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The building now known as Billy Bob’s Texas was built in 1910 and was once an open-air barn used to house prize cattle for the Fort Worth Stock Show. In 1936, as a Texas Centennial Project, the building was enclosed by the City of Fort Worth at a cost of $183,500 and the tower over the main entrance was added. The “new” structure contained 1,257 animal stalls, and a 1,200 seat auction ring that is now the Billy Bob’s Bull Riding arena.
2520 Rodeo Plaza
Stockyards Championship Rodeo maintains a strong commitment to visitors looking for an authentic western cowboy experience. We keep the rodeo tradition alive in the Fort Worth Stockyards’ historic Cowtown Coliseum every Friday & Saturday night. Our professional staff, contestants, and volunteers offer a vital service to the City of Fort Worth and the North Texas community by preserving the traditions and lifestyles of the American Cowboy through fun-filled family entertainment!
121 E Exchange Ave
Cowtown Bowling Palace is your home for family FUN and family entertainment in Fort Worth, TX. Cowtown Bowling Palace is the perfect place to have fun times with family and friends. At Cowtown Bowling Palace you can have a terrific time at prices that won’t break your family’s budget. Check out our COOL Cosmic where you bowl with the lights down, great music turned up and awesome special effects lighting…it looks just like a nightclub!
4333 River Oaks Blvd.
Capital Bar is here for one reason — to be an incredible place for all people to capitalize on being a part of the best, big-small-town in America… Fort Worth, Texas. We are here for you and your friends to party well, with live bands 4 nights a week! We also accommodate intimate gatherings of all sizes. From one on ones to office parties to professional gatherings, we have the perfect space to make great things happen.
3017 Morton St
Historic Saloon Est.1978, No Cover Charge Live Music Thur, Fri, & Sat, Great staff, and the best patrons in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. Long-running tavern for regular live music & cocktails, plus a snack bar with sandwiches & nachos. One block west of Main Street in the heart of the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards, Filthy McNasty's is proud to be a part of Fort Worth's western heritage and local music scene for over three generations.
114 W Exchange Ave.
in Comedy Club
Up-and-coming acts perform at this intimate comedy club with table & bar seating. Come laugh your butt off with the best national comedians at Hyena's Comedy Nightclub in Fort Worth. Nightclub features a wide range of talent from touring pros to hilarious up-and-coming acts. At Hyena's, the best comedic talent out there will perform live shows while a stealth wait staff delivers drinks and food to a laughing audience.
425 Commerce Street
Scat is a live music venue showcasing some of the best local, regional, and national talent with a primary focus on straight ahead jazz. Located in the heart of downtown Ft Worth’s Sundance Square, Scat is walking distance from many great hotels and restaurants. The great thing about the area we are in is you can make a whole night of it without ever moving your car or worrying about your safety when you leave. We also have a one of a kind happy hour in a laid back, relaxing environment.
111 W 4th St # 11
Texas Motor Speedway, with a crowd capacity in excess of 200,000, is among the largest sports stadiums in America and features an array of amenities that make it one of the premier venues in the world of sports. Known as “No Limits, Texas,” the 1.5-mile superspeedway located in Fort Worth plays host to two races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series as well as one in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
3545 Lone Star Circle
Welcome to Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth's premier performing arts center. Managed by the non-profit organization Performing Arts Fort Worth, the Hall offers a vast array of entertainment, from Broadway productions to concerts. Bass Hall also is home to four resident companies: Fort Worth Symphony, Texas Ballet Theater, Van Cliburn Foundation and Fort Worth Opera.
525 Commerce St.
Casa Mañana Musicals, Inc., the non-profit organization that managed the theatre, was run by a volunteer Board of Directors and General Manager Melvin O. Dacus. In 1962, programming was expanded with the introduction of the Children’s Playhouse, a professional theatre series geared toward North Texas children. Each year since, nearly 150,000 parents, children, teachers and students have attended these popular shows.
3101 W Lancaster Ave