Community Events Coming to Frisco, TX in 2019

You will not want to miss any of these upcoming community events in Frisco, Texas.

Community Events Coming to Frisco, TX in 2019

Every third Friday through June 2019 enjoy an intimate concert of classical music held in the Council Chambers of the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center. The Council Chambers was designed by the same architects who were involved with NYC’s Radio City Music Hall. Visitors age 16 and up are welcome. Tickets are $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. The Plano Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble will perform on May 17, 2019 and the Marbiago Trio will perform on June 21, 2019.

Frisco Water Park is opening up its Lagoon Pool and Lazy River to the dogs on September 7th after the pool closes for humans. The event gives your furry friends a chance to cool off after the long, hot days of summer. One dog is allowed per 18+ adult and registration is required in advance. There will be two separate sessions to accommodate both large and small dogs.

Join the Texas Astronomical Society (TSA) the second Saturday of each month to look at planets, stars, and other celestial wonders. TSA workers set up their own telescopes and help participants navigate the night sky, if the weather allows. The event takes place at Frisco Commons Park. It is a free event and all are welcome.

Frisco Freedom Fest is a Fourth of July event that you and your family will not want to miss. The Festival features great food, music, and fireworks. The twenty-minute firework show is one of the largest in North Texas and is visible around Frisco City Hall and Toyota Stadium. The firework show begins after the completion of the FC Dallas v. DC United soccer match. Enjoy food from local eateries and participate in the many family-friendly activities.

On October 11-12, 2019 chow down on amazing food from amateur BBQ teams at Camp Craig Allen’s BBQ Cook-Off at Toyota Stadium. The event includes performances by live bands and activities for the whole family. 100% of the proceeds from the annual BBQ Cook-off goes toward the programs and operations of Camp Craig Allen, a non-profit dedicated to the physically disabled adult, children and veterans of North Texas.

Experience the largest choreographed holiday lights and music show in North Texas at Christmas in the Square. The free light show featuring over 175,000 lights, 11.5 miles of wiring, and 8 miles of extension cords runs daily 6 to 10 pm starting in the end of November 2019. Christmas in the Square also features an outdoor skating rink, carriage rides, and Christmas Tree lot.

Ring in the holidays and take a photo with Santa Claus at Merry Main Street in Simpson Plaza. Along with taking a photo with Santa, shop at the Kid’s Holiday Store where children ages 3-12 have the chance to shop alone for a special gift for their moms and dads. Visitors can also listen to carolers, sip hot chocolate, take a carriage ride, and watch the lightening of the City Tree. Vendors will be selling food and drinks during the event.

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