On Saturday, October 20 at 6 PM, head over to the Toyota Stadium for an unforgettable experience. Imagine Dragons, the pop rock band with famous hits such as “Radioactive”, is coming to Frisco!
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You don’t want to miss their last tour date of the season. Before going, give a listen to their album “Evolve”, and preorder ORIGINS, out everywhere November 9th.
Buy your tickets for October 20th here. For more about Imagine Dragons, visit imaginedragonsmusic.com
While you’re in Frisco, may we recommend you start (or end) your night at one of Frisco’s many great restaurants? Here are a few of our top picks:
Where: 5757 Main St. #112, Frisco
Da Mario marries local ingredients and Italian imports to create dreamy, shareable dishes in a fine-dining setting where, if you’re lucky, you might run into a Dallas Cowboy.
Where: 6655 Winning Dr., Frisco
Read more: Brunch at Da Mario at The Star in Frisco
Eight|11 Place can be found in one of Frisco’s historical houses, dating back to the 1830s at least. With every step on that timeworn wood floor, the glasses and little four-person tables rattle. Eight|11 Place has become a beloved spot for those seeking a good, long chat, live music or, weirdly enough, baby showers.
Read more: Why Frisco’s Eight|11 Place is our new usual place
Dee Lincoln Prime
Dee Lincoln, the woman behind the Del Frisco’s brand, is a female firecracker blazing a trail a mile wide in a male-dominated business: steakhouses. She’s swept up all the awards: Texas Restaurant Association’s Restaurateur of the Year Award, Savor Dallas Spirit Award, Nation’s Restaurant News Fine Dining Award and the Restaurants and Institutions Ivy Award–and a bunch more that would take too long to list. Most recently she opened Dee Lincoln Prime Steakhouse at The Star in Frisco.
Read more: Dee Lincoln Prime Steakhouse (at The Star in Frisco) does not mess around