Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival at Sundance Square
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Get your steps in while shopping for treasures and trinkets. This award-winning festival will span 27 city blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse through Sundance Square to the Fort Worth Convention Center. The meter will be running while you’re browsing 223 artists working in 15 media, including painting, jewelry, fiber, glass, leather, wood and ceramics. There’ll also be booths from more than two dozen local artists, multiple food courts, craft beer and wine pavilions and two entertainment stages featuring performances by Brave Combo, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and others. Children can do arts and crafts in the Main St. Creates area, which will also include balloon artists and face painters.
General admission is free. Food and beverage service is by coupon only.
Music headliners include Bonnie Biship (Thursday 4/19), Shane Smith and the Saints (Friday 4/20), Jamestown Revivial and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (Saturday 4/21), Brave Combo and Tejano groups Gary Hobbs and Latin Express (Sunday 4/22). See the complete music schedule here.