Cheap Venues for Rent in Dallas, TX

Cheap Venues for Rent in Dallas, TX

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Top Cheap Venues in Dallas, TX

Looking for a cheap venue in Dallas? Well, you've come to the right place. We’ve got a selection of venues that would be just perfect for your event. Here at Tagvenue, we understand that sometimes you want to get out there and party, but you also want to keep costs down. That's why we’ve searched high and low for the best cheap venues in Dallas. So whether you're looking for something simple, or want something more extravagant, we've got it all! Just browse through our list of venues below and find the one that's right for you today! Check out cheap venues in Dallas today!

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Cheap Venues Rental Guide

Dallas is a great city for events, but it's also one of the most expensive cities in the country. So if you've been looking for cheap venues in Dallas, you've come to the right place! We've got all the info you need on how to find amazing venues at affordable prices. We'll tell you what questions to think about when looking around, give you tips on renting the space and making the experience as affordable as you can, and we’ll even give you some of our recommendations for the nicest hidden gems in town. Ready to get started? Let's do this!

Renting cheap venues tips and tricks

Alright! You’re ready to rent a lovely space in Dallas, and you don’t want to break the bank in order to do so. So how do you go about the venue renting process, and how do you make it affordable?

Let’s start with checking out the location. Where in Dallas would it be most convenient for you to rent a venue? We’ve checked out where most of the venues are located, and you can be sure to find some budget-friendly options in Lower Greenville, Trammell Crow Park, Cityplace, and the City Center District. There are also some popular venues located just outside of Dallas, if you want to check out some nice locations based on the outskirts or just out of town, why don’t you also take a look around Garland, Irving and Plano? Make sure to keep in mind how you’re going to get to the venue and also how your guests will get there. Will you provide any bigger transport if you want to have an event outside the city? Or is the public commute good enough and satisfactory for everyone?

Once you get the location sorted, you can start thinking about the budget. How much are you willing to spend on renting the venue, food, possible accommodation or entertainment for the guests? Maybe you’d like to hire a band or a DJ, or perhaps you will need some extra amenities inside the venue. Make sure to figure out how much money will go towards which aspect of the event, and stick to the budget. We recommend counting the whole price as 80% in case any extra costs come up later on–it’s going to be better to save the money rather than go over the top. If it’s possible, you can always try to cut the costs by splitting the bill with someone or even a few people (depending on the type of event you’re planning to celebrate). You can also negotiate the price with the host of the venue or propose a BYOB option, where you only have to mind the corkage fee. A BYOB option is great if you want to save money on alcohol but prefer to host an event outside the house. Once you get the budget settled, you can continue to figure out the rest of the venue rental.

So what’s next? We recommend checking out the guest list–decide how many people will be invited to your event, whether there will be any plus ones or kids (you can host an adults-only party if you wish). Make sure you’ve invited the most important people, and if your budget allows, invite the rest of your family or friends as well. Once you’re set with the list, it’s a good idea to figure out the menu and the drinks. As we mentioned before, a BYOB option might be a good idea, and if that’s the case, just set up a list of the beverages you plan to serve and make sure to talk to the waitstaff about how you wish for them to hand out the drinks. Of course, don’t forget about the food. Will you be serving only appetizers and finger food, or will you opt for a full-blown-out dinner? If you plan on having dessert, should the venue provide it, or will you have a cake delivered to the event (make sure to ask the host if that’s possible as well)? 

Next up we have the decorations! Will you decorate the venue yourself, or do you expect the event space to do it for you? Are you going for DIY or professional decor? Remember that goes into your budget as well! And last but not least, we have music and entertainment. What type of music will you want to have during your event? Will you pick it out yourself, or will a professional do it? Also, maybe you’d like to have some kids' entertainment if there’s a need for that–so that the adults can enjoy themselves? 

Right, now that we have hopefully most things covered, you can head to our FAQ section where we have some nice venue recommendations, price and venue type suggestions, and further tips for a budget-friendly venue rental process! 

FAQs about Cheap Venues in Dallas, TX

What are some great cheap venues in Dallas?

How much do cheap venues in Dallas cost?

The cheapest venues in Dallas start around $15 per person. So whether you’re planning to invite a smaller or larger number of guests you can be sure that budget friendly venues are definitely around the corner. As for cheaper venues that are rented by the hour, you can check out spaces for as little as $50 per hour.

What types of cheap venues can I rent in Dallas?

You can rent outdoor spaces such as patios, gardens and terraces–they are perfect for sunny days and warm evenings, especially if you’re planning an event with kids. And as for indoor locations you can also check out some of the best restaurants, pubs, and lounges. Take a look at Tagvenue’s venue selection today!

Can I bring my own alcohol to an event venues in Dallas?

Make sure to check with the host if brining your own alcohol is allowed. From our experience, a lot of venues will allow you to bring your own beverages, just as long as you pay the corkage fee. 

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