Wildflower Returns

Fitz and the Tantrums, Judah & the Lion headline largest music festival in North Texas this month

The 27th annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival will once again host an impressive line-up of award-winning musical talent that crossing genres ranging from country to folk to rock to pop and more. Considered the largest music festival in North Texas, Wildflower! will take the stage May 17-19 at the Gatalyn Park Urban Center in Richardson.

Over the years, the arts and music festival has grown from a small springtime community event to celebrate the wildflowers throughout the city to a large festival with multiple performance stages featuring national headlining acts. Outdoor and indoor stages will showcase dozens of musical acts. A singer-songwriter contest, family friendly events, art guitar program and auction, a marketplace and performer’s row, battle of the bands, talent contest, and artists and vendors will also make an appearance.

Headliners include:

Fri. May 17  Good Charlotte, Neon Trees, RATT, Quiet Riot, Zebra, Aeromyth, The Wooks, L.A. Edwards, The Rich Girls

Sat. May 18 Fitz and the Tantrums, Judah & the Lion, Grand Funk Railroad, The Guess Who, Blue Oyster Cult, Aeromyth, Crystal Bowersox, Darrell Scott, Jason Castro, Big City Outlaws, Carolyn Wonderland & Shelley King

Sun. May 19: The Jacksons, Aeromyth, Cari Ray & The Shaky Legs

For ticketing information and up-to-date details, visit WildflowerFestival.com, call (972) 744-4580, or follow Wildflower! on Facebook at Facebook.com/WildflowerFestival.

COURTESY AND Photos:   City of Richardson/COR.net, WildflowerFestival.com.

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