For tourists and locals, several Fort Worth businesses, restaurants and bars are offering special deals during these exciting two week of events.
BILLY BOB’S TEXAS
Billy Bob’s Texas, the world’s largest honky-tonk, should top any visitor’s itinerary. The biggest names in country music regularly perform at this North Side destination. Upcoming concerts include singer-songwriter/actor Travis Tritt (Dec. 3), Texas country artist Stoney Larue (Dec. 5) and singer-songwriter Cody Johnson (Dec. 6).
BLACK EYE DISTILLING CO.
For a true Texas grain-to-glass experience, visit Black Eye Distilling Co. in the Near Southside. The distillery and tasting room occupies a historic firehouse. Locals clamor for the vodka, which is made from black-eyed peas. Their scratch-made bloody Mary is considered one of the best in town. The distillery is offering 25% off non-alcoholic merchandise during NFR.
FORT WORTH LIVE CONCERTS
Fort Worth Live is a live-feed watch party and concert series. How does this work you ask? Venue doors open at 5 p.m. with acoustic music, food and drinks. A live feed of the NFR action will begin streaming at 8 p.m. and will continue streaming through the nightly concerts set to occur from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Concerts are nightly December 7-12 at 950 N. University Drive. Tickets on sale now for individual performances. More information and schedule here.
COWTOWN CYCLE PARTY
Cycling is an eco-friendly way to burn some calories while scouting Fort Worth. Cowtown Cycle Party offers those benefits plus lots and lots of beer. The peddle-powered BYOB experience covers the Near Southside and downtown. Grab some friends or make new ones. The bike holds up to 16 cyclists.
Cowtown Winery is a full-production winery. The popular venue recently moved to Mule Alley in the heart of the Stockyards. Wines are available by the taste, glass or bottle. Cowtown Winery is offering all glasses of wine for $6 and special extended hours during NFR: Monday through Wednesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
FUNKYTOWN DONUTS AND DRAFTS
Looking for creative, funky fresh donuts? Funkytown Donuts and Drafts offers a rotating selection of delectable donuts and craft beers near Sundance Square Plaza. NFR attendees can enjoy 10% off purchases. Make sure to grab a special release made just for the NFR. The Texan is served with barbecue glaze and chopped brisket.
NATIONAL COWGIRL MUSEUM AND HALL OF FAME
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is offering discounted $8 admission during NFR. A special rodeo exhibit in the Anne W. Marion Gallery coincides with the rodeo event.
Enjoy great food and craft beer in a historic Art Deco setting. Present your NFR ticket stub at T&P Station and receive 15% off food when you purchase an adult beverage. The bottom floor of the T&P Station offers a 4,300-square-foot covered patio.