DAILY PANTHER ISLAND PAVILION BEACH & RIVER ACTIVITIES (JULY 19 – JULY 25)

MONDAY JULY 19: 

Pedal boat and tube rentals along with concessions are closed on Mondays.

Backwoods Paddlesports is open 7 days a week offering kayak, paddleboard, and canoe rentals. 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS: http://www.backwoodspaddlesports.com/

 

TUESDAY – FRIDAY, JULY 20 – JULY 23:

 

Panther Island Pavilion Beach venue will be open from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.  Pedal boat rentals and concessions (background music, soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream) will be offered. Beach admission is free and you may BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic) on weekdays. Tube rentals range from $5 – $6 depending on the day that you attend. There is no lifeguard on duty during the weekdays. Pedal boats will also be available to rent by the hour. Loaner life vests are available. The venue has a public beach, so feel free to bring your own tube or raft and enjoy the river within the roped perimeter. No lifeguard on duty.  Credit/Debit Cards only.

 

BYOB and BYOP (picnic) Outside coolers and food are allowed on weekdays (Monday-Friday ONLY)

 

SATURDAY, JULY 24: ROCKIN’ THE RIVER

The fourth week of Rockin’ the River will take place on Saturday, July 24. The event starts at 1:00 pm and will continue throughout the day with river floating, five bands, and a firework show at 9:25 pm. Admission is free. You may rent tubes onsite or bring your own. There are multiple bars and two local food trucks on-site to support, Reds BBQ and Bobby’s Fajitas. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.

 

WEEK 4 ROCKIN’ THE RIVER LINE UP –

2:15pm Tim Lightyear

3:45pm Comanche Moon

5:15pm Luca Jagneaux

HEADLINER 6:45pm Chris Colston

8:25pm Cody Hibbard

9:25pm Firework Show

 

More information can be found at https://rockintheriverfw.com/

 

SUNDAY, JULY 25: SUNDAY FUNDAY

 

Pavilion Island Pavilion Beach Venue will be open 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm for Sunday Funday! Concessions are expanded to include local food trucks, Gepetto’s Pizza & Frio’s Gourmet Pops, and beer and wine options. Live music will begin at 2:00pm with Tom Less.  Pedal boat rentals and loaner tubes and life vests will be available. Tube rentals are available for $6. Feel free to bring your own tube or raft to enjoy the river within the roped-off swimming area. Lifeguards will be on duty. Credit/Debit cards only. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.*

 

More information can be found at www.sundayfundayfw.com

 

Backwoods Paddlesports is open 7 days a week offering kayak, paddleboard, and canoe rentals. 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS: http://www.backwoodspaddlesports.com/

DAILY PANTHER ISLAND PAVILION BEACH & RIVER ACTIVITIES (JULY 12 – JULY 18)

TUESDAY – FRIDAY, JULY 13 – JULY 16:

 

Panther Island Pavilion Beach venue will be open from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.  Pedal boat rentals and concessions (background music, soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream) will be offered. Beach admission is free and you may BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic) on weekdays. Tube rentals range from $5 – $6 depending on the day that you attend. There is no lifeguard on duty during the weekdays. Pedal boats will also be available to rent by the hour. Loaner life vests are available. The venue has a public beach, so feel free to bring your own tube or raft and enjoy the river within the roped perimeter. No lifeguard on duty.  Credit/Debit Cards only.

 

BYOB and BYOP (picnic) Outside coolers and food are allowed on weekdays (Monday-Friday ONLY)

 

SATURDAY, JULY 17: ROCKIN’ THE RIVER

The second week of Rockin’ the River will take place on Saturday, July 17. The event starts at 1:00 pm and will continue throughout the day with river floating, five bands, and a firework show at 9:25 pm. Admission is free. You may rent tubes onsite or bring your own. There are multiple bars and two local food trucks on-site to support, Reds BBQ and Bobby’s Fajitas. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.

