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"Rocktober" Concert Series

Concert dates: Oct. 8, 15, 22 and 30
Post Date:September 06, 2019
Fresh off a successful Sounds of Lewisville concert series, and the 50th Anniversary of Texas International Pop Festival concert event, the City of Lewisville will keep things rockin’ in Wayne Ferguson Plaza with its “Rocktober” concerts on Tuesday nights starting at 7 p.m.

Back in Time: Huey Lewis Experience
Tuesday, Oct. 8
Making its Lewisville debut, Back in Time brings the energy and excitement of a Huey Lewis and the News live performance. They’ll have the audience singing along to timeless classics while taking them on a trip through the 80’s. This relatively new local band’s outstanding harmonies and solid musicianship will leave the audience with a great Huey Lewis and the News experience.

Just Like P!NK – The P!NK Experience
Tuesday, Oct. 15

Just Like P!NK returns to Lewisville for a third straight year after entertaining crowds at the previous two Sounds of Lewisville concert series. Just Like P!NK's motivation stems from an honest admiration, dedication and emotional attachment to P!nk and her music. Just Like PINK strives to exquisitely capture and embody the true essence of P!nk’s spirit through live performance, as only true fans could.

Grupo Vida
Tuesday, Oct. 22

Over the course of this extraordinary career, Grupo Vida, aka, The Electric Cowboys has received multiple awards in some of the country’s major music categories, including three Grammy nominations, more than one million views on YouTube, and a top-eight finish on CMT’s Music Madness Video Contest with more than seven million votes.

This charismatic group’s passion for music and performance is fueled by dedication, hard work and team-effort. These efforts allow Vida to continue to produce their brand of live performance to the thousands of fans that have come out to their concerts.

HALLOWEEN BASH
Tuesday, Oct 29
Destroyer – KISS Tribute

Bring the kids for some trick-or-treating at participating Old Town businesses from 5 to 7 p.m. Kids activities also will be set up around Wayne Ferguson Plaza.

At 7 p.m., Destroyer – KISS Tribute brings the music of the “Hottest Band in the World” to the Wayne Ferguson Plaza stage. You wanted the best, you got the best. Destroyer brings all the power and sound of the Starchild, Demon, Space Ace, and the Catman from the 70’s.

The “Rocktober” concert series is an initiative of the “Old Town” Big Move of the Lewisville 2025 vision plan. It’s part of a larger effort to continue developing Old Town Lewisville as a resident gathering site and a visitor destination. The full Lewisville 2025 vision plan can be found at cityoflewisville.com/Lewisville2025.

Limited bar/food sales will be available at each concert. Attendees also are encouraged to enjoy some of the dining options in Old Town, including Alkey’s Lounge & Eatery, J2 Strakhouse, Old Town Wine House, Prohibition Chicken, Tierney’s Café & Tavern, and Twisted Root Burger Company.

Attendees can bring lawn chairs or blankets for their comfort during the concert. Glass bottles are strongly discouraged in Wayne Ferguson Plaza. Smoking/vaping is prohibited in all areas of the plaza. Attendees also are reminded there is no swimming or playing in the flowing water feature that runs along the north side of the Plaza. Well-behaved pets on a leash are welcome; owners are expected to clean up after their animals, and plastic bag dispensers are available on site.