Top Things To Do in Fort Worth This Weekend April 19th-21st

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1) El Fuerte TacoFest at Panther Island

Since festival season is officially underway, let’s keep the theme going with the Fourth Annual El Fuerte TacoFest. El Fuerte (The Fort) will take you on a rollercoaster of flavor, with dozens of tacos from our great city. Add in some live music, cooking demonstrations, theatrical performances and the popular kid zone, and you have the perfect family friendly event for the weekend.
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2) Wizard of Oz at Casa Manana

Follow the yellow brick road over to Casa Manana through Mother’s Day for this musical favorite story of Dorothy and her dog Toto, swept away by a tornado to the land of Oz. Enjoy your favorite tunes such as, “If I Only Had a Brain” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow. ” The Wizard of Oz will have you humming and dancing whether you’re experiencing it for the first time or the tenth! Click Here to Follow The Yellow Brick Road


3) Texas Rangers face the Houston Astros

Our beloved Texas Rangers did not take any time in getting to the bottom of the standings this year, but that does not take away from the fact that it remains one of the best family outings in North Texas. Guys Night, Date Night, or Family Night…there is something for everyone at Globe Life Park. We love Our Rangers, no matter where they fall in the standings.
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4) Le Freak at Fat Daddy’s

The world’s greatest disco band, Le Freak brings the #70s Disco Revue to Fat Daddy’s in Mansfield! And for $10 after 10pm, it’s a steal for this high energy show.
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5) Office Hour at Circle Theatre

Office Hour is a penetrating drama that could leap from today’s headlines. It’s the story of a troubled student who hides behind dark glasses and writes disturbing and provoking literature.  Head over to Circle Theatre in Sundance Square to find out if the day will end in tragedy, hope…or somewhere in between?
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6) TCU Opera presents Carmen

TCU Opera Studio presents Peter Brook’s adaptation of Bizet’s beloved favorite, Carmen. Brook’s chamber operetta focuses on the dark and intense drama of the narrative while preserving all the famous arias and duets from Bizet’s original.
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7)Lanco & Stoney LaRue at Billy Bob’s Texas

Enjoy multi-platinum band Lanco on Friday or check out the new “favorite live song set” by Stoney LaRue on Saturday. Torn between which one? See both!
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8) HAMILTON at Dallas Summer Musicals (Music Hall at Fair Park)

The award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton finally hits DFW with performances through May 5th. Tickets are hard to come by, but do not fret if you miss it this year. HAMILTON returns in June 2020 at Bass Performance Hall.
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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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