This Fort Worth Haunted House Was Named “#1 Best Haunted Attraction” 0 346

USA Today named this Fort Worth haunted house the number one best haunted attraction in the country!

If you’re up for a frighteningly fun experience, you can try the nation’s “best haunted attraction – Fort Worth’s Cutting Edge Haunted House. The haunted house is located in a century-old abandoned meat-packing factory. Sometimes called “Hell’s Half Acre”, this haunted house will surely make your skin crawl in the best ways possible The place is vast and filled with zombies, ghosts, and monsters. It is even listed in the 2009 Guinness World Records as the largest haunted house in the world. It takes an average of about 55-minute to go through the entire haunted house to come prepared (and with an empty bladder – for multiple reasons).

When: Friday, Oct. 29- Sunday, Oct. 31 & Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021

  • 7:00PM-12:30AM Fridays & Saturdays
  • 8:00PM-10:00PM on Sunday (Halloween)

Where: 1701 E. Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth TX 76102

Cost: Timed Tickets are $48+$5.50 service fee & Speedpass Tickets are $65+$5.50 service fee

  • To buy tickets and/or check available dates, click here.
  • Group tickets are available at a discounted price (15 ticket min)
  • Tickets must be purchased online. No on-site ticket sales as you must reserve a time slot.

For more information click here

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America Strong Fourth of July Symphony Concert at Dickies Arena – July 4, 2021 0 726

hand holding a sparkler in front of an American flag

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.”

Adventures in Color Concert & Color Festival – May 15, 2021 0 849

a smoke of rainbow colors in front of a white background

Adventures in Color is a multimedia performance by the Singing Girls of Texas that explores music as a visual and performance art. The Adventures in Color concert and Color Festival (where the concert will be performed) is sure to be a visionary delight whether seen online or socially distanced in person.

Each piece that will be performed was carefully hand-selected for its connections to different colors. The audience (online and in-person) will be able to feel these come alive as the student-led groups have worked tirelessly to develop an imaginative visual concept to go along with each musical piece.

 

When: Sat, May 15, 2021, 7PM-9PM

Where: Online & In-Person

Online: ArtsAcademics.org/LIVE

In-person address: Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts

3901 South Hulen Street

Fort Worth, TX 76109

Cost: $0-$20

Streaming access: FREE

Picnic Pod: $20

Lawn Chair Pod: $20

To get tickets or for more information click here.

COVID-19 Precautions: “Current plans are to enforce social distancing masks will be mandatory. We ask that you stay in your designated seat or pod while mask is removed for eating/drinking.”