 

WEEK 3 ROCKIN’ THE RIVER LINE UP –

2:15pm Ben Kadlecek

3:45pm Mitchell Ferguson

5:15pm Saints Eleven

HEADLINER 6:45pm Dirty River Boys

8:25pm Mason Lively

9:25pm Firework Show

 

More information can be found at https://rockintheriverfw.com/

 

SUNDAY, JULY 18: SUNDAY FUNDAY

 

Pavilion Island Pavilion Beach Venue will be open 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm for Sunday Funday! Concessions are expanded to include local food trucks, Texas Mac and Cheese & Juliebeans Ice Cream, and beer and wine options. Pedal boat rentals and loaner tubes and life vests will be available. Tube rentals are available for $6. Feel free to bring your own tube or raft to enjoy the river within the roped-off swimming area. Lifeguards will be on duty. Credit/Debit cards only. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.*

 

More information can be found at www.sundayfundayfw.com

 

Backwoods Paddlesports is open 7 days a week offering kayak, paddleboard, and canoe rentals. 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS: http://www.backwoodspaddlesports.com/

 

DAILY PANTHER ISLAND PAVILION BEACH & RIVER ACTIVITIES (JULY 6 – JULY 11)

TUESDAY – FRIDAY, JULY 6 – JULY 9:

Panther Island Pavilion Beach venue will be open from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.  Pedal boat rentals and concessions (background music, soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream) will be offered. Beach admission is free and you may BYOP (Bring Your Own Picnic) on weekdays. Tube rentals range from $5 – $6 depending on the day that you attend. Beachgoers may bring their own tube or raft to float on within the roped-off swim area. There is no lifeguard on duty during the weekdays. Pedal boats will also be available to rent by the hour. Loaner life vests are available. The venue has a public beach, so feel free to bring your own tube or raft and enjoy the river within the roped perimeter. No lifeguard on duty.  Credit/Debit Cards only.

 

BYOB and BYOP (picnic) Outside coolers and food are allowed on weekdays (Monday-Friday ONLY)

 

SATURDAY, JULY 10: ROCKIN’ THE RIVER
The second week of Rockin’ the River will take place on Saturday, July 10. The event starts at 1:00 pm and will continue throughout the day with river floating, five bands, and a firework show at 9:25 pm. Admission is free. You may rent tubes onsite or bring your own. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.*

 

WEEK 2 ROCKIN’ THE RIVER LINE UP –

2:15pm Ross Cooper

3:45pm Dustin Massey

5:15pm Austin English

HEADLINER 6:45pm Giovannie & The Hired Guns

8:25pm The Lowdown Drifters

9:25pm Firework Show

 

More information can be found at https://rockintheriverfw.com/

 

SUNDAY, JULY 11: SUNDAY FUNDAY

Pavilion Island Pavilion Beach Venue will be open 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm for the first Sunday Funday of the season! There will be live acoustic music from Carlos Ramos.  Concessions will be expanded to include a local food truck and beer and wine options. Live music will begin at 2:00 pm. Pedal boat rentals and loaner tubes and life vests will be available. Tube rentals are available for $6. Feel free to bring your own tube or raft to enjoy the river within the roped-off swimming area. Lifeguards will be on duty. Credit/Debit cards only. *On weekends, outside alcohol and food are NOT ALLOWED within the venue.*

 

More information can be found at www.sundayfundayfw.com

 

Backwoods Paddlesports is open 7 days a week offering kayak, paddleboard, and canoe rentals. 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS: http://www.backwoodspaddlesports.com/

 

Weekly Waterfront Yoga at Panther Island Pavilion

Due to popular demand and in partnership with Fort Worth Community Yoga,  Sunday morning yoga classes have been expanded to occur weekly, every Sunday at 11 am. Fort Worth Community Yoga is yoga in the community by the community for the community “So join their community!”

The classes are All Levels Vinyasa Flow style which allows yogis to find their comfort level for each pose. All levels welcome. The classes typically include some light stretching and twisting, balancing, and flow, with time for stillness and peace. Bring a mat, sweat towel, and water. Begins on the Coors Light Waterfront stage on a first come first serve basis. Lastly, this will continue to be a free class, but “pay as you can” and tips are welcomed by instructors if guests feel inclined.

