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The Where House

2510 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth, TX 76110
Located on the northern tip of South Fort Worth, Where House is the most well-disguised music venue and arts space in town. From the outside, it appears as a boxy, lifeless building, but one step inside and The Where House lives up to its name. This gigantic and literal warehouse is a labyrinth of indoor and outdoor space both gritty and modern. Inside, bands take the stage while art installations or photography stations take place simultaneously. Outside, ivy weaves in and out of the bricks as patrons can sit and watch one of the many trains pass by. Crowds of music and art aficionados flock to Where House Thursday through Sunday for live music and inexpensive drinks.

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