Calling all wine lovers! This Wine Festival at Panther Island is one of the largest wine events in Texas, so you won’t want to miss it. Over 30 Texas wineries will be there performing tastings throughout the day. If you prefer beer, there will also be a few local breweries at the event who you can buy craft beer from.
In addition to wine tastings, this festival will also have arts and crafts vendors, a silent auction, food, and live music. Tickets cost $45 and include admission to both days of the event, plus two tastings from each winery. You can also get VIP tickets that include admission to a special VIP dinner and the silent auction for $140.
Whether you want a fun family day out or you want to drink it up with your friends, there’s plenty of events in Fort Worth this St. Patrick’s Day for everyone. We’ve created a list with a variety of different events for every type of St. Patrick’s Day celebrator.
All events take place on St. Patrick’s Day Saturday March 14th, 2020 unless otherwise noted.
Join Mansfield’s 8th annual Pickle Parade! There will be plenty of fun floats, a pet parade, a baby parade, keg races, live music, a fun run, activities for the whole family and of course, the iconic Pickle Queens. This is a 2-day event from March 13-14.
Head over to the Stockyards this St. Patty’s Day and enjoy all-day family fun including cattle drives, food trucks, an Irish-Western parade, pony rides, face painting, live music, and more!
So whether you want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a day full of family fun or you want to be drunk by 11:00am, there’s plenty of events for you to choose from. Have fun, be responsible, and don’t forget to comment which event you are most excited for!
This run at the Fort Worth Zoo is going to be a blast. Participants are encouraged to show up dressed as their favorite zoo animal, so make sure you get a costume you can run in!
This race will have both a timed and untimed 5K, plus a 1K fun run for people who don’t want to compete. At the end of the 5K, prizes will be given out to the runners with the fastest times, the largest school group, and the largest team.
Your tickets for the race will benefit the zoo and allow it to continue its conservation work. Tickets cost $28 if you get them before March 20th, and $33 if you buy them before race day.