As a result of the public health emergency declared due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), a number of city-sponsored special events have been suspended.
Upcoming Events: Winter/Spring 2021
Trick-A-Trout Kid Fish NEW DATE: Saturday, February 27, 2021, 8 - 11 a.m. **Rescheduled due to weather*
Bring the family out to Frisco Commons on Saturday, February 27 from 8 - 11 a.m.for the annual Trick-A-Trout! This free event is designed for first-time and young anglers (kids 16 and under) to try the sport of fishing. The pond at Frisco Commons (north of the main pavilion) will be stocked with trout for this fish-for-all! Remember to bring your own gear and bait!
After 11 a.m., open season for adult anglers begins (Texas fishing license required). For more information, call 972-292-6500.
Toyota Stadium North Concourse and Stage 9200 World Cup Way, Frisco, TX
Tickets are per person and each attendee must have a ticket. Tickets are only good for the timeslot selected. Due to current event restrictions, tickets are limited and this event will sell out. No refunds or exchanges.
Masks are required for event entry and must be worn by both parent and child unless couple is separated by 6 feet from other attendees, is eating or drinking, or while taking photographs in the designated photography areas. By purchasing a ticket, participants are agreeing to these rules.
Third Saturdays April through October, 1 to 4 p.m. Locations vary
Take a bike ride with your city of Frisco elected officials at a conversational pace. Routes are a combination of on-street and city hike & bike trails with distances ranging from 5 to 10 miles. Pedal the city and learn about Frisco while riding through some city parks, discovering Frisco Public Art, and more, with your city council.