Honky Tonk is coming to downtown Colleyville. The City announced Concerts in the Plaza are back. The Texas Trouble Band will perform a free family-friendly concert on May 16 from 4:30-6:00 PM.
The Concert in the Park event takes place at the Plaza at City Hall. As with all Colleyville events, this concert is free. Families can bring spread out a blanket on the wide-open grass and listen to some Country Western tunes.
The Texas Trouble band is well-known in the Dallas Fort Worth area. They cover old-school Country Western hits. Attendees can sing along to songs by American artists such as Wille Nelson, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, George Strait, Gary Stewart, Marty Ribbons, Waylon Jennings, and Ray Price.
Texas Trouble often plays at small local venues. They have previously performed in Dallas at the the Neon Cowboy and The Rustic. In Grapevine, they light up the stage at Tolberts. In Fort Worth, the band performs at Magnolia Motor Lounge and the Stockyard Colleseum.
To learn more, check out Texas Trouble on their Facebook page.
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All events from the City of Colleyville are free. The City is making use of its beautiful Plaza and hopes to bring people together. The Plaza is located in front of City Hall at 90 Main Street.
The Colleyville Concert in the Park series takes place on Sunday afternoons. The Colleyville Concert in the Park series takes place on Sunday afternoons.
The city hosted Springtime in America in March. Fort Worth Brass entertained the crowd with trumpets, a french horn, trombone, and a tuba. Night Owl Coffee provided energy juice for the crowd.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s String ensemble performed their spring concert in the Colleyville Plaza on May 2. On May 9, Colleyville hosted the comedic Dueling Pianos with Arch Hooks and Jimmy Clark.
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On Saturday, May 22, Colleyville will host the 1st Annual Colleyville City Fair. The event is in honor of fallen soldiers. Colleyville City Fair is advertised to be a family event with “carnival rides, games, a pie baking contest, food trucks, stilts walkers, face painters, balloon artists, award-winning attractions, petting zoo, and pony rides.” The event will end with a firework show.
When it comes to spending time with others during the pandemic, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends being outside in well-ventilated spaces as a safer choice. Covid-19 is a respiratory virus that spreads more easily indoors than outdoors.
Updated CDC guidelines indicate fully vaccinated individuals may attend outdoor events with minimal risk. The news guidelines stated fully vaccinated people may “gather or conduct activities outdoors without wearing a mask except in certain crowded settings and venues.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) also supports outdoor exercise as an essential tool to stay fit during the pandemic. The WHO reminds everyone to practice physical distancing and hand hygiene. Participants should wash their hands with soap and water before and after being in public. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer should be used after arriving at the event. The CDC and WHO recommend anyone who is feeling sick or may have been exposed to Covid-19 should stay home and isolate themselves from others.
Just in time for summer, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced game-changing news. The FDA expanded the emergency use authorization for the Pfizer messenger RNA Covid-19 vaccine for kids age 12–15 years old. Children are ready to get out of the house and return to normal life.
Children, who are at least 12 years old, may register for a vaccine in Colleyville here. The online registration is simple and easy. After completing the short form, the City of Colleyville will email an appointment confirmation.
Colleyville is a great city for families. Residents can enjoy these wonderful, free city events to get outside and spend precious time with family.
Article originally published by Newsbreak.
Blog Author: Dr. Jeff Livingston
Main Blog Photo By: Colleyville City Government