Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival

#WAMFest2017

MEET & GREET WINNERS RECEIVE WILD PRIZES!

The B-52’s, X Ambassadors, and Shooter Jennings to perform at #WAMFest2017

Congratulations to the three winners of the Meet & Greet packages that include tickets to the 25th Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival! Hundreds of folks submitted their information for a chance to win and we appreciate the wild participation by fans. Here are the randomly selected names that have already been notified on how to receive their prize packages:

Christine Thompson won two tickets for Friday, May 19, 2017 and a scheduled Meet & Greet with X Ambassadors.

Larry Crumlish won two tickets for Friday, May 19, 2017 and a scheduled Meet & Greet with The B-52’s.

Mariah Hildebrand won two tickets for Sunday, May 21, 2017 and a scheduled Meet & Greet with Shooter Jennings.

Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is being held May 19-21, 2017 in Richardson, Texas and the full schedule of events is available www.wildflowerfestival.com #WAMFest2017 Advance tickets on sale now for only $30 or a 3-day weekend pass is $65 online: https://tix.extremetix.com/webtix/1722?salesRef= .

UBER PROMO CODE WAMFEST2017 TO SAVE $15 ON FIRST RIDE

This year the Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is partnering up with UBER for a wild ride offer that will save time and money the weekend of the event! Download the UBER App on your phone and enter promo code WAMFEST2017 to receive up to $15 off your first ride.

No Account? No problem! Sign-up online using the app to receive this promo:  https://get.uber.com/new-signup/wamfest2017.

The discount will automatically apply to your first ride! Discount valid for first time riders only. Read More

“SOULFUL SUNDAY WITH RUTHIE FOSTER”

Ruthie Foster

Born in Gause, Texas, Foster grew up singing in her hometown choir and surrounded by her parents’ gospel music. Joining the Navy to experience the world led her to sing in their Pride band, which performs across the southeastern US at various recruiting events. After discharging from the Navy, she continued to expand her career in New York City. There she caught the eye of Atlantic records and was offered a pop music record. Foster was more interested in exploring American roots music such as folk and blues and decided against the deal.

Foster returned to Texas when her mother fell ill and began to perform in College Station. Following her mother’s death in 1996, Foster partnered with Blue Corn Music to produce her first of many albums, Full Circle. Foster’s acclaim grew with each album. She went on to win several Blues Music and Living Blues Awards and was nominated for several Grammies. In addition to her albums she has recorded two live shows, which she dubs “hallelujah time.” Read More

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