Two performances are left in the
2018 Live at the Lake series, the musical evening hosted by the Wichita Falls
Museum of Art at MSU Texas at the Priddy Pavillion. Rock, Paper, Scissors – a newly-formed group with local musicians and a new lead
singer/songbird – will play an eclectic range of songs Thursday, July 26.
A performance postponed because of
weather has been rescheduled for Aug. 9 to close out the series. The Wichita
Falls Symphony Orchestra will present David Holcomb and the Gypsy Rustlers, a
Dallas-based group playing a mix of gypsy jazz, western swing, blues, and
are 6:30-8:30 p.m. Guests are invited to bring chairs and blankets. Gypsy Kit,
Red River Hot Dogs, and Kona Ice food trucks will be on hand.
This was the 11th
season for Live at the Lake. Other groups who participated this year include Cousin
Fuzzy, the Jay Hollis Band, Walkin’ Johnny, and
the James Cook Band.
Events has produced the sound for each group. Frank & Joe’s Coffee House has
been the event sponsor. Presenting sponsors include Stewart Title, McBride’s
Steakhouse, OK Concrete, and Another Man’s Treasures and Estate Sales. WFMA
also acknowledges the support of the Texas Commission on the Arts, the City of
Wichita Falls, MSU Texas, and Standard Sales Company.
The mission of the WFMA is to
enrich life in the community through new experiences in visual art for all
ages. There is no admission fee, although donations are appreciated, and no
memberships. There is ample parking and the building is ADA accessible. Hours
are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
For more information about current
art exhibitions and educational programs, call 940-397-8900 or visit www.wfmamsu.org
Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas
Circle, Wichita Falls, Texas 76308