WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - The Wichita Falls Parks and Recreation Department has released its lineup for the 2017 Free Fall Concert Series.
The concerts are scheduled from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at various locations in October.
The featured musicians will play a variety of musical genres. The public is invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the free night of entertainment.
A look at the October schedule can be found below;
October 3rd – The Vinyl Stripes (South Weeks Park)
Rockabilly, Rock and Roll, Hot Rods, Drive-In movies, Car Hops, Surf Music, Early Elvis and Sun Records! It's that classic sound and look of the 1950's and 60's that influences the Texas-based band "The Vinyl Stripes"! With their skinny ties, 50's pork pie hats, Gretsch guitars, slappin standup bass and retro rocking drums, The Vinyl Stripes perform those great Rockabilly, Rock & Roll and Surf classics.
October 17th – The Inspiration Band (Lake Wichita Park)
TIB!!! came together to produce great family fun music from the past and current TOP 40 VARIETY playlists. These guys and ladies took on the vision to create a LIVE show the entire family can enjoy together. This group would say, 'we will inspire the listeners to move their hips and tap their feet!' This group carefully designed their band to blend the sounds of all TOP 40 genres during play as if they were a disc jockey, while, they create the party experience with the sound and electric energy of LIVE MUSIC!
October 24th – It Hurts To Be Dead (Bud Daniel Park)
Blending an eclectic mix of rock, punk, and poetry, It Hurts To Be Dead was founded in Wichita Falls, TX in early 2010 by long-time friends in the Wichita Falls music scene and has since been hard at work carving out their own niche throughout the region. The focus is emotionally driven music which has garnered energetic responses at live shows. With their unique sound and approach to songwriting, you'll be hard-pressed to find another band like It Hurts To Be Dead.
For more information, you can call the Recreation Division at (940) 761-7490.