Save the Date! Scarborough Renaissance Festival

Save the Date! Scarborough Renaissance Festival

Scarborough Renaissance Festival’s 42nd Season is Scheduled for April 8th – May 29th 

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Save the Date! Scarborough Renaissance Festival’s 42nd season is scheduled to open Saturday, April 8, 2023 with opening weekend offering Kids 12 & Under Free (up to 3 kids 12 & under get in free with each paid adult), $10 Discount at the gate for Seniors (seniors 65+), and Easter Celebrations.

The Festival will run eight consecutive weeks: Saturdays and Sundays April 8th – May 28th and will close out the season on Memorial Day Monday, May 29th.

Scarborough Renaissance Festival® will welcome back many Festival favorites while also introducing exciting new performers and new artisans featured in the Artisan Marketplace’s 200+ shoppes. Each weekend has a different theme and a variety of Special Events that will include the all-new “Royal Wedding” April 15th & 16th, Live the Fantasy Weekend April 29th & 30th, the ever-popular Celtic Weekend May 6th & 7th, and others.

Single day tickets for the 2023 season will be $37 at the gate for Adults (13+) and $17 for Kids (5-12) and Kids 4 & under are always Free. Advance discount tickets are available now at www.SRFestival.com. Beginning April 1st single day discount tickets will also be available at North Texas Tom Thumb & Albertsons stores.

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Scarborough Renaissance Festival® is interactive fun for everyone, 16th Century style! Here you will discover our 35-acre recreation of a 16th Century English village celebrating the visit of King Henry VIII and his new bride, Katherine Parr (number 6 for those who are counting), their royal court, and guests with a festival of entertainment, artisans, food, magic, and merriment! Join in the fun in the “Village of Scarborough”!

Enjoy full combat jousting and birds of prey exhibitions, a Mermaid Lagoon, 20+ stages of non-stop Renaissance entertainment and the 125+ member performing company. Discover the amazing Artisan’s Marketplace with 200+ shoppes of exquisite crafts and incredible artisan demonstrations. Experience Knighting Ceremonies, Combat Competitions, the Grande Parade, daily Wine & Beer Tasting events, Themed Weekends, and so much more.

Located in Waxahachie, Texas, Scarborough Renaissance Festival® is just 30 minutes south of the downtowns of Dallas and Fort Worth off I-35E and one hour North of Waco. Scarborough Renaissance Festival® is sponsored by Dr Pepper and Tom Thumb & Albertsons.

For more information visit www.SRFestival.com or follow us on Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, & Twitter (SRFestival) or on Instagram (theSRFestival).

FWSO Announces 2023–2024 Season

FWSO Announces 2023–2024 Season

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Announces 2023–2024 Season and Contract Extension for Music Director Robert Spano

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra announces the 2023–2024 season programming for the Symphonic, Pops, Chamber, Meet the Artist, and Family Series, five special one-night-only concerts, and a Gala Concert performance featuring Renée Fleming. Music Director Robert Spano has also agreed to an extension of his contract and will remain in his position with the organization through the 2027–2028 season.

The 2023-2024 season boasts a Symphonic Series with the majority of performances being led by Music Director Robert Spano and Principal Guest Conductor Kevin John Edusei. The FWSO has adjusted programming to create the orchestral experience Greater Fort Worth is seeking across our different series including the Pops, Family, Chamber, and Specials. Additionally, there will be collaborations with other arts organizations and local institutions including the Dallas Black Dance Theatre, International Trombone Festival, and Texas Christian University. 

“Music and culture are integral to the foundation of any thriving city and Fort Worth is an exemplary beacon of that truth. On behalf of the board, we are honored to have Music Director Robert Spano and President and CEO Keith Cerny, Ph.D. at the helm of a leadership team filled with strong artistic and business minds,” said Mrs. Mercedes T. Bass, Chairman of the Board. “The 2023–2024 season will prove to be artistically gratifying for audiences throughout Greater Fort Worth with an all-star lineup of guest artists, collaborations with local performing arts organizations, and our relentless pursuit of excellence through symphonic music.”

“It is with great excitement that we announce the 2023-24 season at FWSO, with the return of luminaries such as Edo de Waart and our own Kevin Edusei, and debuts of dynamic conductors and soloists in repertoire that spans continents and centuries. We feel every program is not to be missed,” said Music Director Robert Spano.

“As we announce the FWSO’s 2023-24 season, I know that our acclaimed Music Director Robert Spano is as excited as I am about the extraordinary range of gifted artists and collaborations we will be presenting,” said President and CEO Keith Cerny, Ph.D. “When we announced the 2022-23 season, we set ourselves a very high bar, but I feel confident we have exceeded it for the upcoming year!  I know our patrons will enjoy our guest artists, special programs, and innovative Theater of a Concert projects.”

