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Fort Worth Main Street Arts Festival

GeorgiaSatellites_01by Trey Moran

The Main Street Arts Festival rolled into Fort Worth last weekend and since I am now a resident of downtown I felt I needed to get out and support the event.  It didn’t hurt that there were at least three bands playing Saturday that I wanted to see. The city does a great job in planning this event and this year was no different. Main Street is shut down from basically the courthouse to the convention center with artists booths set up right down the middle of the street.  A children’s workshop area was at one end and the main stage was at the other end. In between was sea of artisans, performers, food and people.

If you were in the market for artwork, wood carvings, jewelry or ceramics you were in the right place. There was many interesting pieces on display. There were so many vendors there was no way I was going to get through them all. It seemed there was something there for every budget and taste. The foot traffic was heavy through the booths with many people carrying purchases. It seemed there was a pretty good amount of business being done.   Continue reading

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Insider’s Guide To Fort Worth’s Main Street Arts Festival

ms1by Angela Hopkins

Every year I look forward to, and I do not think I am going out on a limb here, the festival of all festivals in DFW.  The Main Street Arts Festival!  The Cliffs Notes for the Main Street Arts Festival are as follows: Starting April 18th at 10am and you can come and go as you please all day every day through April 21st.  Not only is the Festival itself free, including three live music stages, but parking on the weekend is generally free, and this year they have water stations to fill up, also free.   Continue reading

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