5 Things to DO April 2018
Posted on 3/27/18
There's so much to DO in Downtown! Here are 5 amazing events happening this month. For our full event calendar, click here.
Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival
The 5th Annual Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival will be a weekend of events that will satisfy any appetite! Kick off the festival at a pre-fest dinner in Downtown with either a five course meal paired with Amici wine at Grace, or a come-and-go Crawfish Boil at Waters. The festival's Main Event held at the Pier 1 Imports Building will feature over 50 restaurants and beverage companies including Downtown's own Bird Cafe, The Capital Grille, Grace, Reata, and Acre Distillery. For you brunch lovers out there, check out their Rise + Dine event. You'll find Downtown favorite - The Black Rooster Cafe - as well as FunkyTown Donuts, who are soon-to-be in Sundance Square. Get your tickets before their eaten up! Learn more here.
Yoga & Zumba in Sundance Square
Sundance Square Plaza
Saturdays 9am-10am, beginning April 7
Get movin' on Saturday mornings in Sundance Square Plaza! These alternating Yoga and Zumba classes are free and open to the public. What better way to start your weekend than with some fresh air and exercise? For Yoga class dates, click here. For Zumba class dates, click here.
Featuring a dozen musicians, Portland-based band Pink Martini will take you on a multilingual, genre-defying journey at Bass Hall. Backed by members of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra string section, Pink Martini closes out the FWSO Pops Season in a night of enchanting hits. Learn more here.
It Ain't Nothin' but the Blues
Shows running through April 15
Featuring over two dozen musical numbers, this stirring recollection of blues classics will have any music lover tapping their feet. Tony-Award nominated for Best Musical, It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues summons the true soul of American music. Learn more here.
MAIN ST Fort Worth Arts Festival
Every spring, Main Street is transformed into a world class arts festival that is not be missed. Tents filled with incredible artwork by over 200 juried artists from across the country will line the Downtown streets. As Fort Worth's largest live music and entertainment event, festival-goers can enjoy over 50 different bands and performing arts groups over the four day festival. You don't have to be an art connoisseur to enjoy this event. In fact, the food, drinks, and atmosphere are enough to keep you entertained for hours. This free event will wow people of all ages, and is definitely a must for any fan of arts and culture. Learn more here.
For our full calendar of events, click here!