Texas Tunes


The Texas Tunes series began in 2011 as part of the inaugural season of Lewisville’s beautiful new arts facility. This series features musicians based in Texas, performing music about Texas and doing so with skill and style. Performers include both contemporary young artists and seasoned professionals. It is all about entertaining audiences and celebrating our diverse Texas culture. The series is presented by the City of Lewisville.  

** New in 2018 reserve seating now available for Texas Tunes Concerts. Tier 1 seats are $30, Tier 2 seats are $20, and can be purchased online at MCLGrand.tix.com (sales tax included). Tickets also are available for purchase at the MCL Grand, during regular business hours, Tuesday-Saturday,  10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Online sales are encouraged so concert goers can utilize the interactive seating chart, but phone sales are available by calling 972.219.8446 during MCL Grand business hours, in addition to the in-person sales option. **

Lewisville residents are able to purchase single-show tickets in the Tier 2 section for $15 each in person at the MCL Grand (based on availability). Discount tickets are not available online. Current driver’s license or utility bill will be required to verify residency.

All shows start at 8 p.m.  The full schedule will be announced soon.

2018 Series Schedule


date performer(s) website(s)
Jimmie Dale Gilmore with Colin Gilmore

** Tickets for this show will be available starting
on Thursday, Dec. 21 **
Saturday, Jan. 13





Jimmie Dale Gilmore with Colin Gilmore:

Kicking off the 2018 season on Saturday, January 13 will be Jimmie Dale and Colin Gilmore. This father-son duo have joined forces to create a truly unique performance style, summoning the spirits of their home town Lubbock, TX in their songs and stories.

For over 50 years Jimmie Dale Gilmore has been writing and playing his music that eludes categorization. With elements of folk, rock, country, blues and bluegrass his recordings have earned three Grammy nominations and he was named Country Artist of the Year three years running by Rolling Stone Magazine. His alliance with Joe Ely and Butch Hancock as The Flatlanders has them credited as fathers of the Alt-Country movement.

Colin Gilmore grew up in Lubbock, TX and spent nights as a child in nightclubs witnessing Joe Ely, Terry Allen and his own father Jimmie Dale Gilmore bring the stage to life. He developed a taste for Buddy Holly, Townes Van Zandt and bands like The Clash and The Pogues. He recently performed in and wrote songs for the critically acclaimed feature film ‘Barracuda’, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival.