Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

Posts from November 2014

No cultural institution is more intimately familiar with how music and the holidays are bound at the festive hip than the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. And so, let's prance along in chronological order as one of Fort Worth's oldest and most esteemed cultural entitites serenades us through the
Wanting to get out of the kitchen this Thanksgiving? There is no shame in forgoing the obligation of countless hours spent preparing a feast for the family. Here are a few options to savor some comfort food while enjoying time with friends and family. Reservations are highly recommended as they are
Its the most wonderful time of the year in Fort Worth and there’s plenty of events to get you and your kids in the holiday spirit. Join in the free festivities at the Sundance Square Tree Lighting on Saturday November 22 to celebrate the lighting of the 58-foot tall Christmas Tree. Be a part of this

The Voice of Luke Wade

Posted On November 18, 2014 | Edward Brown

One of Fort Worth's most promising singer/songwriters is quickly becoming a nationally recognized name. As a contender on NBC's seventh season of The Voice , Luke Wade , 31, has made a name for himself with his distinctive, bright, tenor voice and amiable demeanor. No matter how the final season plays

The Sweet Sounds of Jazz

Posted On November 7, 2014 | Edward Brown

Fort Worth's love affair with jazz hasn't always been so cozy. Cowtown produced many great jazzbos like Dewey Redman and Ornette Coleman, to name a few, but legendary jazz venues and festivals like Jazz on the Boulevard, Caravan of Dreams, and Sardines Ristorante Italiano have gone the way of the