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  • 1919 Hemphill

    1919 Hemphill

    1919 Hemphill St. Fort Worth, TX 76110
    628-233-5349

    http://www.1919hemphill.org Arguably Fort Worth's most DIY music venue, 1919 Hemphill sits in one of the city's more neglected neighborhoods, which locals call "Near South Side." The warehouse-type space is a success among DFW's artsy co-op venues, and has been since 2002. The two-story building is run by an organization of volunteers who throw shows featuring local musicians and artists, and often Fort Worth punk acts. A large seating area on the first floor holds ratty couches and political reading material, while the walls shout inspirational phrases and 1919 Hemphill's venue rules, which include "no booze, no drugs, no jerks." (Because the venue draws a lot of 18-and-unders, it doesn't serve or permit alcohol.) The venue also features a "free store" for the homeless to gather clothing or shoes, and a small "library" on one side of the building, where people can check out books or play sheet music on the organ in the corner. Upstairs, bands play to people sitting on school bleachers or kids flailing around in a mosh pit. Cupcakes and cookies are dropped off frequently by volunteers or local diners, and the lanky teenagers and twentysomethings happily devour them. More >>

  • Aardvark

    Aardvark

    2905 W. Berry St. Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-926-7814

    http://www.the-aardvark.com Located around the corner from Texas Christian University, it's no surprise this rock club has Greek appeal. But housed in the same historic strip that was home to The Hop and Rail, it books the best locals in the Golden Triangle, plus the occasional road show. More >>

  • Bass Performance Hall

    Bass Performance Hall

    525 Commerce St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-212-4280

    http://www.basshall.com Since when did downtown Fort Worth become a European transport? When the Bass Hall opened. This uniquely beautiful concert hall is like nothing else in Dallas or Fort Worth. With five levels of seating, be cautious not to sit too high in the sky (painted ceiling) or you might be airsick. More >>

  • Billy Bob

    Billy Bob's Texas

    2520 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-7117

    http://www.billybobstexas.com Two-step through this enormous venue and see everything from the legendary to the unknown in country music. Western shirt optional, but the Western fare is recommended. Show up Thursday and Sunday nights for dance lessons. More >>

  • Buffalo Bros

    Buffalo Bros

    3015 S. University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-386-9601

    http://www.buffalobrostexas.com Buffalo Bros is a TCU neighborhood hangout. We are located just off the TCU college campus on South University drive. Buffalo Bros was established to bring an authentic taste and flavors of Buffalo, NY to Fort Worth. Buffalo, NY is known as the City of Good Neighbors due to its friendly citizens, inviting restaurants, bars and lifestyle. Buffalonians are fanatic about their local unique cuisine. We proudly feature this cuisine, which includes Wings (done the right way), Beef on Weck, Sahlen Hot Dogs, Bison French Onion Chip Dip, Weber’s Horseradish Mustard, Loganberry and Birch Beer. At Buffalo Bros, we take great pride in having friendly and courteous staff to introduce you to the spirit of Buffalo Good Neighbors. Buffalo Bros caters to the TCU sports fan by offering 22 HD TV’s and every sports package that Direct TV offers. We proudly display any TCU sporting event or any major sporting event on as many of those TV’s as possible. At Buffalo Bros we offer a place where students, alumni, friends, and neighborhood families all come together for great food and service in a fun atmosphere which is perfect for any occasion. More >>

  • Cendera Center

    Cendera Center

    3600 Benbrook Hwy Fort Worth, TX 76116
    817-984-6800

    http://www.cenderacenter.com/

  • Cowtown Bowling Palace

    4333 River Oaks Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76114
    817-624-2151

    http://www.cowtownbowling.com

  • Cowtown Opry

    131 E. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-366-9675

    http://www.cowtownopry.org

  • The Door Fort Worth

    2521 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-624-6736

    http://www.thedoorclubs.com The sister club to the Deep Ellum original offers local kids, teens and adults a chance to see Christian rock groups other than in their church or a coffeehouse. (Non-Christian bands do play here as well.) A single large room with a stage in front, a non-alcoholic bar in back and that's about it. More >>

