Top Things To Do In Fort Worth This Weekend July 19th-July 21st

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1) Burger Week is Finally Here (July 15-21)

Forget any diet, at least for another week. Support Meals on Wheels and hit as many Fort Worth Burger Week restaurants as possible this week. $5 specialty burgers at all of your favorite Fort Worth eateries! Pick up your passport at your nearest Pinnacle Bank location or a participating Burger Week restaurant. Check out this list of juicy, delicious burgers- Fred’s Texas Café (all 3 locations), Mooyah Burgers & Fries (Burleson & Alliance), Bar Louie on West 7th Street, Ben’s Triple B, Honky Tonk Kitchen inside Billy Bob’s Texas, Brewed, Chophouse Burger (downtown), City Works in Clear Fork, Fat Daddy’s (Mansfield), Fixture, The Brand New Funky Fermatorium, M & O Grill in The Foundry District, Pearl Snap Kolaches & Burgers, Pouring Glory, Riverbend Café, Rodeo Goat, Rogers Roundhouse, Shaw’s, Community Taste Project, and Burgers N Beyond across from JPS Hospital.


2) Mein Shaft Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre                                          Club 81 Billy Bob’s Texas

Billy Bob’s Texas interactive comedy murder mysteries are set in the 1880s, when Texas was wild and cattle was king. A time when the glow of lanterns along with the sounds of music and laughter from the local saloons created a welcome oasis for thirsty cowboys. Rustlers, wranglers, gamblers, saloon girls and lawmen were just a few of the colorful characters who wove the romantic tapestry of this bygone era. Take a light-hearted trip back to THEIR version of the Wild West, “Where Historical meets Hysterical.®”


3) Kimbell Art Museum Family Festival

Celebrate the art of Claude Monet and National Ice Cream Day at the Kimbell Family Festival! Enjoy the sweet pleasures of a favorite summertime treat and paintings by one of the world’s most beloved artists. Highlights will include art making, gallery explorations, live performances, face painting, and free ice cream.  Includes waived admission to the special exhibition Monet: The Late Years..


4) Josh Weathers at Billy Bob’s Texas

Fort Worth based soulful singer songwriter Josh Weathers has been compared to the likes of John Mellencamp, Springsteen or even Stevie Wonder, but his die hard fan base has found something incredibly unique about his ability to connect with an audience. If you ever have the chance to witness a live performance… do it. You’ll be a part of something special. This Saturday is that chance—Don’t Miss It!

 


5) Celebrating the Merce Cunningham Centennial                            Modern Dance Festival-The Modern Art Museum

Special guest Tamsin Carlson will perform the Merce Cunningham solos she learned for the Los Angeles performance of the Night of 100 Solos: A Centennial Event . Both opening and closing the program, she’ll perform the solos two different ways, with chance elements determining how they are performed. Additional performances will include choreography by Kali Taft Johnson (Kaliopi Movement Collective), Kerry Kreiman (CD/FW), and Jessica Thomas (Celina, TX). This special dance performance is presented by Contemporary Dance Fort Worth.

 

 


6) Live Music Under the Stars

Every weekend is an awesome experience at Levitt Pavilion in Arlington. This weekend is no exception. On Friday, experience Intoxicating Latin romance with an edge with Del Castillo. Want a little Southern Rock with a Country Heart? Get some blue collar love with Adam Hood on Saturday night. Experience BLUES the way it was meant to be on Sunday with Nakia and the Blues Grifters.

 

 



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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