Symphonic Season Overview

During the 2023–2024 season, the FWSO will perform twelve Symphonic Series concerts.

Featured soloists include Yunchan Lim, piano; DJ Cheek, viola; Andreas Haefliger, piano; Dallas Black Dance Theatre; Jennifer Corning Lucio, oboe; Joyce Yang, piano; Karita Mattila, soprano; Brandon Jovanovich, tenor; Raymond Aceto, bass; Stephen Waarts, violin; Lukáš Vondráček, piano; Peter Steiner, trombone; Constanze Hochwartner, piano.

Guest conductors include Anna Skryleva, Anne Manson, Edo de Waart, and Tomáš Netopil. 

September 8–10, 2023: Cliburn Competition’s Gold Medalist: Schumann and Brahms Season Opening Weekend! Robert Spano, conductor; Yunchan Lim, piano; (BRAHMS: Academic Festival Overture; SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto; BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4)

Once every four years, the Van Cliburn competition pits pianists from around the world against one another in one of classical music’s most prestigious competitions. To open the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s new season, gold medalist Yunchan Lim returns to Cowtown to deliver Schumann’s rapturous Piano Concerto, a work of rare sensitivity and appeal. FWSO Music Director Robert Spano also conducts Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 as well as the composer’s Academic Festival Overture, written as a thank-you for an honorary degree.

October 20–22, 2023: Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky: Robert Spano, conductor; Old Trout Puppet Workshop (TCHAIKOVSKY: Nutcracker Act II; PROKOFIEV: Peter and the Wolf)

Canadian touring group Old Trout Puppet Workshop visits to bring Prokofiev’s colorful Peter and the Wolf to life with large-scale puppetry while the orchestra performs the score. Yep, that means puppet Peter, puppet bird, puppet wolf, and the rest. To open the concert, FWSO Music Director Robert Spano will lead the orchestra in another magical children’s tale: the second act of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker ballet with its striking character dances.

November 3–5, 2023: The FWSO’s DJ Cheek: Bartók and Rachmaninoff: Anna Skryleva, conductor; DJ Cheek, viola; (BARTÓK: Hungarian Sketches; BARTÓK: Viola Concerto; RACHMANINOFF: Symphonic Dances)

Principal Violist DJ Cheek, appointed in 2021, moves to the front of the stage for Bartók’s final composition, his Viola Concerto. That work launches with a pontificating viola solo in dialogue that quickly evolves into a prismatic exploration of musical color. Russian conductor Anna Skryleva returns to Fort Worth for this program, which also features Bartók’s folk music-inspired Hungarian Sketches and Rachmaninoff’s quick-stepping Symphonic Dances.

November 17–19, 2023: Mermaids from Zemlinsky and Brahms: Kevin John Edusei, conductor; Andreas Haefliger, piano; (ZEMLINSKY: The Mermaid; BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 2)

Zemlinsky’s The Mermaid was inspired by the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale, and the music bubbles along with cheer and pathos. But there’s more to the story: Zemlinsky wrote the piece after suffering a heartbreak when his paramour left him for another composer, and the score was thought to be long lost. A pair of British music sleuths tracked down the work, however. The evening concludes with Brahms’ second piano concerto, which he described as a “very small piano concerto with a very small and pretty scherzo.”

January 5–7, 2024: Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the FWSO: Mozart and Stravinsky Robert Spano, conductor; Dallas Black Dance Theatre; (MOZART: Overture to The Magic Flute; MOZART: Symphony No. 41 (Jupiter); STRAVINSKY: Petrushka)

Founded in 1976, Dallas Black Dance Theatre has performed for more than four million people worldwide. Be there when they partner with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Robert Spano in Bass Performance Hall for Stravinsky’s Petrushka Suite, a balletic take on the story of Punch and Judy fame, with its whirling, folk-inspired melodies and high-stepping harmonies. Also on the program are a pair of Mozartian gems, the Overture from The Magic Flute, as well as the esteemed Jupiter symphony.

• January 26–28, 2024: Edusei conducts Mahler’s Seventh Kevin John Edusei, conductor (MAHLER: Symphony No. 7)

Hailed for his “tasteful restraint and explosive energy” by The Guardian, German conductor Kevin John Edusei’s star is on a meteoric rise. In January, he returns to Fort Worth for a single work, Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 7, a symphony of such towering majesty that it demands a program all to itself. The symphony traces a day’s journey from dawn to dusk, from the “religious vision” of the first movement through the snarling, biting scherzo and boisterous C Major conclusion.

