Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival

WF! Eats & Drinks

Grab a bite to eat, a drink or two, from the variety of WF! Eats & Drinks  vendors offering an array of local cuisine, tasty beverages and  traditional Festival treats. Dive right into a hot slice of pizza, grab a corn dog for the next show, or bring down the heat of the day with a margarita.

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This Dip is Nuts! Food Court

Food vendors are located in the This Dip is Nuts! Food Court and throughout the Festival grounds. The Food Court also offers shaded seating areas to take a break and enjoy your Festival goodies while listening to some live music on the CityLine Stage. ATM machines are located in designated spots for your convenience for those vendors that do not accept credit cards.

2019 Vendors:

American Smokehouse
Ben & Jerry’s
Concession Staffing Services

Christi & Ali Cuisine
Golden Chick
J Bob’s Kettle Corn & Fudge
Kona Ice

J Marble Slab
Maui Wowi
Ms. Lively’s Southern Cuisine

Pizza by the Slice
Satay Hut
The Skillet
T.C. Roasted Corn

TJ’s Dawg House

Beer Garden

Wildflower! Craft Beer Garden

Quench your thirst at our Wildflower! Craft Beer Garden located near the Will Call Gateway. The garden will feature a variety of beverages, shaded seating, family style lawn games, and a screen showing the Methodist Richardson Amphitheater Stage. Enjoy the concert in a fun and laid back atmosphere away from the stage! Craft and domestic beer selections, as well as wine, is also available at all beverage tents through out the Festival.

Cupcake Vineyards Wine Garden

Also, don’t forget to check out the Cupcake Vineyards Wine Garden. The garden is located on the corner of Performance Row in front of the Eisemann Center and will feature the largest selection of wines for you to choose from. Enjoy a glass of your favorite in the center of the Festival grounds.

Interested in being a WF! Eats Vendor?

Vendor Press Kits will be accepted through February 22, 2019 and must include the following information:

  • Color photograph of your booth set-up, including size specifications.
  • A complete menu of food items you will offer, including size and price.
  • Photographs of your food presentation,  especially if you are offering a unique item.
  • A reference list of other events you have participated in (contact information for Festival personnel is required).
  • ACCEPTED VENDORS are required to turn in a Comprehensive General Liability Certificate of Insurance in favor of the City, such insurance to afford protection to the limit of not less than $1,000,000 in respect to bodily injury or death to any number of persons in any one accident, and to the limit of not less than $1,000,000 in respect to property damage. Such policy shall name the City of Richardson as additional insured.

Email your Press Kit to Spencer Doyle at spencer.doyle@cor.gov

WF! Blog


We are wild with excitement to share that Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival has been nominated in TWO categories in the Best of Dallas® 2019 issue. There are 25 Arts & Entertainment categories and here are the two that include the 27th annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival proudly held in the City of Richardson!


Nominee List:

  • Cottonwood Art Festival
  • Deep Ellum Arts Festival
  • CinderBLOCK Party
  • Cosmic Yogi Festival
  • Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival
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Big City Outlaws is a high energy country rock/pop cover band that performed on the Bud Light Stage at Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival in Richardson. They have been entertaining the DFW metroplex since 2012.

This rockin’ group of musicians deliver country classics like Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash to keep the audience on their feet and singing along. Accurate renditions of classic rock includes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Journey, and Poison to current country artists such as Taylor Swift, Big & Rich, Kenny Chesney, and Zac Brown Band.

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The Michael Terry’s People Choice Award was given to Chris Chism of Dallas at the conclusion of the Al Johnson Performing Songwriter Contest. 10 finalists were selected from 300 applicants in a blind screening process. The top 10 then traveled to Richardson and performed live on the UnitedHealthcare Singer Songwriter Stage inside the Eisemann Center during the Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival. Along with the honor of the award, Chism also received a $500 cash prize.

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