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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
Drive-In Theater in Downtown Fort Worth, Texas 4 Screens w/ Double Features ~ $8 Adults (12 & up) ~ $6 / Kids (5 to 11) ~ 4 & Under Free. Take a step back in time and enjoy a great movie and great food from comfort of your car. We have a full menu with soda's, beer, and great food. There is a playground for the kids to play between movies.
223 NE 4th Street
in Comedy Club
We are critically-acclaimed comedy group Four Day Weekend, the longest-running show in the Southwest. On Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm and 10:00pm, we perform an improvisational show created from YOUR suggestions and participation. Come visit us at our beautiful theater in downtown Fort Worth, Texas! No trip to Fort Worth is complete until you attend this award-winning show!
312 Houston St.
“We cater to a crowd that likes traditional country music, cold beer, quality mixed drinks, dancing, and clean ladies restrooms. We don’t allow no arguin’ and damn sure don’t tolerate no fightin’." Lil’ Red's Longhorn Saloon also houses Craig’s “museum” showcasing large collections of vintage beer, tobacco, and rodeo memorabilia as well as many pictures with some of country music’s most famous stars.
121 W Exchange Ave.
Putt-Putt Fun Center provides an affordable, local, and fun venue for family entertainment. Many locations were rebranded as Putt-Putt Fun Centers® and today, in addition to the classic game of Putt-Putt® Golf, guests can enjoy go-karts, bumper boats, indoor bumper cars, batting cages, laser tag, a modern arcade, and snack bar. The array of attractions for new franchises depends on the size of the market, available land, and climate.
7001 Calmont Ave.
in Live Band
The Armadillo is a popular hangout among the Texas Music crowds. Located in the Historic Stockyards this place is certain to be a good time. This is a nice laid back bar that serves food all hours and has good live music. All the meals are made from scratch and made fresh daily. The chef makes his Homemade Teriyaki and Asian BBQ sauce to go on his wings as well as cal slaw, horseradish sauce. Place order with one of our bartenders.
120 West Exchange
in Live Band
Fort Worth, Texas' Premier Live music Venue has featured bands such as: Bowling for Soup, Son Volt, Bob Schneider, Portugal. The Man, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Ryan Bingham & The Deadhorses, Tim Reynolds, Flickerstick, and MC Chris. A small-time feel, with big-time shows, The Aardvark showcases some of the biggest acts in pop-rock and punk all while maintaining a certain "hole-in-the-wall" charm.
2905 W Berry St.
Panther Island Pavilion is a scenic outdoor venue on the Trinity River with the downtown Fort Worth skyline as a backdrop. The venue provides multiple stages including the only waterfront stage in Texas & is a one-stop-shop for all things watersports. The scene, the vibe, the tunes, the people. Come see for yourself where all the cool kids hang and let's rock the river!
395 Purcey Street
Musicians Danny Balis and Jess Barr have opened their second location of Twilite Lounge in Fort Worth in the Magnolia district. Balis describes the bar as “a beer and a shot type of joint, but a dive bar you could take a date to.” In less than a year, Twilite has attracted a lively cast of characters, and built a reputation for booking the most well-regarded performers.