March 1–3, 2024: The FWSO’s Jennifer Corning Lucio: Beethoven, Vaughan Williams, and Carlos Simon: Anne Manson, conductor; Jennifer Corning Lucio, oboe (SIMON: Amen; VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Oboe Concerto; BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7)

Beethoven’s seventh symphony has been called the “Apotheosis of the Dance.” Renowned conductor Anne Manson teams up with FWSO’s principal oboist Jennifer Corning Lucio for Ralph Vaughan Williams’ haunting Oboe Concerto, a work in which each movement ends as it began. The orchestra completes the program with a recent work by Carlos Simon, composer-in-residence at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

March 15–17, 2024: Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto and the Fifth Symphony: Edo de Waart, conductor; Joyce Yang, piano (TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No. 1; TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 5)

International Record Review called star pianist Joyce Yang’s take on Tchaikovsky’s first piano concerto “hugely enjoyable, beautifully shaped … a performance that marks her out as an enormous talent.” Now, the Grammy-nominated artist is bringing that thrilling interpretation of a concerto once thought to be unplayable to Bass Performance Hall. Dutch conductor Edo de Waart joins the orchestra for an all-Tchaikovsky program that pairs the concerto with Symphony No. 5 and its famous opening “fate” motif.

April 19–21, 2024: Wagner’s Die Walküre and Sibelius’ Sixth: Robert Spano, conductor; Karita Mattila, soprano; Brandon Jovanovich, tenor; Raymond Aceto, bass; James Robinson, stage director (SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 6; WAGNER: Die Walküre Act 1)

Die Walküre is the second of Wagner’s four-opera Ring Cycle. The first act narrates the tale of a forbidden romance with Wagnerian grandeur and themes that call the cycle’s other operas and characters to mind. FWSO Music Director Robert Spano leads the orchestra and star vocalists in a special concert version of this act, preceded by Sibelius’ Symphony No. 6, which the composer poetically described as “cold spring water” and the “scent of first snow.” 

May 3–5, 2024: Beethoven’s Violin Concerto: Beethoven and Shostakovich: Robert Spano, conductor; Stephen Waarts, violin (BEETHOVEN: Egmont Overture; BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto; SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 5)

When Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 premiered in Leningrad, listeners gave an ovation that lasted longer than half an hour, catapulting this gripping, emotional work to immediate and lasting success. It’s one of the few works to unite both critics and the public in their positive opinions. To open the concert, Beethoven’s Egmont Overture suggests societal unease in its churning rhythms before five famous knocking notes open Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. Youthful violinist Stephen Waarts takes to the stage for this staple of violin repertoire while FWSO Music Director Robert Spano helms the orchestra.

May 24–26, 2024: Dvořák’s Eighth: Dvořák and Chopin: Tomáš Netopil, conductor; Lukáš Vondráček, piano (DVOŘÁK: Slavonic Dance No. 1; CHOPIN: Piano Concerto No. 1; DVOŘÁK : Symphony No. 8)

While writing his masterful eighth symphony, Czech Dvořák told a friend that “melodies simply pour out of me.” Indeed, this symphony is perhaps Dvořák’s most melodic, from the rhapsodic first movement to the electrifying finale. Czech conductor Tomáš Netopil has paired the symphony alongside Dvořák’s lively Slavonic Dance No. 1, originally composed as piano duets to earn some cash early on in his career. Finally, pianist Lukáš Vondráček takes to the stage for Czech-tutored composer Chopin’s first piano concerto, written at the tender age of 20.

May 31– June 2, 2024: Season Finale: Jennifer Higdon, Kevin Day, and Mahler 5: Robert Spano, conductor; Peter Steiner, trombone; Constanze Hochwartner, piano (DAY: Double Concerto for Trombone and Piano; HIGDON: Low Brass Concerto; MAHLER: Symphony No. 5)

In partnership with the International Trombone Festival and Texas Christian University, The FWSO’s season finale goes out with a blast, spotlighting the brass instruments of the orchestra. Music Director Robert Spano will lead the ensemble in a brand-new double concerto for trombone and piano by Texas Christian University alumnus Kevin Day as well as Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon’s uniquely imaginative Low Brass Concerto. For the big finish: Mahler’s Symphony No. 5.

Pops Season Overview

The 2023–2024 Pops Series programming will contain 6 concert weekends with a variety of music including film scores, and popular genres. Our annual “Home for the Holidays” performance will be led by Assistant Conductor Taichi Fukumura. All performances will take place at Bass Performance Hall.

