On April 21, 1836, General Sam Houston won the Battle of San Jacinto, which proved to be the pivotal victory in Texas’ quest for Independence. Lewisville will commemorate the occasion with a special “One Night in Texas” concert event.
Texas Flood, the Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute band that rocked KTA and Sounds of Lewisville last year, will be the headliner for this event. Cami Maki will also perform. Free pony rides will be offered. Food and Texas beers will be available for purchase.
Free parking is available in the East and West lots of City Hall, the public lot at Elm & Mills, and the public lot at Walters & Mill. Church Street will be closed between Mill and Charles.
Attendees should note that glass bottles are strongly discouraged in Wayne Ferguson Plaza, and smoking/vaping is prohibited. Attendees also are reminded there is no swimming or playing in the flowing water feature that runs along the north side of the Plaza. Well-behaved pets on a leash are welcome; owners are expected to clean up after their animals, and plastic bag dispensers are available on site. Wayne Ferguson Plaza features native landscaping, an open lawn, a boardwalk alongside a flowing water feature, a splash pad, and a permanent stage.
“One Night in Texas” is a new event intended to continue development of Old Town Lewisville as a visitor destination, and is an initiative of the Lewisville 2025 vision plan.