Fall is finally here and so are TONS of October events in Frisco! From a sold-out Imagine Dragons concert and the 15th Annual Lonestar Storytelling Festival, to pivotal home games for 1st place FC Dallas and the 11th Annual Camp Craig Allen Amateur BBQ Cookoff & Festival, you'll keep busy this October in Frisco. Count on it!
Thursday, October 4 at Dr Pepper Ballpark
This charity softball game will kickoff Red River Rivalry Weekend! Singer/songwriter Toby Keith will lead the Oklahoma team. 11-time MLB All-Star and two-time World Series champion Roger Clemens will captain Texas. This year's game splits the net proceeds equally between The Toby Keith Foundation and The Roger Clemens Foundation. General admission tickets for the game range between $10-$15, with lawn seats starting at $5. The ballpark will be divided in half, similar to the Cotton Bowl for the Red River Showdown, giving fans the chance to sit on the Texas side or the Oklahoma side.
Saturday, October 6 at Texas Sculpture Garden (Hall Office Park)
The 5K (8:30am - 10am) will start at 6801 Gaylord Parkway and take runners through the inspiring HALL Collection of art, where you'll also find pop-up musicians, dancers, and artists! The race will conclude at the FREE Frisco Arts Walk Festival (10am- 2pm) through the Texas Sculpture Garden, the largest private collection of Texas sculptures ever assembled and made available to the public.
Thursday, October 11 at Rail District (Historic Downtown Frisco)
Get your friends together and head to the heart the Rail District for live music and shopping! Get some great discounts and gifts from your favorite places in Frisco including Lillian Welch, Bittersweet Ivy, Twisted Simplicity, Sunny Paige Frisco, House of Hadley Kate, Summer Moon and eight11place.
Championship Game: Wednesday, October 17 at 6PM
Third Place Game: Wednesday, October 17 at 3PM
Semi-Final Games: Sunday, October 14 at 3PM & 6PM
For more than 20 years, CONCACAF has conducted championships for women’s national teams that have utilized various labels, formats and structures. Most, but not all, of those events have doubled as qualifying tournaments for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. This years tournament kicks off on October 4th in North Carolina and will culminate with the final games at Toyota Stadium! Get your tickets here!
Saturday, October 27 at Toyota Stadium
On October 27, take a blast to the past and beyond at the hottest Halloween extravaganza in North Texas! For the first time ever, journey through the National Soccer Hall of Fame, where you can partake in over 40 dazzling digital experiences. Then if you dare, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., trick-or-treat your way down the haunted Carnival Concourse filled with games, inflatables, tattoos, balloons, photo ops, live characters, yummy treats, and dance feats-oh my! Enjoy loads of fanfare and food trucks on the Food Concourse. From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., when the night falls, strut your stuff on the main stage in our spooktacular Costume Contest. Tickets are $15. Parking is free.
Sunday, October 28 at Dr Pepper Arena
National Breast Cancer Foundation is excited to host the first Game Pink live event. Join them Sunday, October 28 for this one-of-a-kind Minecraft live experience featuring four of the world's top Minecraft streamers PrestonPlayz, UnspeakableGaming, MooseCraft, and LogDotZip as they play head-to-head in person from 4 pm - 6 pm. Get your tickets now before they sell out!
Saturday, October 6 vs. Orlando City SC at 7PM
Sunday, October 21 vs. Sporting KC at 4PM
With FC Dallas leading the pack in the Western Conference heading into the last month of the season, these are two HUGE home games! Sporting Kansas City will be looking for redemption in FC Dallas' final home game of the season before playoffs start. The National Soccer Hall of Fame inaugural induction weekend is October 19-21 so it will be a big weekend all-around. Grab the family and enjoy the nice Fall weather and root on FC Dallas as they cruise into their final games of the season.
For a complete list of events, head here.