We’ve parsed through the lineups and cut through the noise to bring you a monthly roundup of the best live shows in Fort Fort Worth.



Fort Worth’s Fourth

You won’t have to travel far to enjoy North Texas’ largest Fourth of July fireworks show. Fort Worth’s Fourth, held along the banks of the Trinity River at Panther Island Pavilion, promises festive food, live music and kid-friendly activities. Local cover band Poo Live Crew takes the main stage at 6 p.m. followed by country music tribute band Chattahoochee.


JULY 7, 14, 21, 28

Cumbia Nights at Low Doubt Bar

Sunday nights at Low Doubt Bar are for grooving to Latin beats. Fort Worth’s finest DJs transform the outdoor patio into a dance party where you can order tequila or mezcal cocktails and unwind at these popular gatherings. If you haven’t made it out to this newcomer bar, it’s located down the side alley from Tulips FTW.



Concerts in the Chapel Presents Jacob Furr and Gabe Wootton

Jacob Furr is a prominent presence on local stages and a strong supporter of local music. The Amplify 817 musician has won numerous awards over the years. You can catch this lauded singer-songwriter along with Galveston-based Gabe Wootton at Southside Preservation Hall through a series called Concerts in the Chapel.



Mario Cruz Performs at Scat Jazz Lounge https://scatjazzlounge.com/

Local saxophonist Mario Cruz has performed and recorded with notable greats, including Jaco Pastorius, Randy Brecker, Bruce Springsteen, Natalie Cole and Dave Valentin. Cruz brings a unique and eclectic style to his performances of jazz standards and more recent compositions, reflecting his lived experiences and diverse musical interests. You can catch this virtuoso at Scat Jazz Lounge.



Second Saturday Jazz: The Bobby Falk Group with Kathryn Hackett

Contemporary jazz ensemble The Bobby Falk Group performs original jazz compositions across the region. Led by drummer Bobby Falk, the group moved from Kentucky to Dallas in 2015. With influences from Pat Metheny, Rick Margitza and Michael Brecker, the ensemble that performs this month at Arts Fifth Avenue blends modern, traditional and jazz fusion for memorial performances.



Coleman Jennings Performs at Magnolia Motor Lounge

Coleman Jennings, an Austin-raised musician, redefines classic Americana/country with a voice that’s both familiar and refreshingly timeless, giving the genre a new, distinctive flavor. You can find this rising star when he takes the stage at Magnolia Motor Lounge later this month. Coleman is currently on a nationwide tour.



Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen Perform at Billy Bob’s Texas

Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen, country icons known for their Hold My Beer series, are set to release Hold My Beer, Vol. 4 on July 12, continuing their tradition of heartfelt storytelling and authentic country music. The latest project promises to pick up where Vol. 3 left off, with Rogers and Bowen trading vocals and sharing hard-learned wisdom. The duo is making a stop in Fort Worth as part of their statewide tour this month.



Emily Nenni Performs at Tulips FTW

Emily Nenni is a rising star in Nashville who initially aimed to be a songwriter but has emerged as a captivating performer blending honky-tonk, country, soul and rock and roll. Her latest album, Drive & Cry, reflects her vibrant Nashville life, featuring personal lyrics and a diverse musical landscape. Nenni joins Sentimental Family Band and Remy Reilly at Tulips FTW for a sure-to-be-memorable concert.