Southlake’s annual Art in the Square, which will be held April 25-27 at Southlake Town Square, is the largest volunteer-run festival in the United States, proving that good people doing good work make for great results.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the event, which will feature the work of more than 150 artists who create incredible expressions in paint, sculpture, glass, fabric and more.
Each year, more than 25 agencies across Tarrant County benefit from the three-day art extravaganza. This year it features toe-tapping entertainment, including Saturday night headliner The Cadillac Three, known for their “Country Fuzz” style of music. Other performers will bring their own brand of Motown, pop, reggae and rock and roll all weekend long. And there’s no worry about being able to enjoy the lineup of outstanding performers, thanks to a Jumbotron sponsored by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.
Art in the Square even has a huge play place for kids to enjoy. The Zone, sponsored by Children’s Medical Center, offers thrills for both teens and tweens. There will be bounce houses and inflatables, a rock-climbing wall, and a four-way bungee trampoline for the young and (even) the young-at-heart. Meanwhile, the Kids’ Korner, sponsored by Cook Children’s Medical Center, will feature face painting, colored hair spray and new crafts, ensuring that kids will proudly take home a masterpiece of their own making!
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