2023 is just heating up as we celebrate the halfway point this July in Fort Worth. There is no shortage of activities as we kick off the month with Independence Day activities -  and the Fort Worth fun doesn’t stop there. Celebrate summer all month long with these must-do events (both indoors and out) in Fort Worth this July. 



Sonidos del Summer Concert Series

Spice up your (love) life and (your summer) at Sonidos del Summer Concert Series’ Northside 4th. Celebrate the USA with a parade and block party with headliner Latin Express. Pack up your blankets, food, and more, and plan to be there when the market opens at 5 pm. Get the details.


Independence Day at Fort Worth Aviation Museum 

There’s no reason to wait until Tuesday to celebrate Independence Day! Enjoy jeep rides, simulators, games, candy, and more at the perfect backdrop, the Fort Worth Aviation Museum on Saturday, July 1.  Get the details.


JULY 5 (Wednesdays in July)

Art Tales at the Amon Carter

Story time gets a huge upgrade as families are invited for games, art making, and stories coming to life with performances from storytellers, musicians, educators, and more. Save the date for each themed Wednesday throughout July at the Amon Carter.  Get the details



LITGOGGLE: Literary Festival

Book lovers unite at this free one-day event at Leaves Books and Tea Shop. "A Festival of Writing and Ideas," Litgoggle offers creative writing workshops, discussions, activities, vendors and more! Get the details. 



Kimbell Family Festival - Summer Art Party with Ice Cream Sunday

Nothin’s better than a summer Sunday with ice cream! The Kimbell Art Museum invites you to celebrate National Ice Cream Day with them on July 16 during the Kimbell Family Festival. Enjoy crafts, live music, and of course beautiful art. Admission for special exhibitions is waived during the Fiesta de la Familia.  Get the details.


Through July 23 

The Sound of Music 

Escape to the Alps (and inside the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Sanders Theater) for The Sound of Music,  presented by The Stolen Shakespeare Guild and sponsored by Presidio.. The timeless musical depicting The Von Trapps and their baroness Maria will get you singing the Oscar Hammerstein II classics well after the show is over. Don’t miss the special pre-performance event on July 8.  Get the details. 



Dude Perfect: Pandemonium Tour

They saved the best for last at the team behind “Dude Perfect” comes home to Fort Worth to end its Pandemonium Tour at Dickies for one night only. It’s YouTube IRL (in real life) as epic battles, laugh-out-loud stories, and followers’ favorite segments.   Get the details.



Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown 

Christmas has come early to the  Fort Worth Museum of Science & History. Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown is a special exhibit that takes a look at the beloved Peanuts gang. See tons of comic strips, a Santa writing station, photo opp, and special video interviews sharing how the magic came to life for A Charlie Brown Christmas.  Get the details.


Zimsculpt at Fort Worth Botanic Gardens

Get a glimpse of Zimbabwe as you navigate the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens this month at ZimSculpt. This special exhibit features more than 100 sculptures made of various native stones as well as enjoy art in the making as artists will be on-site sculpting new art. For more details.