Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival

Budding Talent Vocal Competition

Ever dream of being a super star and singing your heart out at the Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival? If so, sign up to be a part of the Budding Talent Vocal Competition, which gives young singers a chance to showcase their talent. Finalist will perform at Wildflower! on the Singer Songwriter Stage in the Eisemann Center. A panel of judges will select a winner in each of the categories. Make sure to add this performance to your Festival schedule and check out some of the best up and coming performers!

Competition Rules

  • Contestants wishing to participation must complete an online application.
  • Contestants should sing one song from memory.
  • Singers may accompany themselves on an instrument, bring an accompanist, or use an mp3 track. A keyboard will be available for use.
  • Small vocal ensembles of two to four singers are eligible, but no bands will be allowed to enter the contest.
  • Finalists are selected in five different age categories from preschool (Age 3) to 12th grade and will perform in the finals at Wildflower!

2019 Finalist

Eva Adzhamoglian
Elayne Doggett – Winner

Ryan Dickerson
Amelia Langley – Winner
Jessie Prince
Kaylen Pruitt

Jr. Wildflower!
Madelyn Greer
Abby Roth – Winner
Brenna Stewart
Gracie Wakefield

Sathvika Ganesan – Winner
Rohan Ganta
Hank Worlein

Blog & News


Jack-fm presents Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival Over The Air on Friday, May 15, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Richardson native and radio personality JT will host the Over The Air mini sets that will include music by the artists that would have rocked at Wildflower! during the three-day weekend May 15-17. The decision to cancel was announced in March and ticket holders received refund notifications.

Read More


The City of Richardson today announced that the 28th annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival, scheduled for May 15-17, 2020, has been canceled. The cancellation is designed to protect the public’s health and safety, consistent with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and other public health experts, and also to ensure that City resources can remain fully focused on delivery of critical services throughout the duration of the COVID-19 situation.

Read More