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. 


Koe Wetzel & Hardy Acoustic Tour 

These two young rising country stars promise to blow the roof off of Billy Bob’s Texas this March. Texas-born songwriter Koe Wetzel blends grunge, country, and Americana into a wholly unique experience while Michael Wilson Hardy (HARDY) is a adept performer who has penned songs for Blake Shelton, Dallas Smith, Thomas Rhett, and other music stars. Show and ticket info here.


MARCH 16-18

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven and Mozart 

Did you know Fort Worth is one of the only cities with a performing orchestra? The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has gone to great lengths to provide a safe and socially distanced concert environment for patrons. Mid-March, you can hear works by Beethoven and Mozart under the baton of the FWSO’s new music director, Robert Spano. Show and ticket info here.



Rock 'n' Roll Rummage Sale

Every third Sunday, 40 vendors gather to put on Lola’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Rummage Sale. The hyper-local monthly event features local food vendors, artists, merchants, and rotating live music acts. It’s a great way to keep up with the best in local culture, and the outdoor setting is perfect for anyone who is avoiding large indoor crowds.




The Arcadian Wild performs at Tulips

Nashville-based progressive folk band The Arcadian Wild performs at Fort Worth’s newest music venue later this month. The acoustic quartet (upright bass, mandolin, guitar, and violin) is as polished and virtuosic as any professional string quartet. Come hungry or thirsty. Tulips offer premium cocktails, craft coffee, dozens of draft and bottled beers, and a large selection of handcrafted sammies and kosher hot dogs. Show and ticket info here.



Lunch with Chuck Cannon at The Post at River East

Round out your March by hearing famed songwriter Chuck Cannon (who penned “I Love the Way You Love Me”) over lunch at The Post at River East. Cannon has written songs for country stars Billy Dean, Wynonna Judd, Toby Keith, George Strait, and others. Show and ticket info here.