Cinco de Mayo in Fort Worth

Celebrate Mexican American culture in Fort Worth with a margarita (or two) in hand and plenty of events that celebrate the blend of these two cultures in a unique Texas and Fort Worthian way. Cinco in the District Sunday, May 5, 12 - 5 p.m. | Cultural Arts District Spend Cinco de Mayo in the Fort…

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2024 Spring Checklist

Shake off the final cold of winter and feel renewed by spring in Fort Worth. With weather this nice, we know you’ll want to get out and experience everything the Unexpected City has to offer. In the Cultural District This spring at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, see over 50 works of…

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How to Spring Break in Fort Worth

Bring the Family Fort Worth is not only family-friendly, it’s family-fun! With attractions to delight kids and adults of all ages, you’re sure to spend a wonderful time exploring Fort Worth. Discover why the Unexpected City was named in Travel + Leisure’s top 50 places to visit in 2024, and bring…

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Sundance Square: Live Music in Fort Worth

Nestled in the heart of downtown, Sundance Square features a lively and diverse music scene. Free Live Plaza Music Each Weekend As the sun sets, the weekend streets of Sundance Square come alive with melodies. Every Thursday through Sunday evening, Sundance Square Plaza transforms into a stage…

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Spotlight: Tareka Lofton at Loft22 Cakes

Tareka Lofton is a creative force. Her cakes gained national attention during the pandemic when she had the tongue-in-cheek idea to craft a toilet paper cake, a wink at the country’s shortage of toilet paper. It boosted sales during the pandemic, and her business continues to boom. Her signature…

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Spotlight: Black Coffee’s Mia Moss

Black Coffee is not just an award-winning coffee shop in East Fort Worth. Okay, yes, it is a place for people who love an incredible cup of coffee. But it’s also a gathering space and a hub for eastside culture. It’s a place for people who like local live music and celebrating community. And the…

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