WICHITA FALLS, TX - Thursday night the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU completed their 8th of 13 scheduled "Live at The Lake" concert performances scheduled for this summer. The concert series has run annually at the WFMA at MSU for the last seven years.
The events take place on the Priddy Pavilion outside the WFMA at MSU and are completely free to the public. The recently added Priddy Pavilion has been able to increase attendance and flexibility when it comes to entertainment the museum can offer. While the majority of the concerts have been music based in years past today the WFMA at MSU is also offering a select number of theater performances as well.
"This is the second summer for the pretty pavilion the audiences are much larger we have around 350 to 400 people an evening and we have expanded the number of concerts so this year we started in May and it runs through September," said Francine Carraro the WFMA at MSU Director.
Not only is the entertainment free but the Museum also offers free bottled water to make sure attendees are well hydrated and those over 21 are welcome to grab a free adult beverage until the museum runs out. If you're looking for a bite to eat there are plenty of local vendors that have partnered up with the WFMA at MSU to provide food but it should be noted unlike the beverages the food is not free.
If you would like to learn more about the WFMA at MSU and their "Live at The Lake" series, simply click HERE for a link to the website.