Join Visit Fort Worth in celebrating Black Travel + Tourism Week. Coinciding with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, January 15-19, this is an opportunity to amplify and highlight local Black-owned businesses and professionals in travel, tourism and hospitality. 

 

Fort Worth is home to a rich tapestry of cultures. Discover the Black heritage that shaped Fort Worth and contributed to the city’s economic accomplishments and cultural diversity. 

Many of Fort Worth’s most popular attractions are a continuation of traditions born out of Black community and culture. 

  • This year on MLK Day, January 15, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo will host Cowboys of Color Rodeo, which shines a light on African American, Hispanic and Native American cowboys and cowgirls competing in traditional rodeo events. Experience the thrill of bull riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping and other events featuring more than 200 culturally diverse athletes at the top of their game. 

 

  • Visit the Bill Pickett Rodeo, the longest-running Black Rodeo in the US. Founded in 1984, it was created to give Black cowboys a platform, develop the next generation of rodeo stars and bring the sport of rodeo to a new generation of fans. Learn more here.

 

 

  • Support Black-owned businesses and restaurants and discover local favorites for barbecue, coffee, shopping, baked goods, theater experiences and more. Check out the list below to see a list of Black-owned businesses in Fort Worth. 

 

Discover Diverse Fort Worth during Black Travel + Tourism Week!  

Click here to plan your trip and learn more about Diverse Fort Worth.  

 


 

 

Black-Owned Businesses in Fort Worth

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