 

TAKE A LOOK BACK – 2020 AT PANTHER ISLAND PAVILION

2020 has been a year for the history books. Panther Island Pavilion was a popular place for outdoor activities this year providing a park space to escape from the challenges that the pandemic brought on. Be it in a tube, on a bike or in a virtual format the community found ways to support causes and create fun while staying safe.

 

Read below a few highlights

 

  • The annual Fort Worth’s Fourth fireworks show returned to the skies over Panther Island Pavilion even larger than ever this year. In-person activities were canceled but the show went on offering kids and adults alike the opportunity to safely celebrate our Independence Day from afar.  Event staff coordinated a complete shutdown of the festival site and surrounding arterials, encouraging the community to watch from afar or by livestream from their home to maintain social distancing. KDFW Fox 4 provided a live stream and 95.9 The Ranch broadcasted the music. The fireworks show was made possible by generous contributions from Lockheed Martin and TRWD and celebrated those that fought for our freedom and honored first responders, healthcare workers, and everyone on the front line.

 

  • New this year, the Panther Island Beach concessions expanded to 6 days a week. A concession stand served trail users and beachgoers with drinks and snacks available to purchase. On weekends, a food truck, waterfront yoga classes, and acoustic performers were added. Rental options were expanded to include more pedal boats to keep up with the demand.  The Panther Island Pavilion Beach provided an option for people to bring their families and enjoy the Trinity River.  With white squares painted across the lawn, the set up worked perfectly for families to choose a spot and safely social distance.

 

  • Waterfront Yoga Sundays started during the summer months and due to popularity, the sessions were extended through the end of the year thanks to yoga instructor Jordan Palmer of Fort Worth Community Yoga.

 

  • Oktoberfest Fort Worth was canceled this year, but that did not stop fans from celebrating in their own way! The festival still sold their classic hat pins and steins with proceeds benefitting TRWD’s Trinity River recreation & programming initiatives. Fans tuned into Facebook for a virtual prost with Alex Meixner who sang Ein Prosit in honor of the festival.

 

  • The inaugural River and Blues Festival brought live music back to the Main Stage on November 13 and 14. The diverse line up featured performers such as Maddie & Tae, Samantha Fish, Bart Crow, Casey James, Courtney Patton & Jason Eady, Kirk House, Charley Crockett, Kody West, Southern Avenue, Johnathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, and Alaina Kay.   Festival-goers had a choice between VIP tables or general admission tickets which offered a white painted square for attendees to put their chairs and properly social distance on the lawn.

 

  • Backwoods Paddlesports opened up for their 8th season offering canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals on the Trinity River at Panther Island Pavilion. More than 12,500 individuals paddled with them this season, an 88% increase from 2019. Customers also had the opportunity to help clean the Trinity and collect around 200 bags of trash during their time out on the river. With the growing popularity of the river recreation, Backwoods hosted five on Sunset and Night paddles for the second year in a row, which accommodated 42 people.

 

 

  • Fort Worth Bike Sharing B-cycle station located at Taylor Circle has made it easier than ever to hop on and off at the venue and enjoy the Trinity Trails. The station is the best overall performing downtown station and the 7th best overall performing station. Over 5,069 bikes were checked out at the Taylor Circle to date in 2020 which is a 140% increase from 2019.

 

  • Operation Airdrop was a tribute that occurred on Memorial Day to honor healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as always for our military heroes who have given the ultimate sacrifice. Due to the rainfall happening during the early afternoon in Fort Worth, the scheduled parachute was unable to happen, but veteran parachuters met at the top of the hill at PIP for a smoke and ground show.

 

 

  • The Veterans Day Parade mobilized in the parking lot of Panther Island Pavilion on November 11. There was a brief opening ceremony followed by a Marine Corps Flyover at 11am. Shortly after the flyover, the motorcade began their route down Forest Park Boulevard where watchers stood and cheered, then circled back to Panther Island Pavilion.

 

  • Step Up For Down Syndrome, Fort Worth Marathon, Pumpkin Spice, and Thanksgiving Day Run offered an in-person opportunity to hop on the Trinity trails for a walk or run.  The events were modified to reduce gathering and provided a fun and safe way to exercise.

