Events that have a musical component

Relax under the stars while listening to great music performed by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

Earthfest is a celebration of Coppell's commitment to the environment - an entertaining and educational experience! Visit the many environmental education booths to learn how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle. Shop the plant sale, grab a bite to eat and enjoy live music by Definitely, Maybe.   

For February, we're heading back to Craft and Growler in Exposition Park (near Fair Park in Dallas). We had a great time during our last visit here. Craft and Growler is next door to Pizza Lounge, so you can order vegan pizza for delivery, a nice little bonus!

Bring your growler and fill up with one of C&G's 42 taps including local beers, ciders and root beer.

Winter Solstice Sunset Labyrinth Walk with Gong Meditation and Drum Jam! Bring your own percussion instrument to call the Sun back!

WHERE: Richland College Campus Labyrinth which is based on the classic pattern of the Chartres labyrinth, found in the thirteenth century French cathedral. This outdoor labyrinth combines stones and plants to outline the gravel path. The labyrinth is located next to Fannin Hall and parking lot V ( A few blocks east of Abrams off Walnut. Take the Richland East Drive and turn right into the first parking lot.)

50 free concerts in outdoor venue, featuring variety of musical acts. See website for complete schedule. 

Enjoy live music, fireworks and refreshments at the Gardens during the concert series. Entertainment includes rock, country, classical, jazz and tribute bands. See website for list of concerts. Tickets: $25-$65. Parking: $5-$25.

Meadow open house. Concert begins at 4 p.m. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs (and maybe some insect repellant too). Performance by Ricky & the Quintettes. Free. 

Info: (214) 351-0990 or

Earth Day Texas (formerly, Earth Day Dallas) is an annual, outdoor festival seeking to elevate environmental awareness and influence the way Texans think, live and work. The family-friendly and free-admission event allows leaders in the corporate, academic and non-profit worlds to unite and show Texans how green lifestyle choices can lower their cost of living, improve their health, and help save the environment.

The heart of the festival is the Eco Expo where exhibitors will use their presence to promote their achievements as green leaders, and teach attendees how to take environmentally responsible action by better utilizing available resources, switching to eco-friendly products, or joining their organizations.

Dinner will feature local celebrity chefs cooking and supporting the efforts of Promise of Peace Gardens to build two new gardens and help with the sustained efforts to grow and educate our community. 

Featured Celebrity Chefs: Sharon Van Meter, Thomas Archer, Eric Shelton, and Mark Wooton.

Special Musical Guests: Cafe Radio with Joel Pipkin on Flamenco guitar, Jordan Pipkin on Afro-Cuban percussion, Nick Jones on rhythm guitar and Chris Hamilton on acoustic bass.


The annual even provides free entertainment and educational activities for the entire family. Master gardener booths at the festival will cover topics such as propagation, lawn care, designing a water-wise landscape, herb growing, worm composting and a dozen other topics. Seminars on gardening will be offered in classroom areas, including “Perennial Gardening” by Marilyn Simmons and “Transitioning from Sprinkler to Drip” by Patrick Dickinson.

 Live entertainment will be provided by the Flower Mound Community Orchestra, Voices of Flower Mound, Studio B Performing Arts Center, Texas Harmony Chorus (Sweet Adelines) and Dallas Tap Dazzlers. Vendors will offer hand-crafted items and information about maintaining a sustainable environment.