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. 


Live Music at Pouring Glory

Pouring Glory, the Near Southside pub famed for its vast craft beer selections and burgers, recently launched an outdoor music series on its back lot. Tables are spaced six feet apart, and patrons can further support performing musicians by donating $10 to the artists in exchange for a restaurant gift card.

Pouring Glory has several singer-songwriters lined up this month, including Justin Cashion, Lindsay Hightower, Charlie J. Memphis, Eric Turner and more. Online reservations are strongly encouraged.



Squeezebox Bandits at Chief Records

Accordionist Abel Casillas fronts the popular Tex-Mex quartet Squeezebox Bandits. The group blends country classics, Tejano and originals for a unique sound that reflects Texas’ diverse musical influences. You can catch this popular act at Chief Records in the Stockyards this Saturday. While you’re there, be sure to check out newly opened Mule Alley.  



Danni & Kris at BoomerJack's Grill & Bar

Indiepop duo Danni & Kris have ramped up their performance schedule. Fortunately, they scheduled several dates in their home base of Fort Worth. You can catch the singer-songwriters mid-August at BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar (Cityview location).



With bars and breweries shut down and large events canceled, Fort Worth’s musicians have lost an important source of income. The Creative Industry Relief Fund directly supports our valued local musicians by providing qualified applicants with a one-time grant of $300. The fund is open to local Tarrant County musicians,  filmmakers and artists.