We’re honored to be closing out the City of McKinney’s annual Jammin’ in June Concert in the Park series. Bring a lawn chair, blankets and a picnic basket to enjoy the summer evening and some patriotic music.
The McKinney Community Band rings in the holiday season with the sounds of sleigh rides, bells and all things festive. Bring the whole family for an afternoon filled with holiday favorites that will put you in the mood for welcoming this special time of year. And the kids will love our visitor from the North who’ll be stopping by!
This program is free and perfect for all ages, as are all concerts by the MCB and its satellite groups. This event is funded in part by the McKinney Arts Commission which enables the band to continue providing the community with free concerts of great music!
Enjoy a meal on McKinney’s beautiful downtown square prior to or after our always-FREE concert. It makes for a special day out with family and friends. The beautiful downtown square is in its festive finery and will definitely put you in the holiday spirit!
Calling all fans of thrilling (and slightly chilling) family films featuring superheroes, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Disney and more for a concert especially for the little ones and those of us who are young at heart! The musical afternoon will feature an instrument “petting zoo” so the kids can get a close-up look at some of the band instruments … plus a surprise or two. As always, the McKinney Community Band’s concerts are free and open to the public with no ticket required. Join the MCB on Sunday, Oct 1 at 4 p.m. at the McKinney Performing Arts Center, 111 N. Tennessee in historic downtown McKinney.
The McKinney Dance Band, a full-sized dance band, takes the stage to honor our American veterans with a variety of selections sure to get your toes tapping. As always, our concerts are free and open to the public. No ticket needed.
Enjoy a rousing Sunday afternoon of American composers such as Copland, Williams and Sousa as the McKinney Community Band honors the American spirit. As always, our concerts are free and no ticket is required. Bring your family and friends for an afternoon event for all ages, then enjoy dinner or dessert at any of the wonderful restaurants on the square.
Join the band as we help honor our fallen heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our freedom. This event takes place Memorial Day morning and includes addresses by city, county and state elected officials as well as local police and fire personnel, Boy Scouts and more. The band performs patriotic pieces starting around 9:30 a.m. with the ceremony starting at 10 a.m. The band also performs one piece during this very moving program.