Sounds of Spring Concert Series
Due to the public health emergency, the 2020 NRH Sounds of Spring Concert Series is canceled. We know staying home and being separated during this time isn’t easy, but we are doing it for our families, friends, neighbors and community. The safety of our citizens and community is always our top priority.
Good times, great music in North Richland Hills!
Each Spring, North Richland Hills presents the Sounds of Spring Concert Series. Visitors can enjoy 6 Friday nights of free live music by the area's best performers. Plan to join us in April and May and bring your friends and family, along with your picnics, lawn chairs and blankets - out for fun, great music and relaxation under the stars.
Location & Time
Sounds of Spring Concerts are held at the NRH City Hall, 4301 City Point Drive. Gates open at 6 p.m. and concerts begin at 7 p.m. Seating is on the lawn, so don’t forget your blankets and lawn chairs.
Admission is free and parking is free. A kids zone with free games and a variety of arts and crafts is available at each concert for the younger music fans in attendance. Food will be available for purchase from a variety of food trucks, or you are welcome to bring your own picnic, but please no glass containers.
The NRH City Hall Plaza is a non-smoking park in accordance with City Ordinance #2249. The following are not allowed: video and audio recording, unauthorized vendors and glass containers. Also, please no two-wheel scooters or skateboards.
Parking is free and is on a first come, first served basis. When you arrive, please turn on to Rodger Line Drive from Boulevard 26 (map of where to turn). Public Safety will then direct you to the concert event parking. City Point Drive will close at 6 p.m. Event parking signs will also help direct you to Sounds of Spring parking. Handicap parking is also available.
View / print parking map.
Dogs are welcome to sit with their humans for the concerts, but dogs must be on a leash while at the NRH City Hall Plaza. Please make sure you pick up after your pet, and be aware that dogs that display aggression, such as snapping or loud barking will be asked to leave. We want to make sure people and their furry friends have a safe and fun time at Sounds of Spring!
A Word About the Weather
Springtime in Texas can bring some stormy weather. Your safety and the safety of our performers is very important to us. Please check back on our main city page or on Facebook for the latest updates if inclement weather occurs on the day of the concert.
2020 Sounds of Spring Line Up
Click on the links below to learn a little more about who’s coming to town this Spring:
If you have questions, please email or call us at 817-427-6620.
Interested in joining us as a Sounds of Spring Community Partner? Please call 817-427-6620.