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Join us on the Simpson Plaza lawn, in front of City Hall for Frisco Square's featured summer event, MUSIC IN THE SQUARE.

Bring friends and family, grab a picnic, some blankets or chairs, and under the nighttime stars, enjoy listening to a unique line-up of talented musicians Friday evenings this June, between 7:30 and 9:00 PM.

Admission is free.

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June 6

The Motion Band 

Motion performances showcase powerful deliveries by their male and female vocalists, smooth rhythm section, and world-renowned brass musicians. The band’s style encompasses familiar tunes from the Motown era, R&B, and popular dance songs in today’s Top 40s. The musicians’ choreography and contagious energy drives party guests to the dance floor at every show.

June 13

Chant Duplantier

Chant Duplantier is a Louisiana-born, Texas-bred multi-instrumentalist who defines his sound as 'Eclectic Soul'. He blends his blues, soul, and funk influences with uniquely crafted songs that pay respect to the music of the past while establishing a new sound for the future.

June 20

Moving Colors

Moving Colors is one of the most popular bands in the Dallas area performing a wide variety of music and incorporating some buckets & trash cans in their routine as well. They love to have fun on stage and also love performing at outdoor festivals. 

June 27

Sgt Pepper's Lonely Bluegrass Band

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band is a modern “bluegrass” band that plays and sings the songs of The Beatles (with orchestral accompaniment when possible). It starts with some of the best music composed by Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison and takes it on a Magical Mystery Tour all it’s own. Fundamentally, it’s an acoustic version of The Beatles using a little experimentation (like The Beatles) of sounds coming from instruments you normally wouldn’t expect to hear, and played in a way they are not normally played. The result is a very pleasing sound with a lot of fun surprises along the way.