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. 


William Clark Green Performs at Billy Bob’s Texas

September is packed with exciting performances at Billy Bob’s Texas. Red Dirt/Americana singer-songwriter William Clark Green hits the honky tonk’s stage on September 10. It’s Green’s first stop on a much-anticipated regional tour. 



Dawn & Hawkes Perform at The Post at River East

The Post at River East is packed with near-daily shows through September. Catch Austin-based indie/folk/Americana troubadours Dawn & Hawkes in mid-September for an intimate acoustic performance from this chart-topping duo. 



FWSO Presents Pulling Back the Curtain: Sibelius, Dvorak and Brian Raphael Nabors

Last year, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra was one of the only large ensembles to perform live concerts. The orchestra did so at Will Rogers Auditorium while following stringent safety guidelines for both musicians and audience members. Fort Worth’s resident symphony orchestra has returned to Bass Performance Hall for the 2020-2021 season. The opening concert features violinist Ray Chen, who will perform Sibelius’ stirring Violin Concerto, a symphony by Dvorak and a new work by Brian Raphael Nabor. 


Mexico en la Sangre, A Celebration Of The Culture Within Us 

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District on Sept. 18 at Mexico en la Sangre - A Celebration of the Culture Within Us. The festivities will include a Celebration Parade featuring dancing horses following the 11:30 a.m. cattle drive; food; live music throughout the district from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and a special event titled “Mexico in Our Blood,” a two-hour equestrian spectacular in Cowtown Coliseum featuring Rancho Cortijo, Caballos Balidores, Escaramuza, Charros, Folklorico, Mariachis and more from 2 to 4 p.m. Visitors are invited to wear traditional costumes. The event is free to attend. 



Oktoberfest at Panther Island Pavilion 

The long-awaited return of Fort Worth’s favorite beer event is back at Panther Island Pavilion. Enjoy an authentic Munich-style Oktoberfest with German food, live music, dancing and several biergartens. The Dachshund Dash (too cute for words) and stein-hoisting contests are yearly favorites.



Salty Lady 7 Year Anniversary Party

Seven years ago, one of Fort Worth’s most famous beers was first released by Martin House Brewing Company. Several Salty Lady variants will be on tap. Live music will be provided by singer-songwriter Devin Leigh and American folk singer Konrad Wert, whose stage name is Possessed by Paul James. Dogs, cats, chairs and designated drivers (who get free entrees) are all welcome to the big anniversary bash.