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    What’s Going On This Month: October


    Oct. 7-23 | Meadowmere Park 

    Score your fall family photos and have fun at the same time at Grapevine’s PumpkinFest! For three weekends in October, you can pick out pumpkins to carve at the pumpkin patch, take pictures in cute photo-op areas and go on a Halloween-themed hike on the Meadowmere Park Trail. There will be delicious treats like freshly-squeezed lemonade and funnel cakes to sip and snack on. When the sun sets, the BooMan Group singing pumpkins will come out for a sensational performance. It’s delightfully spooky October fun!

    Whiskey Myers

    Oct. 15 | Dickies Arena

    The Whiskey Myers boys are growing up, but they’re still playing by their own rules. The band — made up of lead singer Cody Cannon, guitarists John Jeffers and Cody Tate, drummer Jeff Hott, bassist Jamey Gleaves and Tony Kent playing keyboards and percussion — released their latest album, “Tornillo,” over the summer. Jam out to the southern rockers as they perform some of their new songs at Dickies Arena later this month, including “John Wayne,” “Antioch” and “For The Kids.” The gritty, authentic “Yellowstone”-featured singers, known for hits like “Broken Window Serenade” and “Bury My Bones,” are sure to put on a one-of-a-kind show!

    Fall Fest

    Oct. 15-16 | Grandscape 

    Autumn in Texas is always a gamble. Will it be cool, boots-wearing weather? Or a hot and miserable extension of summer? No matter what, you can still celebrate the seasons at Fall Fest in Grandscape! This weekend event includes live music, craft and food vendors, fall-themed carnival games, a petting zoo, train rides, a place to take pictures and buy a pumpkin at the Grandscape Pumpkin Patch. Whether it feels like it or not, it’s fall y’all!

    Double Trouble 5K & 10K 

    Oct. 15 | Grapevine  

    Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble — it’s time for a little Double Trouble! The Double Trouble 5K and 10K is the Lake Grapevine Runners and Walkers’ signature fall event at the Clubhouse in Oak Grove Park. Although it’s not that scary, this is still a fun fall race with beautiful lakeside views as you make your way through the course. Afterward, those 21 and over can enjoy a free beer from Hop & Sting Brewing Co.

    Post Malone

    Oct. 21 | American Airlines Center 

    With his genre-blending rap music, catchy lyrics and star-studded collaborations, Post Malone’s latest album, “Twelve Carat Toothache,” proves his talent has no ceiling. He’s been nominated for nine Grammy Awards and is a three-time diamond-certified artist. Now he’s returning home to Texas for his latest tour. Whether he’s performing hits like “Cooped Up,” “One Right Now,” “I Like You (A Happier Song)” or “Insane,” Post Malone keeps his Posties running in circles. 

    Steve Martin And Martin Short

    Oct. 22 | Texas Trust Cu Theatre 

    Ever since Steve Martin and Martin Short met on set of the 1986 western comedy “Three Amigos,” neither of their worlds have been the same. The multi-Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award-winning comedic legends are quite the duo, having gone on several comedy tours over the years and recently co-starring in Hulu’s “Only Murders In The Building” alongside Selena Gomez. Now, they are touring once again for their “You Won’t Believe What They Look Like Today!” tour, where you’ll get to witness their playful banter, hilarious roasts of each other and self-deprecating jokes that will make you laugh the whole time. 


    Oct. 22 | Southlake Town Square 

    Southlake’s most anticipated festival of lights is returning for its fifth annual event this fall. Hosted by the Southlake Foundation, Southlake Diwalifest is a multicultural festival that celebrates Indian culture and traditions through dance performances, food and live entertainment. With activities including arts and crafts, clothing and jewelry exhibits, photo booths, a fashion show, raffles, prizes and an open dance floor, there are many ways to celebrate Diwali at this family-friendly festival. And when the night is over, stick around for the fireworks show that will light up the sky and your hearts.

    Amy Schumer

    Oct. 23 | Texas Trust Cu Theatre 

    Amy Schumer has made a career of being relatable. From her Peabody and Emmy Award-winning sketch comedy series “Inside Amy Schumer” to her HBO series “Expecting Amy” to her Hulu comedy-drama “Life & Beth,” the unfiltered comedian is unafraid to open up about herself and her life. Now, the “I Feel Pretty” star is going on a raunchy, hilarious tour where she’ll talk about motherhood, marriage and all of the funny, sexy and gross parts of being a woman. If you enjoy sarcastic and self-deprecating comedy, you’ll find it in Amy Schumer. 

    Pumpkin Nights

    Through Oct. 30 | Howell Farms 

    Jack-‘o-lanterns smile from above your head. A Frankenstein-painted pumpkin sits in the middle of a see-saw. Neon-blue pumpkins set the stage for a cool underwater-themed experience. These are just some of the many cool painted and carved pumpkins surrounding you at Pumpkin Nights! Walk under the glowing Pumpkin Passage, say “arrrgh!” at the Pirate Cove, go into the deep sea at the Neon Reef, play games at the Monster Mash, dance at Maravilla Lane, visit the pumpkin-filled Great Hill and walk through the Forbidden City. It’s all family-friendly Halloween fun!

    Chris Stapleton

    Oct. 27 | Dickies Arena 

    The ACM artist-songwriter of the decade, Chris Stapleton is coming to Dickies Arena with “Ex’s and Oh’s” guest singer Elle King. The long-haired, deep-voiced country singer has a string of awards under his belt. A few of them include eight Grammys, 14 Country Music Association Awards and 10 Academy of Country Music Awards. The “Tennessee Whiskey” singer’s voice roars with a powerful sound, and he’s bringing it on his All-American Road Show to promote his fourth album “Starting Over.” Bring your cowboy hat and your beer money, because you’ve got a night ahead of you with one of country’s greatest artists. 


    Oct. 28 | American Airlines Center 

    The truth hurts when Lizzo tells it — and boy, does she tell it! The three-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, rapper and actress breathed a new life into female rap music with her 2019 RIAA-platinum certified debut album “Cuz I Love You,” featuring “Juice” and the seven-time platinum hit “Truth Hurts.” Now the hit artist is coming to Dallas, and she’s bringing her hit songs with her including “About Damn Time,” “Grrrls,” “2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)” and “Rumors.” The truth is that Lizzo is amazing, and we can’t wait for you to see why! 

    The Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch

    Through Oct. 31 | Flower Mound 

    It’s a pumpkin party at The Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch! Hundreds of pumpkins and gourds are for sale, but don’t rush. The pumpkin patch is open all day and offers plenty of opportunities for a good time. Take pictures with cartoon character cutouts, wander through the hay maze, go on a hayride, take the little ones on a train ride and enjoy delicious baked goods and refreshments. Cornstalks, hay bales and T-shirts are available for purchase to bring a little autumn home with you.

    Blue’s Clues & You Live On Stage

    Nov. 2 | Texas Trust Cu Theatre 

    If your kids love hunting for clothes, sitting in the thinking chair and hanging out with Blue, Josh and all their friends, they will love “Blue’s Clues & You Live On Stage!” This show is skidooing to stage for one night only, where kids and grown-ups will help Josh find everything he needs to put on a magical theater show. It features Broadway-style song and dance, as Magenta helps make a rainbow, Rainbow Puppy helps make a music video and Blue gets to float in outer space. So who’s ready to get a clue?



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