Wednesday, November 13, 2019

MasterWorks Concert Series this Summer at Southlake Town Square

What could be better on a summer evening than live music under the stars? Fortunately for Southlake residents and visitors, there are many opportunities this summer courtesy of the MasterWorks Concert Series. Sponsored by Arts Council Northeast, which partners with several North Tarrant County cities to foster civic engagement through arts and culture, the FREE music performances will take place during June and July at Rustin Pavilion and Frank Cornish Park in Southlake Town Square. Attendees may bring blankets and lawn chairs to fully enjoy the evening entertainment. Light refreshments will be provided (alcoholic beverages and glass containers are not allowed).

MasterWorks Summer Concert Series schedule at Southlake Town Square:

June 18           7:30-8:30 pm               Vocal Trash Stomp

June 25*          7:30-8:30 pm               Nate Kipp Country

July 9                7:30-8:30 pm               White House Harmony Bluegrass

July 16              7:30-8:30 pm               Zack King Band Classic Rock

July 23              7:30-8:30 pm               RazzMaJazz Dixieland Band

July 30              7:30-8:30 pm               The Bright Indie Pop/Rock

*Frank Cornish Park, Southlake Town Square

Next up in the line-up is the popular band, Vocal Trash. Billed as “an evening of music, dance and comedy theater” for the whole family, the five-person band got its name by incorporating recycled materials into their music – including trash cans, lids, water bottles, barrels, buckets, brooms, and pots and pans. Even their more traditional instruments are made of recycled materials: guitar = gas can; up-right bass = milk urn; and pvc pipe = xylo drums. The entertaining ensemble also features breakdancers and other performers that add to the “high octane stage show.”

With a national touring schedule and rising claim to fame, Vocal Trash is in large demand to spread its “live green” message to audiences coast-to-coast. Don’t miss the opportunity to see them here in Southlake!