The 2022 Frisco Arts Walk and Run will be back on Saturday, October 1st, 2022!
Bring your whole family to enjoy a taste of the arts at HALL Park! The run route takes you through the scenic Texas Sculpture Garden with pop-up musicians, dancers, vocalists, actors, visual artists, and more along the way. You'll even pass by the future spot for the Frisco Performing Arts Center!
Funds raised from the Frisco Arts Walk and Run will go towards:
Frisco Arts believes that the arts are essential to rebuild, inspire, and bring communities together. We look forward to seeing you there!
LOCATION: HALL Park, 6801 Gaylord Parkway, Frisco 75034
DATE: October 1st, 2022
TIME: 8:30AM - 10:30AM
If you'd like to be a sponsor and support our arts community, please click the Sponsor button to view the sponsor deck, and contact email@example.com with any questions!
Enjoy performances and interactive arts along the run route at HALL Park from our talented arts community, including:
Nutcracker dancers from Collin County Ballet Theatre
Singers from Melody of Hope
Painters from the Visual Arts Guild
Musicians of all ages and more!!
bring a friend
Register with a friend or a team for a discount! Teams start with just 2 members, and remember, there's no limit to how many team members or where they're participating from!
Each registered runner/walker will receive a one-of-a-kind, arts-themed, spinner medal! Shipping option available, and out-of-state, virtual participants are welcome to support the arts in Frisco!
The Overall Male and Female winners and Masters (40+) winners will receive beautiful glass awards like these!
Winners can be viewed on the live leaderboards.
What better way to celebrate our race winners than with more art? All race category winners will get to choose their favorite unique work of art by our local artists to take home! Artists will be onsite to meet and greet the winners for a photo opp as well.
Mobile Arts App
Did you know the Texas Sculpture Garden at HALL Park is the largest private collection of art available to the public? Learn more about each of the sculptures from the artists themselves with the mobile art app! Simply download the free Otocast app for a map, pictures, and audio guides!