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Things Are Getting Spooky in Sundance Square for a Great Cause

October 11,2019

Reposted from Sundance Square

Sundance Square’s Spooky Sip & Shop returns for a third year to pair wine tastings and delicious bites from Sundance Square restaurants with exclusives on merchandise of all kinds – from apparel to jewelry, gifts to home décor.
The event benefits the Tarrant Area Food Bank on Saturday, October 26 from 1 – 5 pm. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.  Shoppers can purchase tickets on Event Brite by searching Spooky Sip & Shop 2019 or in Sundance Square Plaza on the day of the event. 

“Spooky Sip & Shop is a great community event for friends and family to shop, taste 13 wines and enjoy scrumptious bites from Sundance Square restaurants while supporting a great cause,” said Chris Chaney, Sundance Square’s events and promotions manager. “With each ticket, guests receive a complimentary tasting glass, support our local food bank and create long-lasting memories.”

Last year’s Spooky Sip & Shop resulted in more than $5600 raised for Susan G. Komen Greater Fort Worth. 

Participating shops include Barse, Earth Bones Boutique, Earthbound Trading Co., francesca’s, Haltom’s, Houston Street Toy Co., Jos. A. Bank, LOFT, Marie Antoinette, Overland, Parts Unknown, Retro Cowboy Gifts & Souvenirs, Sid Richardson Museum store, Tervis, Thomas Kinkade Galleries, The Virgin Olive Oiler, White House Black Market, WillowHouse, and Yours Truly. 

Parking is always free in Sundance Square after 5 pm on weekdays. Before 5 pm, parking is free with validation from a Sundance Square restaurant or retailer.  Validation is good for 2.5 hours of dining or shopping, or four hours for weekday movies.  Weekends are free throughout the day and evening.  

Guests also have the option to valet park for free throughout Sundance Square with purchase from a Sundance Square merchant. Just look for the red umbrellas in nine locations within Sundance Square. 

Sundance Square is a vibrant, award-winning entertainment district spanning 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. The multi-use development attracts more than 10 million visitors each year for dining, shopping, events, and performances. For more information visit or follow the business and entertainment development on or Twitter @sundancesquare. 

Locations Mentioned: Earthbound Trading Company, Francesca's, Haltom's Jewelers, Overland Sheepskin Co., Parts Unknown, Sid Richardson Museum, The Virgin Olive Oiler