Trinity Falls is closing out its summer concert series with a performance by The Redwine Band 5-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9, during Beats & B.B. Owen.

The public is invited to pack a picnic dinner, blankets and lawn chairs for the event that will be held at Basecamp in Trinity Fall’s B.B. Owen Park, 1101 Lost Woods Way.

“We’ve had amazing performances so far by top-level talent, including a Grammy winner,” said Natalie Rosser, Marketing Director for Trinity Falls. “With such a broad songbook, The Redwine Band will have something that appeals to everyone, making it a perfect final concert.”

The Redwine Band’s roots are in Texas Country, but they also cover mainstream Top 40 artists, as well. Concertgoers can expect to hear everything from Pat Green and George Strait to Journey and Bruno Mars.

Those not wanting to pack a picnic can purchase savory offerings from The Saucy Hibachi food truck and sweet treats from Cross My Heart and Hope for Pie. Well-behaved dogs on a leash are welcome to attend the concert.

B. B. Owen Park is the 350-acre centerpiece of Trinity Falls, offering more than two miles of winding, wooded river frontage, lakes, an amphitheater, disc golf course and a dog park.

Homes in the community are priced from the mid $200,000s to more than $600,000. For more information, visit

About Trinity Falls  Trinity Falls is a 2,000-acre master-planned community just northwest of McKinney minutes from Highway 75 and U.S. 380. Planned for the development are abundant amenities, including a park system along the East Fork of the Trinity River. A project of Houston-based Johnson Development Corp., Trinity Falls will be home to approximately 5,000 families when complete. For more information, visit


About Johnson Development

Johnson Development is a Houston-based, award-winning residential and commercial land development company. Now celebrating more than 40 years, the company has set the standard for successful master-planned communities in Houston, Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth and other markets around the country. Johnson Development’s impressive collection includes the Houston-area communities of Riverstone, Sienna Plantation, Cross Creek Ranch, Woodforest, Fall Creek, Tuscan Lakes, Edgewater, Jordan Ranch, Harmony, Imperial, Grand Central Park, Harvest Green and Veranda; the Viridian and Trinity Falls communities in Dallas-Fort Worth; Bryson in the Austin area; and Atlanta’s Lake Arrowhead.  For more information on Johnson Development, visit