You’ll be Red, White and Blown Away at Fort Worth’s Fourth
Make plans now to celebrate our nation’s independence on and along the Trinity River at Fort Worth’s Fourth! The family-friendly festival will take place July 4 at Panther Island Pavilion. As always, general admission is free along with tubing and an entire kids zone. A favorite addition from last, the event will bring back the option for event patrons to experience the festival in style with VIP tickets. VIP tickets are on sale now and amenities include: prime fireworks and water show views, reserved seating, a shaded lounge area, private bathrooms and a cash bar, VIP parking and more.
The free kid zone will include pony rides, face painting, bounce houses, interactive exhibits, zip lines, levee slide, water slides and more. The celebration will take place all afternoon with family activities, tubing, water shows plus live music from Texas Country artist Gary P. Nunn and high-energy cover band, Party Machine.
“We are proud to be able to provide a free family festival that is available to our entire city,” said TRVA Executive Director, J.D. Granger. “Making sure that everyone can celebrate our nation’s independence together remains a top priority for us,” he said.
Tickets to the VIP area will cost $40 and seating is limited. Tickets sold out quickly last year, we encourage purchasing tickets online in advance. Tickets can be purchased at FortWorthsFourth.com.
Food, soda, water and beer will be for purchase on site. Gates open at 2:00 p.m., live music will be from 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and the largest fireworks show on the Fourth of July in North Teas will begin at approximately 10:00 p.m.
Fort Worth’s Fourth is made possible thanks to presenting sponsors Tarrant Regional Water District, Andrews Distributing, Coors Light and Lockheed Martin. As well as supporting sponsors Tarrant County College, City of Fort Worth, Oncor, Streams & Valleys, Inc., NBC 5, 95.9 The Ranch, 92.1 Hank FM, Telemundo 39, The Star-Telegram and 102.9 NOW. The festival is produced by the Trinity River Vision Authority.