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The Festivities Never Stop with Nearby Year-Round Events


Special events happen all year round near Canyon Falls, making every season feel special. Come enjoy live music, carnivals, fireworks, wine-tasting, even hot-air balloon rides -- it’s all happening here.


Evenings on Oak Street Concert Series - Roanoke

Thursday nights once or twice a month from March through September

Bring a blanket or chairs to these free live performances on Roanoke’s Austin Street Plaza, then walk to one of Roanoke’s restaurants for an after-show dinner.


Twilight Tunes - Denton

Thursday evenings from April through June

Grab a meal-to-go from one of the nearby restaurants and settle in for a night of free live music on Denton County’s Courthouse-on-the-Square.


Jazz Concert Series at the Shops at Highland Village - Highland Village

Tuesday evenings in May

Bring a picnic or dine on the patio at Patrizio’s and enjoy free live jazz shows every Tuesday in May.


Friday Note Music in the Park - Flower Mound

Every Friday evening in May

Finish the week with a free family-friendly live show in Heritage Park.


Sounds of Lewisville Concert Series - Lewisville

Tuesday evenings in June and July

Catch a free live concert on summer Tuesdays at Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 15 miles from Canyon Falls.


Roanoke’s 3rd Rocks - Roanoke

Every July 3

Held on Independence Eve, this annual celebration of America features live music, kids’ activities and, of course, fireworks.


Independence Fest - Flower Mound

July 4

Celebrate these United States all day long with a kids’ parade, a free live concert, a free kids’ zone with face-painting and bounce houses, and fireworks.


The Lions Club Balloon Festival and Fair - Highland Village

Weekend in mid August

With tethered hot-air balloon rides, live music, food and beverage booths, arts and crafts tents and a carnival, this three-day festival is more than just pretty balloons -- though they’ve got those too in the form of evening “balloon glows” (anchored hot-air balloons lit up like colorful lanterns).


Celebrate Roanoke - Roanoke

2nd Saturday in October

This downtown festival includes free live music, fireworks, a Texas Motor Speedway exhibit, food booths, craft vendors, historic reenactments, and kids’ entertainment including magicians, puppet shows, bounce houses and more.


Grapefest - Grapevine

4 days in mid September

Live music on three stages, food vendors, carnival rides, ice carving demos, a car show -- and, of course, wine tasting -- are just some of the attractions of this four-day event, now in its 30th year.


ICE! and Lone Star Christmas at the Gaylord Texan - Grapevine

November and December

Come see the magic of two million lights bouncing off ice sculptures crafted from two million pounds of ice at this four-star hotel in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas. There’s even a 54-foot Christmas tree and indoor snow tubing with real snow!

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