Texarkana Young Professionals present "Destination Downtown" on September 30 in historic downtown Texarkana. 

This yearly event is held in the fall and this is what the Greater Texarkana Young Professionals had to say about this upcoming event:

Every fall Greater Texarkana Young Professionals hosts our annual event, Destination Downtown. GTYP is proud to support Downtown Texarkana and strives to expand our support yearly with this event. This year, GTYP has made exciting changes to incorporate more businesses in the expanded Entertainment District.

Here is a schedule of the night's events.

5:30-6:30 PM – VIP Pre-Event Kickoff at Crossties.

Please keep in mind that this is a limited ticket event and VIP tickets are on a first come first served basis.

6:00 PM – This will be the official "Destination Downtown" event check-in.

The check-in will be at El Frio 204 E 4th St and Hopkins Icehouse 301 East 3rd Street

7:30 PM – The participants will explore the following downtown Texarkana Broad Street destinations.

Verona Restaurant
Joseph Raymond Art Gallery
1894 Gallery
Harts on Broad
Moonstone & Moss
Logan Electric
Knock on Wood Antiques
Crystal Moon
Pipes Emporium
Southern Grace Boutique
1923 Banana Club

9:00 PM – Final Destination

The last stop will be The Hideout  311 East Broad St. for some late-night dancing.
*21+ Event*
Pricing for tickets is $25 for the night or $50 for VIP.

To find out more you can check out the Greater Texarkana Young Professional Facebook Page. Or if you would like to purchase tickets you can do that here.

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