Festivals
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Only a few things in life are more exciting than annual festivals. They provide something to look forward to that will add fun and entertainment to your life. From food festivals to music festivals and video festivals, we have something for everyone.

Enjoy a nice outing with your friends and family at one of these exclusive events held throughout the year in your area. Visit their websites or call for more information on what to expect, parking, specific locations, changes in dates, or any other questions you may have.
Fort Worth Opera Festival
Fort Worth Opera Festival

(817) 731-0833

505 Pecan St
Ste 100, TX 76102   Directions Website

Don't know your "La Traviata" from your "Il Trovatore"? No problem. The annual Fort Worth Opera Festival spans a few weeks each spring at performing at the Bass Performance Hall, Scott Theatre or other venues.

Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo

(817) 877-2400

3400 Burnett Tandy Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76107   Directions Website

Ride 'em cowboy! Check out a true Texas tradition at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. The 23-day festival includes rodeo action, livestock shows, kid-friendly exhibits, live music, food, a carnival, shopping and so much more.

Funky Finds Spring Fling
Funky Finds Spring Fling

(903) 601-3289

3401 W. Lancaster
Fort Worth, TX 76107   Directions Website

The Funky Finds Spring Fling promises to have something for everyone. The family and pet-friendly festival showcases handmade indie arts and crafts, including pet goods, clothing, jewelry, art, plush items, accessories, paper goods, home goods and much more.

Greekfest
Greekfest

(817) 626-5578

2020 NW 21st St
Fort Worth, TX 76164   Directions Website

Savory foods, cultural dance performances, shopping and a children's area are all on the menu at the annual Greekfest. Enjoy your fill of moussaka, spanakopita, dolmathes and more. The festival is held every November at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church.

Hangman's House of Horrors | Halloween Hot Spot
Hangman's House of Horrors | Halloween Hot Spot
4400 Blue Mound Rd
Fort Worth, TX 76106   Directions Website

Scream your way through haunted exhibits at the Hangman's House of Horrors. The haunted house has been: featured on Travel Channel's "America's Scariest Halloween Attractions", named "Best Place to get Spooked" in Fort Worth Magazine, and named one of the nation's "Halloween Hot Spots!" by Family Circle magazine. Stop in and check out what all the fuss is about...if you dare!

Herb Festival
Herb Festival

(817) 463-4160

3220 Botanic Garden Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107   Directions Website

Herb aficionados and those who dream of a kitchen window box filled with savory sprouts will enjoy the annual Herb Festival, held on the third Saturday in May at the Deborah Beggs Moncrief Garden Center. Expert growers, a silent auction, herbal crafts and gourmet products are all part of the fun.

Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival
Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival

(817) 336-2787

777 Taylor St Ste 100
Fort Worth, TX 76102   Directions Website

Don't miss one of the top 3 arts festivals in the U.S., the Main Street Fort Worth Art Festival. The annual April extravaganza showcases a juried art fair, live concerts, street performers, theater showcases, food tents and more at no charge.

Mayfest at Trinity Park
Mayfest at Trinity Park

(817) 332-1055

6115 Camp Bowie Blvd Ste 280
Fort Worth, TX 76116   Directions Website

Celebrate Texas' official start of summer at the annual Mayfest at Trinity Park. Live music, carnival rides, festival food, bounces houses, free children's activities, petting zoo, performng arts groups, paddleboats, rock-climbing, zip-lining, people-watching, art and gift market, 10K and 5K USATF certified runs, student art contest, and much more at the festival deliver plenty of family-friendly fun in great outdoor green space after a long winter.

Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show
Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show

(888) 269-8696

121 E Exchange Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76164   Directions Website

A historical reenactment of the original Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show. The show features trick roping, trick shooting, trick riding, cowboy songs and an entertaining look at history. Historical figures such as Pawnee Bill come to life and transport the spectator back in time held at Fort Worth’s Cowtown Coliseum.

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