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Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival Tickets On Sale
Posted Date: 4/15/2014 1:00 PM

The City of Richardson’s 22nd annual Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival, North Texas’ largest music festival, announces that tickets are now on sale for the award-winning event. Three-day passes can be purchased online at and also at Metroplex Tom Thumb stores for $30 through 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 16.

Single-day adult tickets are $20 and are available at the gates or online at the festival’s website beginning today. Kids 5-12 tickets are $3, and children four and under have free entry.

The festival will be held on May 16-18, 2014. The award-winning, multi-day eclectic arts and music festival draws local and national acts performing the best in classic rock, R&B, country, funk, pop, alt-rock, folk and Americana.

Performers include:

Cheap Trick
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
The Wallflowers
Kool & the Gang
Ed Kowalczyk formerly of Live
Jack Ingram
Vertical Horizon
Michael Martin Murphey
Jonathan Tyler and The Northern Lights
Marc Broussard
Max Stalling
Hal Ketchum
Marcia Ball
Le Freak
The Rod Experience-a Tribute to Rod Stewart
The Soft White Sixties
A Hard Night’s Day

Several ticket promotions are available for Wildflower attendees - Kids 12 and under get in free on Sunday with a paid adult, courtesy of Bank of America. And Sunday is also half-price day – all adult tickets are only $10 courtesy of Cisco Systems. Bringing your family and friends? If so, Wildflower has a 15 for $15 group ticket promotion – purchase a block of 15 day passes for just $15 per ticket.

For complete, up-to-date event information including a festival map, performance schedules, festival dos and don’ts, lodging options, driving directions, parking information and festival hours, visit or call 972-744-4580, or follow Wildflower! at Follow Wildflower! on Twitter at @wildflowerfest, and use the hashtag #wildflowerfest.

Major support for the 2014 festival provided by LegacyTexas Bank, Bud Light, Methodist Richardson Medical Center, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, and the City of Richardson. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Robbie Hazelbaker at 972-744-4316 or Media Note: For more information, please contact Geoff Fairchild, special events manager for the City of Richardson, at 972-744-4583 or

About Wildflower!
The Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival began as a small community event in 1993 held in a local park in northeast Richardson, Texas. Twenty years later the festival has become the premier music event in the area. Originally a community event designed to celebrate the acres of wild flowers planted throughout the city each spring, Wildflower! quickly “blossomed” when national headlining entertainment was added after only the second year. Growing crowds and subsequent logistical challenges lead the event to its first move to the Greenway Corporate Office Park at US 75 and Campbell Rd. Here the event was able to expand with multiple stages, over 30 acres of arts, music, and family activities. In 1998, the Wildflower Nights! Program was added, bringing an additional weekend of concert-style entertainment to the event. Wildflower Nights! featured evening concerts in an amphitheater setting and the program quickly gained popularity as bigger and better artists were added to the lineup each year. In 2013, more than 60,000 attendees, ranging primarily from ages 25 to 54 attended the event

About the City of Richardson
With nearly 100,000 residents, the City of Richardson is widely recognized for its commitment to excellence, its rich history and its bright future, all of which make Richardson a smart choice for residents and businesses. Known globally for its high-tech business leadership, the City of Richardson also offers a high quality of life, diverse array of neighborhoods, convenient Metroplex location, multi-modal transportation infrastructure and outstanding City services. Richardson has been repeatedly recognized as one of the top Lonestar places to live and work by the national media, and the City remains dedicated to continuous improvement, as well as to the principles of open government and two-way communications with residents. To learn more, visit