Category - Things to Do
A convention for the books is coming to town this weekend, A-Kon , the longest-running Anime convention in America. And the Visit Fort Worth Team could not be more excited to welcome the 40,000 fans anticipated to attend. To help you get acclimated to the city, here a few important things to note
Jazz has a singularly unique history. On one hand, it has influenced nearly every American music genre that followed it. But on the other, it remains an underrepresented art form in the public’s eye. Fort Worth’s jazz roots run deep and continue to be part of this city’s culture thanks to these
Spring is upon us, and that means it’s festival season in the Fort. Big and small, Fort Worth offers nine festivals between now and June for almost every interest. Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival April 5-8 What started in 2013 as Fort Worth’s hopeful entry in the massive food and wine festival
‘Tis always the season to think about cocktails, good food and making merry. Here are a few suggestions for Fort Worth’s happiest hours. Fixe Southern House & Kitchen A happy hour that puts most happy hours to shame, Fixe offers hands-down one of the best happy hours in the city. Think $7
Posted On March 27, 2018 | Edward Brown
Fort Worth has a rich and storied musical legacy. To keep up with the current explosion of new talent in Fort Worth, Visit Fort Worth is working with Hear Fort Worth to profile two local musicians every month.
As we pass on sweaters and jackets in lieu of sunglasses and lighter outerwear, Fort Worth’s breweries are making their own seasonal changes. Many of these spring releases are hitting shelves and taps with delicious results. Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Fort Worth’s oldest craft brewery and local icon