 

  • Jude Walk, Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Great Strides all continued to raise money and host their events virtually, encouraging participants to get out and walk for a cause in their own neighborhood.

 

 

 

 

Waterfront Yoga with Blue Morpho Yoga

Due to popular demand and in partnership with Blue Morpho Yoga, Jordan Palmer’s Sunday morning yoga classes have been expanded through the end of 2020. Jordan teaches an All Levels Vinyasa Flow style class which allows yogis to find their comfort level for each pose. All levels welcome. The classes typically include some light stretching and twisting, balancing, and flow, with time for stillness and peace. Bring a mat, sweat towel, and water. Begins on the Coors Light waterfront stage on a first come first serve basis. Lastly, this will continue to be a free class, but “pay as you can” and tips are welcomed by Jordan if guests feel inclined.

 

Classes will be held at 11AM on the following dates:

October

18th

 

November

1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

 

December

6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

HOW TO CELEBRATE OKTOBERFEST 2020 STYLE!

Oktoberfest Fort Worth might be canceled for this year, but that doesn’t mean you  can’t still get into the Oktoberfest mood! We’ve gathered a few ways that you can celebrate Oktoberfest around Fort Worth.

 

  1. Participate in the Oktoberfest Run und Ride Virtual 5k, 10k, 20-mile bike ride produced by Run Project
  2. Purchase the Oktoberfest 2020 souvenir stein and 2020 quarantine pin
  3. Have a pint or two of ice-cold Spaten at The Tavern (2755 S Hulen St, Fort Worth, TX 76109)
  4. Shop for your authentic German attire and other goodies from one of our Oktoberfest Fort Worth vendors, Kuckuck’s Nest
  5. Sing along to one of our favorite songs, Ein Prosit, with Alex Meixner on Thursday, September 24, around 6:00 pm as we kick off the weekend on our Facebook page.
  6. Enjoy all of your German favorites from local restaurant, Edelweiss (3801 Southwest Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116)
  7. Snack on a soft pretzel at Flying Saucer (111 E 3rd St, Fort Worth, TX 76102)
  8. Visit Little Germany at their new spot. Check out the 5 must-eat menus items from this Fort Worth staple.
  9. Follow us on our Facebook and Instagram accounts to stay up-to-date with all of our Oktoberfest fun!
  10. Check out the new Oktoberfest Fort Worth website to get you excited to celebrate with us again on September 23-25, 2021!

Tubing Returns to Panther Island Pavilion –   Expanding to 6 days a week

UPDATE 6/26:

Unfortunately, due to recent heavy rain events, Sunday Funday will not take place this Sunday, 6/28.  The river is currently moving at roughly 3,000 CFS and is expected to stay at a level that triggers a red flag for water activity. It could potentially be dangerous to enter the river due to the swift flow of the water and potential for debris. We will be evaluating all circumstances and evolving guidance in regards to tubing. Follow the event website and social media accounts for future updates.

 

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid back-floating event, continues on Sundays but now with live acoustic music acts. New this year, the public can rent tubes and pedal boats Tuesday – Friday.  Panther Island Pavilion offers a lazy lake- like float right in the heart of Fort Worth. You can enter and exit the river at the public beach and enjoy a relaxing day on the Trinity River. Feel free to bring your own tube or you can rent one from us, either way Panther Island Pavilion is your go-to summer destination. Those looking to venture further upstream can rent a kayak, canoe or stand-up paddleboard from Backwoods Paddlesports.

 

SUMMER FLOAT EXPERIENCE

 

NEW THIS YEAR
Weekday Tube and Pedal Boat Rentals – June 30 – September 4

Tuesday – Friday

12pm – 6pm

Bring a picnic, chair, or blanket and enjoy the public beach and the beautiful park space at Panther Island Pavilion.

Tube and pedal boat rentals available.

Non-alcoholic drinks and ice cream for sale.

