Live on the Lawn music festival slated for July in Dellrose

Scheduled bands include Grammy-nominated Corey Stoots


HOCKLEY — Dellrose will kick off a month-long “Live on the Lawn” music festival from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 6, at the master-planned community’s clubhouse, 17312 Springfield Meadow Drive in Hockley. The events are free and open to the public.

The four-concert series will feature a different band each Saturday throughout July, accompanied by well-known Houston-area food trucks. Each concert will highlight a different musical genre.

“We are excited to host our first-ever concert series at Dellrose,” said Matt Janke, Director of Land Development for Empire Continental Land, developer of Dellrose. “It’s a great line-up of bands and food trucks that will offer something for everyone. We hope the public will be able to join our residents during these free concerts and sample a taste of the Dellrose lifestyle.”

The theme for the first concert will be Latin fusion. Houston-based band KAOS will take the stage offering up four decades-worth of Latin hits.

Two food trucks — The Kaow Asian Fusion and Skye Café — will continue the fusion theme. The Kaow Asian Fusion will roll in with its signature Asian and “Kajun” dishes. Sky Café will serve up a customized menu of burgers, chicken, wraps and more.

The series continues July 13 with the mellow jazz sounds of Grammy-nominated Corey Stoots. Acoustic country duo Emily & Andrew will perform July 20. The series concludes July 27 with rock band Nervous Rex.

The line-up of food trucks will change each week. Mobile brewpub Tap Truck Houston will provide a variety of craft beers for purchase.

Concert attendees are encouraged take pictures and share them on social media using the hashtag #DellroseLiveOnTheLawn.

Live on the Lawn is one of many events and activities hosted by Dellrose each year. Residents also enjoy a resort-style pool, splash pad, tennis courts and playgrounds. Homes in the community by builders Ashton Woods, Chesmar Homes, Empire Communities, Lennar, Plantation Homes and Princeton Classic Homes are priced from the $190,000s to the $450,000s.

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