  • Eagle's Nest Sports Grill

    8455 Boat Club Road Fort Worth, TX 76179
    817-236-8881

    http://www.eaglesnestsportsgrill.com

  • Ed Landreth Auditorium

    2800 S. University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129-0001
    817-257-7602

    http://www.music.tcu.edu/

  • Ernest Tubb Record Shop No. 6

    Ernest Tubb Record Shop No. 6

    140 E.Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-624-8449

  • Facetime Studios

    2622 N. Edgewood Terrace Fort Worth, TX 76103
    817-413-3800

  • Fifth Street Coffeehouse

    800 W. Fifth St. Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-339-3887

    http://www.centerforcreativetransformation.com/fifth_street_coffeehouse.html

  • Filthy McNasty

    Filthy McNasty's Saloon

    114 W. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-368-0170

  • The Finish Line Club

    12037 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. Aledo, TX 76008
    817-244-9966

    http://www.thefinishlineclub.com

  • Fort Worth Convention Center Arena

    1201Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-884-2222

    http://www.meetinfortworth.com/fort-worth-convention-center As far as convention centers go, if you've seen one, you've seen them all. This goes for the largest concert venue in Fort Worth. A semi-circular arena provides room for 14,000 fans and, well, room for 14,000 fans. More >>

  • Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo

    3400 Burnett Tandy Drive Fort Worth, TX 76107-3056
    817-877-2400

    http://www.fwssr.com/

  • Frankie's Sports Bar and Grill

    425 W. 3rd St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-870-9092

  • Fred's Texas Cafe (North)

    2730 Western Center Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76131
    817-232-0111

  • The Horseman Club

    The Horseman Club

    4750 Bryant Irvin Road Fort Worth, TX 76132
    817-361-6161

    http://www.thehorsemanclub.com Two-steppin' under strobe lights in a cavernous, concrete-floored interior, college kids and an older regular crowd come out for live country music on Friday nights and $2 wells and domestics until 9 p.m. every day. With a raised lounge and game area, three bars and a wooden honky-tonk dance floor, The Horseman is music venue, pool hall and Texas dive all in one. Thursday night is Ladies Night, Wednesday features $3 you-call-its and Saturday is DJ night, with free entry from 7 to 9 p.m. More >>

  • J & J Blues Bar

    937 Woodward St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-870-2337

    http://www.jjbluesbar.com Occasionally strays into other genres, but J & J"s is still a slice of blues heaven. Because of the music? Yeah, sure. They bring in some pretty swell national and regional gee-tar slingers, along with jam night Sundays. Or because of the cheap drinks and free parking? Trust us, they know what side gets the butter; check out the phone number. More >>

  • Jazz Cafe

    2504 Montgomery St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-737-0043

  • Jefferson Freedom Cafe

    1959 Sandy Lane Fort Worth, TX 76112
    817-424-2727

    http://www.jeffersonfreedomcafe.org Consider this the Fort Worth branch of the venerable Uncle Calvin"s Coffeehouse: family-friendly, largely acoustic and housed in a church. Shows happen on the third Saturday of every month. More >>

  • Keys Lounge

    Keys Lounge

    5677 Westcreek Drive Fort Worth, TX 76133
    817-292-8627

    http://www.keyslounge.com Though it's changed owners multiple times, Keys has been up and running strong since the late 1970s. It's the hole-in-the-wall blues bar always stocked with neighborhood regulars who come for cheap beer and good tunes. Currently musician-owned and -run, Keys boasts that it showcases the best talent in Fort Worth, mostly blues with occasional rock or jazz. From the Monday night acoustic session, to the Thursday through Sunday open jam, every night of the week features some type of live music. Happy hour runs daily from opening to 8 p.m. With a stage, lounge-style tables and a disco-ball dance floor, Keys operates mainly as a music venue, but offers pool in the back room as well. More >>

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