Tag - Things to Do
Posted On June 1, 2018 | Rush Olson
This weekend, Fort Worth’s Texas Motor Speedway hosts the PPG 400 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Friday at 8 p.m., the DXC Technology 600 IndyCar Series Saturday at 8 p.m. and two Off-Road Truck events sprinkled between. Plan ahead for traffic and get there early. Here is what to do in and
A convention for the books is coming to town June 7-10. A-Kon , the longest-running Anime convention in America, will bring 33,000 costumed fans to Fort Worth. Get your tickets here . If you're attending, here are a few important points to help you get acclimated to the city. 1. GET HERE AND PARK IT
Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial kick off to summer. Here are 10 ways to celebrate the holiday weekend in Fort Worth. PC: Chelsea Francis Photography . Start off the weekend with free Zumba in the Sundance Square Plaza on Saturday (May 26) at 9 a.m. presented by the Amon G. Carter Downtown
If you live in Fort Worth, it might be easy to forget how prominent our art scene is. The Cultural District alone is home to five world-renowned museums all within walking distance of each other. Here are half a dozen art accolades the city boasts! 1. Home to the Only Michelangelo in the Americas
As we pass on sweaters and jackets in lieu of sunglasses and lighter outerwear, Fort Worth’s breweries are making their own seasonal changes. Many of these spring releases are hitting shelves and taps with delicious results. Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Fort Worth’s oldest craft brewery and local icon
What began as a fun way to showcase members of the Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) has grown into a city-wide event with bus tours, “off Gallery Night” shows and after parties. More than a dozen carefully curated shows run concurrently March 24 as part of Spring Gallery Night. Here’s an
Did you know the Fort Worth Water Gardens is one of the most visited and most photographed spots in Fort Worth? From engagements to graduations to first-timer phptographers, this architectural marvel rivals some of the most beautiful urban garden in the U.S. However, it’s not the only spot that you can find water flowing in the Fort.
Whether selling vinyl records, hosting bands, or offering choice cocktails, Fort Worth’s bars have something for everyone. Several watering holes have opened in the past few months, each offering a unique and original experience. City Works Foot traffic at The Shops at Clearfork is revving up as
Who says Valentine’s Day is exclusively for lovers? Many of us have amazing gal pals (and maybe even guy pals), to celebrate with and joy isn’t strictly for couples. Here are some ideas if you’re having yourself a Galentine’s Day in the Fort this year.