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Frisco Uncorked returns for second year with delicious VIP food and wine on Saturday, April 10


Wines, live music, grape stomping competitions and food tastings are on the itinerary for Frisco’s 2nd Annual Frisco Uncorked, slated for Saturday, April 10 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.

The family-friendly event (except the wine part) will take place outdoors at Frisco Square. Attendees and vendors are expected to follow social distance guidelines.

Organizers pledge that only a small number of tickets will be available for the event. Ticket holders are encouraged to bring picnic blankets or lawn chairs. Bands and performers include the Maylee Thomas Band, Jessica McVey, Mathew Bell and Next of Kin, TBA Music and Avery Gehm.

Tickets for 15 wine tastings are $30, though the $80 VIP experience throws in additional “exclusive VIP wines,” “delicious” food, an “upgraded wine glass” and access into the VIP tent where you can escape from others who may or may not have had to settle for box wines and food that’s less than delicious.

Hmmm. I hope event sponsor O’Neil Wysocki Family Law gets access to the good stuff.

Tickets are here. Frisco Square is located at 8843 Coleman Blvd in Frisco, Texas.

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