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 long-awaited return of outdoor music festivals is finally here. Saturday at Wild Acre Live (the massive outdoor stage near Wild Acre Brewing Company), several national, regional and local acts will perform at the first-ever TRND FEST — pronounced “trend fest.” The one-day event features more than a dozen music acts that pull from a wide range of music genres. Featured acts include Ronnie Heart, Sarah and the Sundays, Emma Oliver, Megan Elaine, Roane, Joseph Neville, Savannah and the Lows, and JaeBoy, among others.



Sunday Supper Club at The Post at River East

It’s hard to talk about The Post at River East and not mention the amazing food their kitchen cranks out day after day. You can enjoy live music, a ticketed brunch and the delightful open-air space at The Post as part of the music venue’s Sunday Supper Club. This month’s featured artists are Courtney Patton, Jason Eady and Carolina Story.



Fort Worth Opera Presents Sounds of Summertime Concert 

Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and head to the overflow parking lot of the Trinity Metro North Side Station for a live music program of opera, musical theater, jazz, gospel and contemporary hits. Presented by the Fort Worth Opera, the Sounds of Summertime Concert is a family-friendly event that kids of all ages are sure to enjoy.


JUNE 18 

The Wee-Beasties, Phorids, Bullet Machine and Kriminal Pogo Perform at MASS

Dentonite punk rockers The Wee-Beasties, hardcore group Phorids, Bullet Machine and Kriminal Pogo team up to blow the roof off of Main at South Side in mid-June. Visit the event page here.



Lynyrd Skynyrd at Billy Bob's Texas

Lynyrd Skynyrd, the iconic rock band that needs no introduction, performs at Billy Bob’s Texas Friday, June 18. No need to yell, “Play some Skynyrd!” at this show, folks. 



Levi Ray Performs at Lola’s Trailer Park 

Singer-songwriter Levi Ray recently released his second recording, an EP called "When the Sad Songs Make You Happy." The five tunes are a reflection on the uncertainty and despair brought by 2020, but that doesn’t mean the songs aren’t downright gorgeous. Ray, who is known for his rich baritone vocals and songwriting prowess, performs later this month at Lola’s Trailer Park with his full band plus a few guests.