Spring Music Festival Barefoot Bands in the Park
SPRING, TX – The Spring master-planned community of Harmony will host the return of its popular free outdoor music festival, Barefoot Bands in the Park, on Saturday, April 14 from noon to 4 p.m. featuring headliner Hannah Kay, the 2018 CMA Texas Female Artist of the Year.
Remarkably, Kay penned her first song at the age of eight. By the time she turned 10, she captured her first professional studio recording. In the years to follow, the Magnolia native was mentored by several Grammy-winning producers and songwriters. Her latest work, the extended play “Magnolia to Nashville,” tells the young singer’s story of her quest to reach the top of country music.
Barefoot Bands in the Park, now in its third year, will open with the blues, rock, soul and folks sounds of the Louis Adams Band.
The free, family-friendly outdoor music festival will feature several attractions for the kids including a giant dry slide, extreme bungee, balloon artist, rock wall, oversized lawn games and face painters. Families also will enjoy two popular Houston food trucks – the Chicago-style hot dogs of Bright Relish and the Houston dessert truck SweetRide.
All of the festivities will be held in The Thicket in Harmony, 3811 Everly Bend Drive in Spring, a tree-lined park minutes from the community’s main entrance on Rayford Road at the newly extended Grand Parkway.
Harmony’s Barefoot Bands in the Park music festival is free and open to the public. Blankets, lawn chairs and children’s wagons are welcome. Free onsite parking is available.
While at Barefoot Bands in the Park, families can tour Harmony’s collection of 15 luxury model homes, each fully furnished and expertly decorated.
To learn more about Harmony’s Barefoot Bands in the Park, go to www.BarefootBands.com.
PHOTO: Hannah Kay, the 2018 CMA Texas Female Artist of the Year, headlines Harmony’s April 14 Barefoot Bands in the Park
Source: Bernard Kaplan