Embrace your love for chocolate at the ChocolateFest in Grapevine. Try the best chocolate cookies, chocolate covered marshmallows, chocolate covered pretzels and just plain chocolate in the DFW area. The festival also hosts wine tasting and artwork by local artists.
Etsy Fort Worth presents the Cowtown Indie Bazaar, a craft show featuring 100% handmade crafts. All proceeds from the festival support handmade arts in the DFW community. Support the cause and get your next unique piece of art at the Cowtown Bazaar.
The Fort Worth Music Festival celebrates Fort Worth’s deep musical roots. The festival presents Pop, Indie Rock, Rhythm & Blues, and Alt Country - in total 20 bands on 2 stages during 2 days. In addition the Festival features artwork exhibits and unique local vendors.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.