• September 1–3, 2023: Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles: Albert-George Schram, conductor

The only tribute show to have ever received “Official Authorization” to perform the Eagles catalog of music, Hotel California will perform the Eagles’ greatest hits.

November 10–11, 2023: Bond and Beyond: Taichi Fukumura, conductor; Morgan James, soprano

Beginning with Bond’s own theme, this program will feature music from different crime thrillers in the James Bond franchise as well as hits from Mission: Impossible, The Incredibles, Pink Panther, and more.

November 24–26, 2023: Home for the Holidays: Taichi Fukumura, conductor

A classic Fort Worth tradition featuring seasonal tunes for the holidays.

January 19–20, 2024: Elton John and Billy Joel Tribute: Ron Spigelman, conductor; Michael Cavanaugh, vocalist

This tribute to both Billy Joel and Elton John will feature hits including “Bennie and the Jets,” “Just the Way You Are,” “Tiny Dancer,” “Rocket Man,” “Uptown Girl,” and more.

March 8–10, 2024: John Williams Celebration: Richard Kaufman, conductor

This tribute to Williams includes music from Hook, Superman, Schindler’s List, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and more.

April 26–28, 2024: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back: Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor

As Imperial Forces launch an all-out attack on the Rebel Alliance, Han Solo and Princess Leia flee to Cloud City where they are captured by Darth Vader. Luke Skywalker journeys to the mysterious, marshy planet of Dagobah, where the wise Jedi Master Yoda teaches the young hero the ways of the Force. Presentation licensed by Disney Concerts.

Chamber Series Overview

The 2023–2024 Chamber Series at the Kimbell Art Museum features three performances showcasing the exceptional talent of FWSO musicians in the intimate Renzo Piano Pavilion. 

October 29, 2023, at 3:00 PM: Buddy Bray and Keith Cerny: Keith Cerny, piano; Buddy Bray, piano (featuring Bartók Sonata for 2 Pianos and Percussion and Mozart Quintet in G minor K. 516)

The FWSO’s Principal Keyboard, Shields-Collins “Buddy” Bray, needed a duet partner, and he found one in the ensemble’s President and CEO. Together, Cerny and Bray will tackle Bartók’s fiendish Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Next, musicians from the orchestra perform Mozart’s G minor quintet — a string quartet plus an extra viola — in which three dark, serious movements resolve in one of Mozart’s frothiest finales.

February 11, 2024, at 3:00 PM: Hidden Gems: Music by Mozart, Carter, Böhme, McKee, and Britten: FWSO musicians (featuring Overture to The Magic Flute, Britten Phantasy Oboe Quartet, Böhme Sextet, Carter Sonata for Piano and Cello, and McKee Vuelta del Juego)

Mozart composed his opera, The Magic Flute, as an allegory for the Masonic initiation. In this program, FWSO brass deliver a bright arrangement of the opera’s Overture as well as offerings by composers Oskar Böhme and Kevin McKee. Also on the program are Elliot Carter’s grave Sonata for Piano and Cello and one of Britten’s first published works, the rarely heard Phantasy Oboe Quartet.

May 14, 2023, at 3:00 PM: Piano Stampede!: Robert Spano, piano; FWSO musicians and Guests (featuring Saint-Saëns’ Danse macabre for two pianos, eight hands, and George Crumb’s Celestial Mechanics)

One piano, two pianos, four hands duets, eight hands quartets — this concert has it all. FWSO Music Director Robert Spano and his long-time collaborator Pedja Mužijević, along with pianist Shields-Collins “Buddy” Bray, and FWSO’s President and CEO Keith Cerny command the stage. See them stampede the keys with a dozen high-energy works for multiple pianists by composers ranging from Bach to John Cage and Schumann to George Crumb, with favorites like Saint-Saëns’ Danse macabre for two pianos, eight hands, and Crumb’s Celestial Mechanics anchoring the program.

Meet the Artist Series Overview

Formerly known as Meet the Composer, Meet the Artist offers an expansion on the original concept by including Artistic Directors, dancers, and composers at the Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum. This is an opportunity for listeners to learn more about the many contributors to a “Theater of a Concert” concept.

• Thursday, October 19, 2023: The Old Trout Puppet Workshop featuring the Co-Artistic Directors Pete Balkwill, Pityu Kenderes, and Judd Palmer

Canadian touring group Old Trout Puppet Workshop will discuss how they will bring Prokofiev’s colorful Peter and the Wolf to life with large-scale puppetry while the orchestra performs the score on the Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky performances on October 20–22, 2023 led by conductor Robert Spano.