Credit Card only.  No Cash Accepted

https://www.pantherislandpavilion.com/things-to-do/

 

Sunday Funday Returns –  June 28 – September 6, 2020

Simply put, Sunday Funday is a day of relaxation and fun in the sun at Panther Island Pavilion. This laid back and family-friendly series takes place every Sunday in the summer. In addition to tube and boat rentals, patrons can enjoy acoustic live music shows, yoga classes, dog adoptions, and more.

Every Sunday

12pm – 6pm

Tube and pedal boat rentals available.

Food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase.

Credit Card Only.  No Cash Accepted.

Free Admission.  Free Parking

No outside food or beverages allowed.

www.sundayfundayfw.com

 

 

Rockin’ the River, Presented by Coors Light Returns – July 11 – August 8

The summer turns up a notch when Rockin’ the River returns.  The original social-distanced event is back with five of your favorite bands playing from the Coors Light Waterfront Stage each Saturday. From a tube or from the shore, concertgoers can spread out and enjoy plenty of open space, fresh air, and their favorite Texas/Red Dirt artists with a little rock and soul. The night is capped off with a Texas-Sized fireworks show.  This event is generously sponsored by Coors Light, 95.9 the Ranch, and North Texas Marine.

Every Saturday

1pm – 9:30pm

Tube and pedal boat rentals available.

Food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase.

Credit Card Only.  No Cash Accepted.

Free Admission.  $10 Parking

No outside food or beverages allowed.

www.rockintheriverfw.com

 

Proceeds from the Panther Island tube rentals benefit river recreation and programming on Panther Island brought to you by the Tarrant Regional Water District.  www.trwd.com

 

 

With your health and safety our primary concern, we will be adhering to the State of Texas executive orders regarding social gatherings of our size and will work to provide the best possible experience for all. Some, but not all, safety precautions include hand sanitizing stations throughout the Panther Island Pavilion beach area; cleaning and sanitizing recreational water equipment after use; disinfecting hard surfaces such as porta-potties, picnic tables, and chairs; social distancing observed in seating and food and beverage lines; posters reminding everyone to follow social distancing; contactless payment options; and all bartenders and event staff wearing PPE if in close contact with customers.

 

Protocols are subject to change based on evolving guidance from the State of Texas as it relates to COVID-19. 

2020 Fort Worth’s Fourth — Fireworks Only

Fort Worth’s Fourth Modified

Festival Cancelled |Fireworks show set for July 4, 2020, at 9:20 pm on Panther Island

 

 

For the health and safety of our community, we have modified this year’s annual Fort Worth’s Fourth celebration.  Fort Worth will still be home to the largest fireworks show in North Texas; however, the festival portion of the event will not take place.  To limit public gathering, Panther Island Pavilion will be closed and there will be no activities.

 

Thanks to generous contributions from Lockheed Martin and the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), we will still celebrate our nation’s birthday with our largest fireworks show ever.  This year we celebrate those who fought for our freedom and honor our first responders, healthcare workers, and everyone on the front line.

 

The community is asked to watch the fireworks from the comfort of their home, backyard, or balcony.  The show will be larger and taller this year so it can be seen from a distance.

 

This year, you will be able to watch the show from anywhere, as it will be live-streamed on fox4news.com.

 

You can also tune into 95.9FM The Ranch to listen to the music choreographed to the fireworks show.

 

For all details on the show, you can visit www.fortworthsfourth.com

 

The attached map shows the shaded area that will be closed and barricaded to discourage gathering and minimize traffic congestion. Individuals are asked to keep their family at or near their homes for viewing of the show.  There will not be vehicular access to areas near the venue.

Cody Johnson Throwdown Postponed

Message from the event producer:

 

“COJONation! Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 mass gathering restrictions, we are postponing our show at Panther Island Pavilion in Ft Worth, scheduled for Sat, June 27th. We are working closely with the city officials to do our best to find a new date for this show. Stay tuned to [Cody Johnson’s] social media for any further info about this show.”

2020 Spring Events Update

Here’s a little good news for your day — Panther Island Pavilion spring events have rescheduled to another date. We have a jam-packed summer and fall schedule!

