Looking for something to do in Frisco in January and February? Here is a list of events to check out.

Heritage & Independence Feeder Vertical Art Show Reception

Frisco ISD will highlight artwork from students in the Heritage and Independence high school feeder patterns during an art show in the foyer of the FISD Administration Building. A reception afterward will recognize the student artists.99th East-West Shrine Bowl

Watch as 130 top NCAA football players are coached by NFL coaches as they try to impress scouts and agents ahead of the 2024 NFL draft.Lunar New Year

Celebrate Lunar New Year in Frisco with the Night Market Festival. The event will include lion dances, local food vendors, musical performances, red envelopes, a fashion show, artists and more.
  • Feb. 2, 5-9 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • 9292 Warren Parkway, Frisco
'Cirque Du Soleil: Crystal'

This production brings circus acts, such as swinging trapeze, aerial straps, hand-balancing and more, to the ice. Over 40 acrobats and skaters will appear in the show.WOGA Classic & Valeri Liukin Invitational

This World Olympic Gymnastics Academy event will bring competitors together from around the world to participate in a number of competitions.Music In The Chamber 2024

A concert will be held in the council chamber on the third Friday of the month beginning in February and ending in June. The first concert will be performed by singer-songwriter Kelvin Thomas.Daddy Daughter Dance

Frisco’s 28th annual Daddy Daughter Dance is returning to the Frisco Conference Center. This year’s theme is “Thunder and Lightning,” influenced by Greek mythology. The event is a 90-minute, semi-formal evening of dancing and music. Time slots will be staggered by age.Galentine’s Day Sip & Shop at Blue Lacy Mercantile

Blue Lacy Mercantile is hosting a Galentine’s Day event where guests can peruse fashion while sipping a class of wine.Frisco Improv Players

The Frisco Improv Players are performing a clean, family-friendly show at the Frisco Discovery Center. The trope focuses on game-based improv shows similar to the television show “Whose Line is it Anyway.”