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Eat This Fort Worth Taco Tour
From the comfort of an air-conditioned bus, you can travel around the city to enjoy some of Fort Worth’s best tacos and margaritas (or augua frescas if you prefer) on a curated tour.
Music, contests, food trucks, kid activities and fishing for anyone –– amateur to expert at the Trinity River Water District’s 5th annual event. Come fly, wine, and dine on March 14.
The Luck of the Irish Pub Crawl
Centered around the bars near Crockett Row, this bar crawl will be a hit on St. Paddy's Day Weekend, March 14. Kincaid’s Hamburgers will set you up with a little something on your stomach before you sample local and regional beer.
The Third Thursday Arts Walk
Grab your family and friends and walk, bike or skateboard the length of South Main Village, stopping at several eateries and galleries on March 19.
Fort Worth BBQ & Brews Tour
Join Visit Fort Worth for a guided tour of the best local ‘cue. Your tour includes hearty samples, craft beverages, and the chance to chat up the pitmasters. March 21 and April 25.
Gran Fondo Hincapie
The prestigious cross-country bicycle tour and extravaganza stops in Fort Worth March 28. Choose from a 15-, 50- or 80-mile course that rings around the Trinity River. A post-race family festival follows at TCC’s Trinity River Campus and at Heart of the Ranch Clearfork.
Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival
Six events span the city April 2-5, with the majority taking place at Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork. This year, 'Ring of Fire' takes the barbecue-themed festival closing event to a whole new level of hot, with everything from ‘cue to pizza that can be made on a grill. Get a Weekender Pass and enjoy them all!
Main Street Arts Festival
Every spring, you can enjoy 18 blocks of art, food and fun. This year’s festival features Music on Main, sponsored by the University of Texas at Arlington. See Josh Weathers, Van Darien, Reckless Kelly and other local and regional favorites April 16-19.
Now in its fourth year, Fort Worth’s favorite outdoor music festival has garnered raves from the national press. A host of nationally known artists, and artists you’ll want to know, share the stage over two days April 25-26. This year’s lineup features Miguel, Diplo and local favorites Cut Throat Finches.
Fort Worth Margarita Festival
Do you want to help confer bragging rights for the best margarita in Fort Worth? Fifteen of Fort Worth’s best bars and restaurants compete at The Yard on April 25, and in addition to sampling the ‘ritas, you can snack on goodies from food trucks.
The grandmother of all festivals, Mayfest celebrates its 467h anniversary April 30-May 3 with free admission Thursday, April 30. Three dedicated music stages and four performing arts stages will keep you busy. But not too busy for a turkey leg or corn on a stick.
Rahr and Son’s Running Club | Cinco De Mayo Social Walk/Run
Participate in a three-ish mile run and get some quality time inside the brewery before it opens to the public. The run includes samples, a pint glass, and a hot breakfast on May 2.
Trails, Tacos and Cerveza
If you’re a little more serious about your running, the Urban Series offers a 5K, 10K and timed half-marathon starting at The Woodshed Smokehouse on May 2. Your entry gets you two breakfast tacos and a beer when you finish.
Fort Worth Photofest
Fort Worth’s premier photography event celebrates its fifth year with an expanded lineup, May 1-9. Get tips and tricks at workshops led by professionals who shoot the action of Rangers baseball, blog about beauty and makeup, and shoot the night sky, airplanes and the Red Carpet. Fun events include a Central Market photo walk and Foto Fest at the Zoo.