By Hallie Hutchins, Parks & Recreation Marketing Assistant
They say the best things in life are free, and I would have to agree.
For nearly two decades, these entertaining concerts have been a favored tradition in our community. Starlight hits the right notes again this season with rock and roll favorites, rising country artists and a little zydeco to get you up and grooving.
Here’s the lineup:
Kimberly Dunn with guests Judson Cole Band and Ben Kadlecek
Country music artist Kimberly Dunn’s music is intimate and explosive. The San Antonio Aggie’s show has been described as Dolly Parton fronting the Foo Fighters, an irresistible mix that you can bet will be memorable. Her latest album “New Smoke Show” and new single “Sugar Rush” were produced by Grammy Award-winning engineer Chad Carlson.
Traveling from Canada, Hotel California is North America’s best tribute to The Eagles. They look and sound like The Eagles and are the next best thing to The Eagles. Covering all the favorites from “Take it Easy,” to “Life in the Fast Lane,” and “Hotel California.”
Infinite Journey with guest Cold as Ice
Infinite Journey is an international Journey tribute band based in Dallas that has been performing in high-energy shows across the country since 2012. The five-piece band delivers a musically immersive Journey experience, focusing on the overall sound, solos, and soaring vocals that make Journey iconic.
Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers with guests Mi’chel Rose and Zydeco Players
Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers were nominated for a 2018 Grammy for Best Regional Roots Music Album. They pump out incredible Zydeco music and are incredible showmen. Their interaction with the crowd and the rhythm and blues in their music make it a performance not to miss.
Load up your coolers, blankets and lawn chairs for another packed schedule of open-air tunes at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater. Here are the details:
- Gates for all shows open at 6 p.m., with the concerts starting at 7.
- Free parking is available at Post Oak Mall with handicap parking off Colgate Drive.
- Coolers and containers must be 48 quarts or smaller.
- Pets, kegs, and glass aren’t allowed.
- Kid Zone with inflatable activities will be available.
- Chairs are welcome but may not occupy blanket-only seating.
- Smoking isn’t allowed in the main seating area, but we provide designated smoking areas.
- Concessions are available for purchase.
Special thanks to our sponsors: Backstage Sound & Lightening, Brazos Valley Bombers, AT&T, Candy 95.1, Maverick 100.9, Willy 97.7, and WTAW Newstalk 1620.
About the Blogger
Hallie Hutchins is in her fourth year as a marketing staff assistant in the Parks & Recreation Department after graduating from Texas A&M in 2014 with a degree in sports management. She has previously worked with the Dallas Sidekicks professional soccer team and Texas Team Junior Golf. Originally from White Oak, Hallie also attended Kilgore College and was a member of the famed Kilgore Rangerettes dance team.
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