Experience the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival
A Little Rain, A Bit of a Storm...but Overall a Great Weekend! Operations for the 33rd MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival paused briefly on Saturday due to weather, but the entire weekend, from Thursday to Sunday, was an absolute blast. Thank you all for coming Downtown and visiting our artists and relaxing in Sundance Square. Next year we're going to go a bit earlier in April due to Easter weekend - April 11 - 14, 2019. Mark your calendars!
We are located in Downtown Fort Worth (76102), between Weatherford Street on the north, 9th Street on the south, Commerce Street on the east and Houston Street to the west. 18 blocks of food, fun, music and...art!
The brand new Wine Experience Pavilion in Sundance Square for private wine tastings featuring Chloe and Imagery wines, hosted by In the Sack, is the place to be to enjoy the fest.
The 2018 Entertainment Schedule has been posted, showcasing hundreds of entertainers throughout Downtown, FREE! We'll see YOU Downtown at Texas' largest, FREE, Music and Arts festival!
This year’s musical lineup is set, and includes folk music group Jamestown Revival, contemporary swing band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Latin Jazz ensemble Pacific Mambo Orchestra, Americana group Shane Smith & The Saints, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and many more.
JOIN US AT THE NEW WINE EXPERIENCE TASTING SESSIONS!
Seating for each experience is limited to 24 persons per session, you may purchase advance tickets at In the Sack (415 Throckmorton Street) or by calling 817-720-SACK) or during the festival at the Wine Experience Pavilion in Sundance Square. Cash, credit cards and festival tickets accepted.
Often perceived as paintings, Dolan's art pieces are actually composed of hundreds of pieces of paper, cut by my own hands, and then affixed to a wood panel. All of the paper used for these collages comes from abandoned spaces--old factories, old farmhouses, warehouses, and materials found on the streets, and nothing newer than 1960. Once he has gathered up a pile of vintage materials, he sketches out an image on a board, then cuts and glues all of the papers to the surface.
His images often tell a story, and this year's commissioned poster, available now online either signed or unsigned, was created for MAIN ST. and is printed on Mohawk Options cover paper stock courtesy of Olmsted Kirk Paper Company and printed by Cockrell Enovation. The 20" wide x 28" high poster was designed by Pinkerton Design, and is now available for shipment packed in a sturdy packing tube.