Ready or not, Valentine’s Day is almost here.
Let’s face it, this most romantic of holidays can become oversaturated with the same old options. A lot of people are done fighting the crowds and doing what everyone else is doing.
Maybe this is the year that you skip the hard-to-get reservation and flowers that will die over the following week. Instead…
How about an arts-filled, unforgettable evening in Paris?
Thanks to the annual Frisco Arts Valentine’s Red Carpet Concert at Frisco Hall, your evening is guaranteed to be both memorable and flawless. Your ticket will include heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine, dessert, the concert, complimentary valet, and a special gift to take home to remember your travels.
It’s destined to be a night to remember.
You’ll start your romantic evening walking down the red carpet and transporting yourself to Paris where you’ll be surrounded by the beautiful art of Lina Rincon. The evening will feature an intimate concert with Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera, David Gaschen, and will close with dessert and an after-party with the artists.
That’s it. No planning, no stress. Frisco Arts does all of the work and you get a memorable evening that benefits the continuation of arts advocacy, grants, and scholarships in Frisco.
The idea for the Valentine’s event originated a little more than three years ago. Arts patrons wanted to feature talented artists and musicians and connect them to the greater Frisco community.
As Frisco grows, so does the pool of the talent and the interest of a community that longs for quality events to experience the arts.
Tammy Meinershagen, Executive Director of Frisco Arts, explained, “Though Frisco does not yet have a performing arts center, we have world-class talent that wants to perform in Frisco.”
Frisco Association for the Arts is a nonprofit who believes in the power of the arts to unify, inspire, and sustain a great city. Through innovative programming, Frisco Arts is building a stronger community through the arts.
Thanks to collaborative community partners, devoted volunteers, and community support, Frisco Arts is a vital organ in the life of the City. Meinershagen shared,
We could not have done this without the partnerships of Darling Homes, Frisco Life Magazine, and Frisco Hall. Funds raised from this event will help us continue to bring world-class music and art to Frisco.
When the arts thrives in a community, the quality of life improves for all citizens, and there’s a vibrancy that’s unmatched.
The only bad news I have for you is that the event has limited seating and will inevitably sell out. Do not delay – get your tickets today. $85/Member, $100/Non-Member. Contact Barbara Mazzeo at firstname.lastname@example.org to check your membership status.
February 14, 2020
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Frisco Hall, 5353 Independence Pkwy
Stay tuned for a number of other Frisco Arts events coming up including Frisco Arts Fest on Saturday, April 18, 2020 and an Arts and Fashion panel on June 2, 2020. Make sure to follow Frisco Arts social media to stay up on the latest events: Facebook | Instagram