Fort Worth is a city that loves music, whether it’s a renowned symphony orchestra or the jingle of western spurs and bellowing cattle, music strikes a special chord in the City of Cowboys and Culture. With the live music scene on the rise, it's no surprise that Fort Worth hosts the Annual Fort Worth Music Festival, (formerly Jazz by the Boulevard) a two-day music, art and culinary event in the Fort Worth Cultural District off Camp Bowie Blvd.
The festival which takes place on the shady lawn of Will Rogers Memorial Center this weekend, (Sept. 28-29, 2012) is open to all ages. Experience incredible talent from national, regional and the local music scene. 20 acts on 2 stages, cooking classes led by area chefs and local artwork for sale include the fest's entertainment lineup. Headliners include Dr. Dog, Hayes Carll, Kevin Eubanks and more. Expect tons of food options from local food truck scene as well.
In addition to the rockin' time you'll have at the fest, don't miss the After Hours shows and parties all around town. From Lola's to the Live Oak, there's nonstop live music happening throughout weekend, even after the fest. Visit the full after show lineup. For more info on live music in Fort Worth, click here. >>> Photo credit: Brian Hutson