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Published on June 15, 2024
Lewisville's Wayne Ferguson Plaza Hosts 'Lover' Taylor Swift Tribute Band for Sounds of Lewisville SeriesSource: Michael Barera, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Coming this Tuesday to Wayne Ferguson Plaza, the 'Lover' Taylor Swift tribute band is set to enchant fans with melodious renditions of the pop icon's hits, marking another night of the retooled Sounds of Lewisville concert series. The free event located at 150 W. Church Street is part of a strategic shift to a May-June schedule, sidestepping the peak summer temps for a cooler, more comfortable music experience for all involved.

The concerts kick off at a family-friendly 7 p.m. sharp every Tuesday and for the early birds, opening acts such as the Legacy House Band will take the stage from 7 p.m. until around 7:45 p.m., warming the crowd up for headliners that will rock the venue from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., according to an announcement by the City of Lewisville, Texas. Remember to plop down on those blankets or set up your lawn chairs early for a good spot, if you're planning to bring Fido along, just keep them leashed and remember food and refreshing beverages are yours for the buying, just no smoking or vaping, it's a no-go in the plaza.

Adding to the series, the finale is set to be a star-spangled bash with the DCTA A-train Red White & Lewisville show presented by CoServ. It kicks off earlier at 6 p.m. on July 2, showcasing Jade Flores followed by the rockin' 'ESCAPE' Journey tribute band, and capped off with a "low-level" fireworks display, a literal highlight, as fireworks burst forth from the Lewisville Grand Theater, just make sure to angle your neck appropriately.

Wayne Ferguson Plaza isn't just a spot for tunes, it's an award-winning 1.5-acre urban park that seamlessly integrates natural and architectural elements—think splash pads for the little ones and a garden that's not just flora but an actual palette of native grasses and wildflowers. If you're looking to GPS this musical haven, navigate from Interstate 35E, take exit 452, and coast on down Main Street until you hit Charles Street, you can't miss Lewisville Grand Theater. Remember, parking is as free as the concerts and is available along Main and Charles streets, or at Lewisville City Hall not a bad deal for a night of Swiftian anthems or a blast of Journey nostalgia.