Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival

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Local Bands Rock the Bud Light Stage

The Rich Girls have a simple motto: We will make your dreams come true! Don’t be fooled by the name- this is not your typical Hall & Oats cover band. The Rich Girls have been making the rounds in the metroplex and wowing audiences with their unique renditions of traditional Hall & Oats tunes, as well as, clever interpretations of current pop, rock, and rap. They take the stage on Friday, May 18 at 9:00 pm.  Read the recent article featured on our blog: “The Rich Girls Will Make Your Dreams Come True.

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Richardson’s Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival Announces Final Acts to 2015 Lineup

For the 23rd year in a row, the City of Richardson’s Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival, North Texas’ largest music event will bring a distinctive lineup of Grammy-award winning artists that include Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo and Wynonna & The Big Noise, American rock legends Kansas and Everclear, and prolific singer-song writers Susan Werner and Max Stalling. The festival will be held on May 15-17, 2015 at Richardson’s Galatyn Park Urban Center. The award-winning, multi-day eclectic arts and music festival draws local and national acts performing the best in classic rock, country, pop, alt-rock, folk and Americana. Read More

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JACK-FM PRESENTS WILDFLOWER! OVER THE AIR

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.

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RICHARDSON CANCELS 28TH ANNUAL WILDFLOWER! ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL

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.

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