Art in the Square

Dancers enjoy a band playing during Art in the Square in Southlake.

2007 File Photo

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More than 160 artists will set up shop throughout the streets of Southlake Town Square during this three-day festival. Browse paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and works made with glass and fiber. There'll also be works from a handful of local emerging artists and two stages of live music. Performers will include A Thousand Horses, Walton Stout, George Navarro, Southlake Community Band and a couple of cover bands, including Escape, a tribute to Journey, which closes out the festival. Children can have their faces painted, create art with sugar or oil and enjoy bounce houses and a zip line in the kids’ area. Some activities will require tickets.

Art in the Square is an open-air juried art show featuring works from more than 160 artists; live entertainment on two stages; food and drink vendors; and fun activities for children, tweens and teens.

Admission is free, but tickets are required to purchase food and drinks and for some children's activities.
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