There are many artists performing in Fort Worth this July to attend.
Arts & Entertainment
Summer in Fort Worth is in full throttle, bringing all the summer concerts that come with it.
Circle Theatre prepares for this summer’s production of Bill C. Davis’s, Mass Appeal, premiering Friday, June 18.
An exhibition showcasing new photo and video acquisitions, “Framing Desire” will be at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth until August 23.
Telegraph Canyon is back for another year at Friday on the Green, showcasing new music from their upcoming album.
Customers waited hours to find out Slide the City’s morning and afternoon waves were cancelled.
In honor of Fort Worth’s 166th birthday, PantherFest will host local musicians and restaurants, along with a 2,000 foot long slip-n-slide in downtown Fort Worth.
Fort Worth South, Inc.’s annual summer concert series showcases local musicians and community partners to emphasize the Near Southside neighborhood.
Patrons, local vendors and even tigers took over Trinity Park during the annual festival.
Beautiful weather and a wide range of activities look to make this year’s Mayfest an exciting time at Fort Worth’s Trinity Park.