One of the largest three-day outdoor music events in North Texas, Richardson’s Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival, brings more than 80 musical acts to Galatyn Park May 17-19. The final lineup of headlining acts is set and a variety of local and national acts will perform the best in classic rock, R&B, country, pop, alt-rock, folk and Americana—this year there is something for everyone.

Friday’s lineup includes RATT, Quiet Riot and Zebra on the Methodist Richardson Amphitheater Stage, and Good Charlotte, Neon Trees and L.A. Edwards on the Wildflower! Plaza Stage.

Saturday provides a full day of music highlighted by Grand Funk Railroad, The Guess Who and Blue Oyster Cult at the Methodist Richardson Amphitheater Stage with Fitz and the Tantrums and Judah & the Lion at the Wildflower! Plaza Stage. Big City Outlaws and Joshua Ray Walker are featured on the Bud Light Stage while Crystal Bowersox and Darrell Scott perform on the UnitedHealthcare Singer Songwriter Stage.

Sunday caps the weekend of music with The Jacksons and Ronnie Heart showcased on the Methodist Richardson Amphitheater Stage, Friday’s Foolery and Hannah Kirby on the Wildflower! Plaza Stage, Sam and Olivia and Matt the Electrician on the Bud Light Stage and Cari Ray & The Shaky Legs at the UnitedHealthcare Singer Songwriter Stage.

Ticket Information
The 2019 Wildflower! Festival’s three-day passes to the award-winning event can be purchased online only at for $65. Single-day tickets (good for entry Friday or Saturday) can be purchased online only for $30. Tickets purchased at the gate are $40. Sunday tickets can be purchased online for $15 ($20 at the gate). Tickets for kids ages 5-12 are $5 and can be purchased online or at the gate; admission for kids 4 and under is free.

Friends of the Festival VIP Packages are $375 and include two hospitality passes, reserved parking, special seating and a weekend of catered food and beverages.

Resident Ticket Discount
Richardson residents can purchase up to six individual adult tickets to the Festival per household for only $12 each. These tickets must be purchased in advance at City ticket outlets by 5 p.m. Friday, May 17.