There are plenty of things to do this spring in Fort Worth. Here's a roundup of things to do this April. 

Billy Bob’s Texas 40th Anniversary

Celebrate Billy Bob’s Texas' 40th anniversary all month long with weekly concerts, line dancing lessons and more! Billy Bob’s opened on April 1, 1981, and is the world's largest honky-tonk. Make plans to check out this iconic venue for yourself. Get the details.


Natural Guard at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge

Seeking a new volunteer opportunity? The Natural Guard meets every Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon to assist staff with projects ranging from habitat restoration, brush clearing, trail and park maintenance, trail and infrastructure construction, wildlife monitoring, special events prep and more. Sign the family up to help once a month! Get the details.


Water Lantern Festival at Panther Island Pavilion

Get your tickets now for the Water Lantern Festival on Saturday, April 10. They say the water lanterns bring “happiness, hope and great memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime.” Enjoy food trucks, live music and lantern decorating before the lantern launch commences at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25.99 in advance and $50.99 day of. Get the details.


Elephant Springs at the Fort Worth Zoo

The Fort Worth Zoo's highly anticipated exhibit opens April 15 and will house the Asian elephant herd and the greater one-horned rhino. The expanded habitat is the latest in a multi-phase Wilder Vision of the No. 1 Zoo in America. Make your reservation.


Best Maid Pickle Emporium

Do you love pickles? Plan a visit to the Best Maid Pickle Emporium to learn how your favorite pickles are made and the Best Maid family history. The retail shops is stocked with multiple flavors, pickle swag and more to ensure you get home with all your favorite snacks. Get the details


NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships

The top collegiate gymnasts in the nation take to the beam, floor and bars April 16-17 at Dickies Arena for the 2021 National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championships. Tickets are on sale now! Get the details.


Horse O' Rama at John Justin Arena

Have a horse lovin’ little one? Make their day by attending Horse O' Rama, an all-breed horse show being hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension - Horse Committee April 23-25 featuring everything from english, western and ranch horse classes. Get the details


Trinity Trails

Did you know there are over 100 miles of uninterrupted trials along the Trinity River? Take the kids out for an enjoyable day biking, hiking or just exploring - all for free. Pack a lunch and make a day of it when you picnic in one of the 21 connected parksGet the details.