2012 Wildflower Arts and Music Festival
May 20, 2012
to 8 PM
2351 Performance Drive , Richardson, TX
Free - $30
North Texas’ largest music festival takes place May 18-20 at Richardson’s Galatyn Park Urban Center and features local and national musical acts performing the best in classic rock, R&B, Texas blues, funk, pop, alt-rock, folk and Americana.
Headliners include: Joe Walsh, Nelly, The Commodores, Dashboard Confessional, Mark Chesnutt, Chic with Nile Rodgers, Lou Gramm - the Voice of Foreigner, Neal McCoy, Augustana, Guy Clark, AbbaMania – The Abba Tribute, Le Freak – the World's Greatest Disco Band, Beth Nielsen Chapman, A Hard Night’s Day, and John Gorka.
New this year: The Flippenout Trampoline Show, the next generation of extreme entertainment, is coming to Wildflower! enabling festival-goers to watch extreme trampolining set to music. The show’s performances feature twisting triple flips, complex acrobatic routines, heights of 25 feet or more, snowboards, skis, ball, and Cirque du Soleil-like action off of the only transparent wall in the world used in trampoline shows.
The 2012 festival’s three-day pass goes on sale for $30 on Monday, April 16, at any Metroplex Tom Thumb store or online through www.wildflowerfestival.com. The three-day pass will be available for sale until 5:30 p.m., Friday, May 18. Single-day adult tickets will be available at the gate for $20, as well as through the festival's website beginning April 16. Kids age 5-12 will be admitted for $3, and admission for kids 4 and under is free. Returning this year will be a "Kidz in Free" promotion on Sunday, May 20, when all kids under the age of 12 will get in free with a paid adult, courtesy of Bank of America.
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