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A football toss was among the activities at an event emceed by Darren Woodson, three-time Super Bowl champion with the Cowboys (Photo: Carnival Cruise Line)

Carnival hosts Cowboys Fan Fest, free concert by country music star

The Official Cruise Line of the Dallas Cowboys provided a day of fun at the Ultimate Cowboys Fan Fest over the weekend at a park in Dallas. More than 6,000 people were treated to activities sponsored by Carnival Cruise Line, capped by a free concert by country star Trace Adkins.

Darren Woodson, a three-time Super Bowl champion with the Cowboys, served as emcee for the event, which included appearances by team mascot Rowdy, the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Dancers and Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Drumline.

Among the activities were mini-golf, a bean bag toss, ping pong, an inflatable slide shaped like a Fun Ship funnel, face-painting and a re-creation of the Football Academy training camp. Carnival also provided a taste of offerings from its Caribbean-themed RedFrog Pub and the Mexican-themed BlueIguana Cantina.

Throughout the day, contestants were chosen at random for the chance to compete in a football toss against Woodson. Every hour, one attendee won a Carnival cruise.

Carnival is the biggest cruise line in Texas, with three ships sailing year-round from Galveston. Together, Carnival Freedom, Carnival Magic and Carnival Triumph carry more than 600,000 passengers annually.

 

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