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  • LaGrave Field

    301 NE Sixth St. Fort Worth, TX 76106

  • Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge

    Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge

    1311 Lipscomb St. Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-926-0968 Young Fort Worth professionals and show-goers alike flock to Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge for the bar’s wide selection of craft beers and for its large, theater-style stage. Modern décor, roomy booths and track lighting greet you on one half of the building, while the stage’s giant red curtains slide open for live music and accentuate the 20-foot ceilings on the other side. A huge rooftop patio — more than 1,000 square feet — overlooks the Fort Worth skyline, with surround-sound speakers carrying a live feed of the bands performing inside. More >>

  • Lola

    Lola's Saloon

    2736 W. Sixth St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-877-0666 Since 2008, Lola's Saloon has been one of the top venues in North Texas, arguably the best in Fort Worth. Each week, local and national acts shuffle through the bar, which, perhaps thanks to the name, has a looser, more comfortable feel than its counterparts in Dallas. The décor behind the bar is a mix of thrift-store artifacts and vintage metal signs. The capacity tops out at around 300 and the stage sits only a few feet off the ground, so each show has an intimate feel, especially when acts like Dr. Dog and Fleet Foxes drop in for a show. More >>

  • Luther's Saloon

    2513 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164

  • Maddox-Muse Center

    330 E. Fourth St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • Mambo

    Mambo's Tapas Cantina

    1010 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • McDavid Studio

    McDavid Studio

    301 E. 5th Street Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • The Moon

    The Moon

    2911 W. Berry St. Fort Worth, TX 76111
    817-926-9600 Fort Worth's The Moon bar has been the unofficial hub of Fort Worth's music community for years. The sound system is big enough to fill a room 10 times its size, but the bar's intimate feel is what keeps it abuzz during weekend performances from Fort Worth's biggest local acts. That also might explain why the black leather chairs at the bar are all but worn through after years of patronage from musicians and students at the adjacent Texas Christian University campus. But music isn't the only reason people go to The Moon. On weeknights, the bar has cheap drink specials and routinely shows games on the pull-down screen. More >>

  • Mosaic Fort Worth

    3730 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • The Mule Barn

    218 Highway 156 S. Justin, TX 76247

  • Nicholas Martin Hall

    1309 Wesleyan St. Fort Worth, TX 76105

  • NOS Bar

    NOS Bar

    240 W. Main St. Azle, TX 76020
    817-886-7966 After a 2012 relocation to Azle from Fort Worth, Nos Bar has been trying to find its footing. The quaint bar has a small-town sensibility to it that some find endearing. A couple of beers on tap, one pool table and a small carpeted stage in the corner are all they need to be happy at Nos Bar. Live music — usually country — permeates the little building on the weekends, while the week is left quiet for the old storytellers, men who frequent the bar and perch on one of the many squeaky barstools, chain-smoking Marlboro Reds. Nos Bar takes you back to a simpler time straight out of a Louis L'Amour novel. More >>

  • OK Corral

    4200 S. Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76115

  • Orchestra Hall

    4401 Trail Lake Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-923-3121 parking lot entrance on Granbury Road. More >>

  • Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    6463 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76112
    817-446-9010 Hopeful regulars chant the name of their favorite drinks as a wheel labeled with specials spins to a halt, selecting a new beer or shot special every half hour. With a corrugated metal ceiling and desert motif, complete with stuffed ram heads, The Rabbit exudes a young, cowboy rockabilly vibe mixed with a smattering of JFK. That's because Lee Harvey Oswald resides in a cemetery nearby, and the bar took its name from Oswald's call sign in the Army, "Ozzie Rabbit." The bar features a rolling happy hour and a great jukebox, a huge back patio and a smokes-and-snacks vending machine. Good for a cheap laugh, the bathrooms are labeled as cocks and beavers. More >>

  • Panther Island Pavilion

    Panther Island Pavilion

    1098 W. Peach St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • Pearl

    Pearl's Dancehall and Saloon

    302 W. Exchange Fort Worth, TX 76106

  • The Pour House Sports Grill

    The Pour House Sports Grill

    209 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-335-2575 Most pay-per-view events plus all NFL and NBA packages play on 41 plasmas and two big-screens in this huge sports bar. Boasting more than 100 bottled beers and 140 styles of liquor, The Pour House also hosts live bands Friday and Saturday and offers a mixed menu ranging from nachos to rib-eyes for lunch and dinner. Next door, The Garage at Pour House changes gears a bit with a dance lounge featuring LED lighting at the bar and in the VIP area. You could say it's the classier side of the joint, complete with bottle service, a dance space and DJ booth. More >>

  • The Rail Club

    The Rail Club

    3101 Joyce Drive Fort Worth, TX 76116-5114
    817-560-7245 One of DFW's only exclusively metal and hard rock music venues is just off of Highway 30 in Fort Worth. On the large, raised stage (with a gated metal perimeter) is where you will see dozens of North Texas' hard rock bands each month. The cover charge is always reasonable, and if you're not that into the music, five pool tables sit on the opposite side of the venue to entertain you. Multiple bars and an upstairs balcony accommodate hundreds of metalheads, punk rockers and show-goers young and old. If you're sensitive to cigarette smoke, this isn't the place for you, as clouds of smoke billow into the air from every corner, including the small mosh pits that inevitably break out. More >>

  • The Ridglea Theater

    6025 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116
    817-738-9500 Closed for renovations until September 18, 2012. More >>

  • Ridglea Theatre

    6025 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Rodeo Exchange

    Rodeo Exchange

    221 W. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164-8143
    817-626-0181 In the stockyard tradition, it's a good ol' country bar with a dance floor and stage offering live country music on weekends and a place to post up for a cold beer during the week. Tuesday and Wednesday nights, a crowd of regulars with a smattering of tourists comes for the free dance lessons (the shuffle and swing) and stay for the cheap beer. Exposed brick behind the bar, two pool tables and beer ads covering the walls make up a smaller version of the typical Texas honky-tonk, housing country stars from Toby Keith to Tanya Tucker since 1989. More >>

  • Roxy's Bar & Grill

    8407 26 Fort Worth, TX 76180

  • Scat Jazz Lounge

    Scat Jazz Lounge

    111 W. Fourth St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-870-9100 Capturing the speakeasy spirit with classic handcrafted cocktails and an underground appeal accessible by elevator, Scat Jazz Lounge, hidden in an alley off 4th Street, is the only jazz bar downtown. It aspires to be world-class and old-school while also maintaining a hip and intimate feel. Lighting and textures are soft, and menu offerings are limited to light finger foods so there's no clink and clank of dinner clamor to compete with the music. Open six nights a week, Scat attracts an after-dinner crowd. More >>

  • Silverado Room

    Silverado Room

    2509 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106

    Which came first, the Neon Moon Saloon in the Stockyards or the song of the same name by Brooks & Dunn? Either way, you should know what you're getting into: cowboy hats, a mechanical bull and cheap beer. The saloon is right across from Billy Bob's and is basically the same place minus the big country acts, and without all the frills -- except the mechanical bull, of course. Neon Moon is actually two bars in one: the nightclub and the not-as-dimly-lit Silverado room, where there's a stage for karaoke and live music. More >>

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