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If you can’t wait for the holiday season to start, then you should come to this holiday gift market in October!

The Junior League of Fort Worth is putting on this Christmas themed market to raise money for local charities. You can feel good shopping at this holiday market knowing that your purchases are helping your community! There will be more than 200 vendors there across different categories such as home decor, jewelry, gourmet food, and children’s clothing. There’s truly something for everyone at this market, so it’s a great place to purchase gifts!

Tickets cost $12 each and get you admission to the event. There will also be a kickoff party the night before the market opens. You’ll get to shop, drink cocktails at an open bar, and enjoy tastings from local restaurants. Tickets for that event cost $100 each. Get them before they sell out!

When: October 10th to October 13th

Where: Will Rogers Memorial Center

3401 W. Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas

More information: juniorleaguefw.org

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WWE Money In The Bank at Dickies Arena – July 18, 2021 0 1486

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WWE is officially on the road again and along it’s 25-city tour (3 in Texas), it is making a stop in Fort Worth at Dickies Arena this July 2021. For full details, look below.

Dickies Arena was set to host WWE’s Monday Night Raw in March 2020 but the pandemic forced the show to relocate but now, WWE is back again. The tour will officially kick off July 16 in Houston with a Friday Night Smackdown before heading to Fort Worth July 18 then followed by Dallas on July 19. You’ll be able to see your favorite Raw and Smackdown Superstars compete for the Money in the Bank contract. WWE also announced Wrestlmania 38 in Arlington next April 2022 so be on the lookout for the official date early next year.

 

What: WWE Money In The Bank Tour
When: July 18, 2021
Doors open at 5:30PM & start time at 6:30PM
Where: Dickies Arena, 1911 Montgomery St, Fort Worth, TX 76107
or pay-per-view TV
Price: $29-$500+
Get tickets here.

 

COVID-19 guidelines from Dickies Arena:

“Face coverings are REQUIRED to be worn inside of Dickies Arena. Guests are expected to provide their own face covering…TDMC’s already high standards of cleanliness have been enhanced to provide the safest experience for all who visit Dickies Arena. These guidelines will be reviewed regularly by the TDMC Health Protocol Committee, and will be updated as necessary.”

America Strong Fourth of July Symphony Concert at Dickies Arena – July 4, 2021 0 778

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In-person and online viewings available.

No doubt this past year has been tough. The Fort Worth Symphony is giving an ode to the country’s perseverance by hosting a one-night virtually and socially distanced performance at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth. People can tune in live on WFAA on Channel 8 or go buy tickets to go in person. Either way, you’ll be able to enjoy the beautiful masterpieces played by the talented Fort Worth Symphony.

When: Sunday, July 4, 2021, starting at 7:30PM

Where: In-person and on TV

      In-person: Dickies Arena, 1911 Montgomery St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

      Broadcast: WFAA on Channel 8 (check local listings)

Cost: $0-$37

To buy tickets, click here

More information: http://dickiesarena.com/fort-worth-symphony-orchestra-to-celebrate-245-years-of-america-in-patriotic-fourth-of-july-concert/

 

COVID-19 precations directly from the Fort Worth Symphony: “In an effort to keep all musicians, staff and patrons healthy and safe, the FWSO will implement the same guidelines it has enforced throughout its 2020-2021 season for the America Strong concert. Patrons will be required to wear masks throughout the performance, social distancing protocols will be enforced, and tickets will only be available on mobile devices.”