This March, Fort Worth is blooming with some of the coolest ways to celebrate music, art, food and so much more. Here’s our guide to some can't miss fun this March!
MARCH 1 - 4
Fort Worth Music Festival & Conference - Fort Worth Stockyards
A little business and a lot of music, this new event kicks off March 1 - March 4, and offers a whole new way for agents, managers, artists AND fans to learn, network and celebrate Texas music all across the Stockyards. Led by two legends Chef Tim Love and Texas’ music great Larry Joe Taylor, make sure to check the lineup (it’s a good one!) Get the details.
"Texas Forever" Panther City Lacrosse Club - Dickies Arena
While there may be a few professional sports teams in DFW, there is only one in Fort Worth: the Panther City Lacrosse Club. This weekend the Panthers take on the Saskatchewan Rush for a special “Texas Forever” game at Dickies Arena. Even if you’re not a lacrosse fan (yet), you’ll love the halftime and postgame performances from the amazing Squeezebox Bandits! Get the details. Get the details.
TRWD Flyfest - River Park Trailhead
Get hooked on fishing at this family-friendly urban fishing event in and along the rippling waters of the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. Part of the Tarrant Regional Water District’s trout restocking, the Flyfest free community event invites everyone (even those that haven’t touched a fishing rod) to experience expert presentations, casting classes, presentations, food trucks contests, live music, kids activities and so much more. Get the details.
Every day is a reason to eat pie, but on March 14 (aka 3.14), it’s a MUST. The fine folks at Emporium Pies make it even easier to celebrate this “irrationally” momentous event with FREE pie if you can recite Pi to the 20th decimal. Rather score a crazy delicious pie without a try? Then head to the new location of the legendary Sweet Lucy’s Pies at 3520 Bluebonnet Circle. Bottom line: Fort Worth has great places to try pie!
SPRING BREAK: MARCH 13 - 17
ART Break! - Modern Art Museum
This spring break head to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth for ART Break! Get your creative energy flowing and learn about some of your favorite works from the Modern’s permanent collection with ART Breaks and Family ART Break Stations. Admission for kids under 18 is free every day and on Friday everyone gets in free. Plus, kids score free hot dogs and lemonade at Cafe Modern on Monday from 11 am - 2 pm (while supplies last.) Get the details.
Spring Break Art Extravaganza - Kimbell Art Museum
With experiments, exploration and even a little exercise on the itinerary, there’s a reason they call it an extravaganza at the Kimbell’s Spring Break event. Top it off with some MELT Ice Cream and Art by Sam caricatures, and you’ll have a day (or more) of Fort Worth (art) fun for free. Get the details. Get the details.
Spring Break at the Carter - Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Take a break with Spring Break at the Carter! All ages are welcome at this free, fun-filled extravaganza including gallery games, art-making activities, creativity challenges, and more. Get the details.
Cowtown Goes Green - Stockyards
It’s your lucky day! Round up the family for a full day of festive food and drink, armadillo races, games, pony rides, gunshows, dances and a parade at 4 pm for Cowtown Goes Green. As always, daily cattle drives (11:30am and 4pm) and the Stockyards Championship Rodeo makes this one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the area. Get the details.
Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival - Southside Preservation Hall
A celebration of old-time, jug band, string band, early blues, and jazz music, the Fort Worth African American Roots Music Festival (FWAAMFest) is the first-ever festival in the nation for early American traditional music that is Black-led and Black-centered. This year, the festival will bring together award-winning artists from around the country, including headliners Jake Blount, Jackie Venson, and Tray Wellington, for a day of performances, jams, artist conversations, and dancing. Get the details.
15th Annual Funky Finds Spring Fling - Will Rogers Memorial Center
Showcasing independent artists, crafters, designers, and food makers - the free Funky Finds Spring Fling features more than 200 vendors selling their own unique creations and finds. Benefitting Saving Hope Animal Rescue and CASA of Tarrant County, this family-friendly, pet-friendly event runs for two days at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Get the details.
Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival
Foodies rejoice as one of the most fabulous food festivals begins March 30 - the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival! Multiple days of food-centric fun make this event one of the hardest tickets to score, so may the odds be ever in your favor. And with nationally recognized celebrity chefs making some of the most amazing fare at Fort Worth’s coolest hot spots for four days, you can see why. Get the details.