We’ve parsed through the lineups and cut through the noise to bring you a monthly roundup of the best live shows in Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Presents Prokofiev and Dvorák
Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium is the adopted home of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for the remainder of the season. Conductor Robert Spano and violinist Stefan Jackiw perform works by American composer Jennifer Higdon, Prokofiev and Dvorák for the opening 2021 concert. The 80-minute concert is performed without intermission and social distancing between groups is strictly enforced. Tickets start at $25.
Andrew Skates Performs at The Post at River East
On a recent visit to Lola’s Trailer Park, I heard light, virtuosic strumming. On stage, Andrew Skates was performing an intricate classical guitar composition with ease. You can catch Skates’ mesmerizing guitar performances this month at The Post at River East in the Riverside area. The open-air venue offers a wide range of food and drink options. No cover charge.
Billy Bob’s Texas Presents Josh Weathers
Performances by famed soul music crooner Josh Weathers are exceedingly rare. Weathers famously announced his retirement from Josh Weathers Band several years again, but he occasionally performs. Billy Bob’s Texas presents Weathers midway through January. General admission tickets are $16.
Magnolia Motor Lounge Presents Raised Right Men
After a several-month pause, Magnolia Motor Lounge is once again booking regular music acts. Classic country cover band Raised Right Men performs at the West 7th watering hole and music venue later this month. Tickets are $10.
Tulips Presents The Texas Gentlemen
Whether you’re looking for Jewish-style deli options, creative cocktails or an unforgettable live music experience, Tulips is the place to be. The Near Southside music venue presents near-nightly shows that pull from local, regional and national acts. The Texas Gentlemen, a Dallas-based collective of young studio musicians, close out January. Occupancy limits are strictly enforced, so snag your tickets early. Tickets are $17.