BEST BETS- Top Things To Do In Fort Worth This Memorial Weekend—May 24th-27th

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1) Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club

The perfect way to spend the week is to spend as much time as possible at Colonial Country Club for this iconic PGA tournament event. There is something to do every day of the week so plan to go early and often.

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2) Final Weekend-AMON at Artisan Center Theatre

Last Chance–The world premiere of AMON fills the stage at Artisan Center Theatre in Hurst through Saturday. The play honors and celebrates the life and legacy of Amon G. Carter, Sr., the legendary Fort Worth civic booster and benefactor.
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3) Texas Ballet Theatre presents Pinocchio

Come along on this timeless tale as mischievous Pinocchio embarks on a whirlwind quest to become a real boy. With its phenomenal costuming and innovative choreography, Pinocchio is a spectacle for the ages. The kindhearted carpenter and the charming puppet come to life in this captivating fable, sure to be adored by young and old alike. It’s pure magic – with no strings attached.
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4) Fort Worth Spring Fair at The Fort Worth Stockyards

Head to the Fort Worth Stockyards for the Fort Worth Spring Fair. It’s all there, smack in the middle of the Fort Worth Stockyards—Carnival Rides, Thrill Shows, Petting Zoo, Wild Tigers, and of course the fan favorite Banana Derby and Pig Races. Open every day through Memorial Day. Don’t miss the Fair that was built for the entire family!
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5) National Polka Festival Ennis, Texas

Hop down Hwy 287 to The National Polka Festival® in Ennis. Celebrate 53 wonderful years of Czech heritage festivities Friday through Sunday.
Experience our traditions, religious customs, dancing, tastes, sights, sounds, and “a little bit of the Czech Lands” throughout historic downtown and at our three spacious air conditioned halls (KJT, KC and Sokol Halls). It’s a fun-filled, family friendly weekend of polka dancing, Czech foods, and 15 sensational LIVE polka bands including Grammy Award winning Brave Combo.
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6) Cowtown Unplugged at Omni Hotel

If you enjoy the stories behind the music and staying at 5- star luxury hotels, this is the perfect weekend outing for you. This songwriter showcase features Jim Lauderdale, Houston Marchman, and Ross Cooper. There is no better way to wrap up your Memorial weekend than at Cowtown Unplugged.
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7) Live Music Under the Stars

In addition to all of the fun festivals and events that feature live music, Tarrant County has two great venues with live music just about every weekend throughout the spring and summer months. Each one has its own unique Vibe, worth trying out throughout the summer.
Levitt Pavilion (Arlington) Click Here for The Levitt line-up
The Lot Downtown (Mansfield) Click Here for Concerts at The LOT Downtown

8) Memorial Weekend at Lone Star Park

Experience Lone Star Park at its finest with Live Racing all weekend long. Top it off with Memorial Day Dollar Day and live music with Def Leopard Tribute band, Def Leggend. It’s a great way to spend the Memorial Weekend.
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9) Split Second at Jubilee Theatre

This taut, incendiary drama explores the story of a respected African-American police officer who arrests a white man on suspicion of attempted car theft and the moral dilemma the situation hands the officer.
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Disclaimer: What’s Up Fort Worth features many events in other cities (including Dallas) when our staff feels that the event has DFW market-wide interest and that fans in Fort Worth and Tarrant County will make the trek to Dallas for the event.

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