Below is the most up to date information on events that have had to make changes to their schedule based on recent restrictions on special events:

March for Babies will be launching a virtual event. Check on their event listing here for more info! April 18
Cowtown Cook-off and Music Festival rescheduled to August 28-29, 2020
Water Lantern Festival rescheduled to November 7, 2020
Syndicate Smokedown rescheduled to October 3, 2020
GOTEXAN Wine, Food & Art Festival rescheduled to October 30-31, 2020
River and Blues Festival rescheduled to November 13-14, 2020
Great Strides rescheduled to September 13, 2020

To find the full summer and fall event schedule click on the events tab above.

We are thankful that these spring events were able to reschedule and still take place this year. From everyone at Panther Island Pavilion – our thoughts are with the artists, vendors, production companies and everyone involved in the music and event industry that has been impacted by COVID-19.

Mark your calendars to come out and enjoy one or more of these great events and support those that are bringing great entertainment and recreation to our community!

Thank you for your support.

Note: Events in March, April, and May of 2020 were rescheduled due to the state and local restrictions on special events and the recommendations by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on preventing the spread of COVID-19.

United Way of Tarrant County, Hear Fort Worth and Film Fort Worth Extend Creative Industry Relief Fund

United Way of Tarrant County, Hear Fort Worth and Film Fort Worth Extend Creative Industry Relief Fund

Musician’s Initiative Expanded to Include Filmmakers and Visual Artists

 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (March 25, 2019) – Today, Hear Fort Worth and Film Fort Worth with assistance from United Way of Tarrant County announced expansion of a creative industry relief fund to help support musicians, visual artists and filmmakers who have lost work due to COVID-19.

 

The initiative spearheaded by Hear Fort Worth is an extension of Fort Worth musician Rachel Gollay’s Artist & Service Worker Relief Fund, which raised $10,000 and provided support of $200 per qualified applicant.

 

Visit Fort Worth, parent organization of Hear Fort Worth and Film Fort Worth, will manage the application process and United Way of Tarrant County will spearhead collection of donations and fund distribution.

 

“Members of the creative community have been ambassadors for our city and we need to support them in this crisis,” said Mitch Whitten, executive vice president of marketing and strategy at Visit Fort Worth. “We want to support musicians, artists and filmmakers who have lost so much work and income. We’re grateful to Rachel Gollay for starting this initiative and to the United Way for helping us expand it.”

 

United Way of Tarrant County will host the donation and application page on their website https://www.unitedwaytarrant.org/artistsrelieffund/. The goal is to reach a total of $20,000, however, the fund will stay open as long as donations continue to come in. Gifts to the fund will be 100% tax-deductible, with tax acknowledgements provided by United Way of Tarrant County for any individual donations of $250 or more.

 

Fort Worth Weekly, the local music resource featuring local musicians is the first promotional partner for the effort, helping spread the word through its publication, website and network.

 

“United Way of Tarrant County is honored to partner with Visit Fort Worth to assist the creative community who have been impacted by COVID-19,” said Leah King, president and CEO of United Way of Tarrant County.  “With so many artists relying on hourly or one-time income from large social gatherings in establishments now closed, this population has been hit hard by the virus.  We encourage the community to support this initiative.”

 

The fund is open to Fort Worth musicians, filmmakers and visual artists. Qualified applicants will be eligible for a one-time grant of $300.

 

For more information or to donate, please visit https://www.unitedwaytarrant.org/artistsrelieffund/.

 

 

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Visit Fort Worth is the official destination marketing organization of the 13th-largest city in the United States, dedicated to promoting Fort Worth as a premier business and leisure destination with thriving centers of creativity, culture and commerce. Visit Fort Worth is the parent organization of The Fort Worth Herd, the Fort Worth Film Commission, Fort Worth Sports Commission and music initiative Hear Fort Worth.

 

About United Way of Tarrant County

United Way of Tarrant County has worked to improve the lives of those in our communities since 1922. As a nonprofit leader, we bring together individuals, groups, donors and service providers to help solve some of the toughest social issues affecting Tarrant County. Each year, United Way of Tarrant County helps more than 300,000 people through its resources. United Way of Tarrant County has no fees on donor designations, with 100 percent of the donations going to the selected agency or cause.

 

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