The Star in Frisco to host entertainment district grand opening celebration March 29-April 1

The Star in Frisco will hold a grand opening celebration of its entertainment district March 29-April 1.

The Star in Frisco will hold a grand opening celebration of its entertainment district March 29-April 1.

The Star in Frisco will host a weekend celebration for the grand opening of its entertainment district of its development March 29-April 1. The weekend celebration will include live entertainment, special appearances, dining and shopping specials and prizes for the public.

The Jones family and Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney will host a ribbon cutting of the entertainment district at 11 a.m. March 29. During the weekend celebration, Winning Drive, Star Boulevard and Cowboys Way will be closed off to vehicles.

Part of the festivities will include a special concert featuring country artist Pat Green, a Saturday Easter service from Prestonwood Baptist Church, performances by the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm and Blue and promotions from participating retailers. There will also be special appearances by Rowdy and the Easter Bunny, live entertainment and an Easter egg hunt.

For a full list of activities and events for the grand opening weekend, go to

The following list includes restaurants and retailers that will be featured during the grand opening weekend.

  • Blue Jean Baby

  • Fans United

  • Lincoln Experience Center

  • Charlotte Jones Collection

  • Lucchese at The Star

  • Luxe Eyewear

  • Nike at The Star


  • Baylor Scott & White Health

  • Cherry Blow Dry Bar

  • Cowboys Fit

  • PlainsCapital Bank


  • Omni Frisco Hotel


  • Cane Rosso

  • City Works Eatery & Pour House

  • Concrete Cowboy

  • Cow Tipping Creamery

  • Da Mario

  • Dee Lincoln Prime

  • East Hampton Sandwich Co.

  • Liberty Burger

  • Mi Cocina

  • Neighborhood Services

  • Nestlé Toll House Café

  • Raising Cane’s

  • Red Mango

  • Sushi Marquee

  • The Common Table

  • Tri Tip Grill

  • Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen & Bar

  • Zaytinya

  • Ziziki’s

Coming Soon

  • Ascension Coffee

  • crushcraft Thai Eats

  • Demerara, Freshii

  • Howard Wang’s China Grill

  • Jihwaja Korean BBQ

  • Next Step Dance

  • Roti Grill

  • Tangerine Salon

  • The Donut Kitchen

  • Trophy Park

  • Yucatan Taco Stand

By Nicole Luna
Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.


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