Exciting Things to Do this Weekend in Fort Worth

With school in full swing, weekends are sought after family and relaxation time. Fortunately for events, music, festivals and shows, Fort Worth is just the place to entertain you and your family. And we have the inside scoop.

Here are a handful of family-friendly activities around Fort Worth that are sure to entertain and amuse your crew!


Friday September 19:

Central Market Live Music–Chris Watson Band, 6-9pm
Stop by for an evening of “Southern Soul” on the patio!

Saturday, September 20:

Kimbell Kids Drop-In Studio–1-1:45pm
Bring your kids by to learn about “Bumpy, Quishy, Gritty Landscapes”; the class is free but arrive early—only 20 children per class! Stick around afterward for a free tour of the Kimbell’s Permanent Collection starting at 2pm.
Visit the website at https://www.kimbellart.org/events

Sound of Music @ Casa Manana, through Sept 28
One of our favorite things: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved musical premiers this Saturday!
Visit Casa Manana to learn more.

Central Market Live Music—Canta, 5:30-9pm
Enjoy a cool combination of Latin Pop, Classic Rock and Big Band.
Central Market website has this event and more!

Fort Worth Food Park Live Music—Sweet T, 7pm
Relax in the park with your choice of a variety of the day’s six food trucks and some live music.
Visit the website for more info

Fort Worth Fall Market—Saturday 10am-5pm, and Sunday 10am-4pm
Knock out some early holiday shopping—stop by and browse handmade gifts, artisanal crafts, jewelry and much more!
Visit Fort Worth Fall Market for details!

2nd Annual Beer, Bourbon and Brisket Festival—5pm
Bring your beach chairs and picnic blankets to a festival of BBQ, games, live music and fun for the whole family. Kids under 12 get in free!
Check out the website for more shows

Sunday, September 21:

Fiestas Patrias—12pm
Enjoy a day of family fun in celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day, filled with plenty of music and dancing and a grand finale of fireworks!

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth—Urban Theatre: New York Art in the 1980’s, through Jan 4
“Vital, vibrant and discordant”—an exhibit that is sure to excite, opening this Sunday!
The Modern’s website has times and hours listed


Hope you have a fun filled weekend!


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