Toyota Texas Fest brings star-studded concert lineup and two-day food festival to Toyota Stadium
The Toyota Texas Fest presented by JBL (TTF) has released the star-studded concert lineup for the 2016 event at Toyota Stadium, May 20–22, 2016. Daily concert lineups will be headlined by Lee Brice, Kip Moore and Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy. To further enhance spectator entertainment, TTF has announced the Lone Star Food Fest hosted by Dean Fearing.
The Lone Star Food Fest is a fun-filled culinary showcase event that will take place on Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22,at Toyota Stadium in conjunction with TTF. The Lone Star Food Fest will showcase the best food, drinks and restaurants that Texas has to offer. This hospitality ticket provides the opportunity to taste top Texas cuisine and enjoy premium beverage sampling together in an extraordinary atmosphere at Toyota Stadium.
“I look forward to being part of the inaugural Lone Star Food Fest,” said Dean Fearing. “It provides an exclusive opportunity for premier North Texas restaurants to showcase their menu favorites to a family-friendly audience for a great cause.” Lone Star Food Fest tickets will also include access to premium seating during the TTF concerts with a great view of the main stage as well as access to the stage pit to get up close to the performers.
All tickets, including Lone Star Food Fest tickets, will go on sale Tuesday, March 8, and will be available online at ToyotaTexasFest.com or the Toyota Stadium Box Office.
Tickets to attend the Lone Star Food Fest are available for $25 per day or $50 for a 3-day pass. Ticket price includes unlimited food and a defined number of beverage samples. For spectators looking for an upgraded experience at Toyota Texas Fest, Lunker Club hospitality tickets are available for $250 per day. Ticketholders to the Lunker Club will have access to a climate-controlled hospitality suite, catered buffet and a full bar (must be 21+ to consume alcohol), access to premium stage pit, as well as access to the Lone Star Food Fest.
Toyota Texas Fest general admission tickets are available for just $10 per day or $20 for a 3-day pass. Children ages 15 and under will be given free general admission when accompanied by a ticketed adult (limit two children per ticketed adult). Military members and their families will be given free general admission all weekend (with valid military ID).
“TPWD is honored to once again partner with TTC, and we are thankful for everyone’s support of our mission to provide outdoor recreational opportunities for all generations of Texans,” said Dave Terre, TPWD’s chief of research and management. “This event provides a place where youth and families can connect and learn about the outdoors. We’ll have hands-on activities available for children of all ages, and department staff will be available to help you plan your next outdoor adventure in Texas.”
All tickets give spectators access to the TPWD Outdoor Adventures Area, outdoor consumer expo, Kid Zone, and music performances happening on stage all day long. Opening acts include Eric Paslay, Chase Bryant, Roger Creager and more.
About the Event: The Toyota Texas Fest is a three-day outdoor festival that will take place May 20-22, 2016, at Toyota Stadium (Frisco, Texas). The mission of the event is to raise awareness and funding for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. One of the festivals’ main events is the Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC), which is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2016. TTBC is a world-class bass fishing tournament featuring the top 36 bass anglers competing on Lake Ray Roberts (Denton, Texas). Additionally, the festival will include exceptional entertainment and a wide variety of outdoor programming for the entire family. Activities include games and interactive displays at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Adventures Area and an outdoor consumer expo featuring the latest products and services from event partners. Throughout each day, country music’s biggest stars including Lee Brice, Kip Moore, and Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy and more, will entertain thousands of fans.
Our Cause: Proceeds benefit the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. For more information visit www.tpwd.state.tx.us.
Current sponsors: Toyota, JBL by Harman, Bass Pro Shops, NITRO Boats, GEICO, Anheuser-Busch, Embassy Suites Dallas, Frisco Hotel Convention Center and Spa, Frisco Convention and Visitors Bureau.