Fort Worth set to host MusicArte on the River
September 22, 2013 by Max
MusicArte on the River in Fort Worth is an exciting and vibrant October celebration of the Latino culture. The festival features fantastic cultural entertainment, food, art, and dance that will no doubt keep the crowd tapping their toes and moving throughout the weekend.
The festival will take place at the Panther Island Pavilion on the Trinity River in the Trinity Uptown area. Admission is $5.00, although children under 12 are admitted free.
Entertainment includes music provided by Ozomatli and AB Quintanilla y Kumbia King All Tarz. Other performers include DaHeBeGeBees, Little Joe y La Familia, and Rick Trevino.
Ethnic food will be available in abundance throughout the festival, including Latin and American food items, wine, beer, and other beverages. Artists’ booths will be open during the day, closing at 8:00 pm, so attendees should get their shopping done early.
Heritage displays will be seen at the festival, along with demonstrations from artists. The sounds and costumes promise to be exciting and colorful.
Regularly, vendors will use the printing services of a local print company to prepare the marketing materials needed for a booth at a festival. Banner printing provides the signage in the booth, while flyer printing creates handout materials for booth visitors.
There will be a Kids’ Zone with activities, games, and lots of fun during the day. It will close at dusk.
MusicArte on the River is scheduled for October 5, with the gates opening at noon. For more information, visit the event’s website or call 817-625-5411.