Annual Texan music mayhem coming in May

April 25, 2013 by  

This year’s Fort Worth Music Festival is now less than a month away and celebrates the musical history and favorite genres of Fort Worth.

Featuring pop, rhythm and blues, indie rock, jazz, gospel, and country Texas-style, there will be 24 bands performing throughout the two-day festival on three different stages.

Exhibit space is available at the festival and attracts many vendors and artists. There will be artwork, arts and crafts, jewelry, and specialty food among the many types of exhibits. Vendors typically utilize the services of print companies in preparation for exhibit opportunities like this.
Vendors commonly order banner printing to place banners on the back of their booths or drape from the tables in front.

Some of the well-known musical artists scheduled include Drive by Truckers, Old ‘97s, Galactic, ZZ Ward, Allen Stone, the Walkmen, the Sheepdogs. and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

Tickets are on sale right now, with single-day or two-day passes available. The event is set to take place over the weekend of Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18 at Panther Island Pavilion.

Gates open at 3:00 pm on the Friday and 1:00 pm on the Saturday, and the fun goes on until 11:00 pm on both days. Children aged 10 and younger are admitted free with an adult. Tickets may be purchased online via the event’s website, and it is all for a good cause as proceeds from the festival will benefit the Fort Worth Community Food Bank.