• Thursday, January 4, 2024: Dallas Black Dance Theatre featuring conversations with Melissa Young and Sean Smith

Artistic Director Melissa Young and Dancer/Co-Rehearsal Director Sean Smith discuss how the Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will bring this collaboration to life through the choreography of Stravinsky’s Petrushka Suite.

• Thursday, May 30, 2024: Composer Jennifer Higdon 

Jennifer Higdon discusses her Low Brass Concerto which is featured on a program that showcases brass instruments in each piece on the program as part of the 2024 International Trombone Festival hosted in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Family Series Overview

The 2023–2024 Family Series provides a one-hour-long concert at 11:00 AM on Saturday to introduce children who may not be ready for a full concert to age-appropriate, symphonic music conducted by FWSO Assistant Conductor Taichi Fukumura.

November 11, 2023: Storybook: Cinderella: Taichi Fukumura, conductor (featuringSaint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals and Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain)

• March 9, 2024: Beethoven Lives Upstairs: Taichi Fukumura, conductor (featuring the world-famous production which portrays a lively exchange of letters between young Christoph and his Uncle. Their subject, Beethoven, is the “madman” who has moved into the upstairs apartment of Christoph’s Vienna home. Through this tale, Christoph comes to understand the genius of Beethoven, the torment of his deafness, and the beauty of his music)

• April 27, 2024: Harry Potter Children’s Suite: Taichi Fukumura, conductor (featuring selections from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) 

Special Concerts and Gala

There are six one-night-only concerts in the 2023–2024 season including the Gala Concert and Dinner featuring Renée Fleming and Rod Gilfry, Disney Princess: The Concert, Lasting Impressions (an immersive concert experience), Game ON! featuring music from Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, FLY Dance Company: Breakin’ Classical, and Stars of the Symphony featuring FWSO musicians Buddy Bray, Stas Chernyshev, Josh Elmore, and Nick Sakakeeny. 

Stars of the Symphony – August 26, 2023 at Bass Performance Hall: Taichi Fukumura, conductor; Buddy Bray, piano; Stas Chernyshev, clarinet; Josh Elmore, bassoon; Nick Sakakeeny, percussion

This program features Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians collaborating together in virtuosic roles in works such as Strauss’ Duett-Concertino, Toshio Mashima’s Marimba Concerto, and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue

• FLY Dance Company: Breakin’ Classical – September 23, 2023 Will Rogers Auditorium: Taichi Fukumura, conductor

Houston-based FLY combines street dance and classical music to form “theatrical hip hop” with choreography and a variety of musical selections. Founded in 1992, FLY has performed in Washington’s Kennedy Center, Vail International Dance Festival, Lincoln Center, and Bob Hope Theater.

• Game ON! –October 7, 2023, at Will Rogers Auditorium: Andy Brick, conductor

This program will include the world premiere of the spellbinding Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds orchestral suite accompanied by stunning HD Video and a mesmerizing new score under the baton of game music legend Andy Brick.

• Gala Concert: Renée Fleming and Rod Gilfry –February 17, 2024, at 7:00 PM at Bass Performance Hall: Robert Spano, conductor; Renée Fleming, soprano; Rod Gilfry, baritone

Four-time GRAMMY Award-winning soprano Renée Fleming and internationally-renowned baritone Rod Gilfry in a one-night-only performance of some of Broadway’s greatest hits. Music Director Robert Spano leads the orchestra in a program featuring the likes of “Some Enchanted Evening” from South Pacific, “Til There Was You” from The Music Man, “Tonight” from West Side Story, “Climb Every Mountain” from The Sound of Music and more.

• Lasting Impressions –May 11, 2024, at 7:30 PM at Will Rogers Auditorium: Taichi Fukumura, conductor

This immersive orchestral experience creates an opportunity for audiences to rediscover the emotional power of art through witnessing the spellbinding transformation of the Impressionist masterworks, brought to moving life by a team of artists using cutting-edge 3D Motion Sculpting technology.

• Disney Princess: The Concert – February 9, 2024, at 7:30 PM & February 10, 2024, at 2:00 PM at Will Rogers Auditorium: Taichi Fukumura, conductor

Starring four Broadway actresses/Princesses, a Broadway actor/Prince and MD/Fairy Godfairy to narrate, this show celebrates the courage, kindness and music of 12 Disney princesses and two Frozen queens. Amplified by full animation projections, the performers appear as themselves and share behind-the-scenes stories of their time portraying these characters on Broadway and beyond.

 

Ticket Information

Subscriptions for the 2023–2024 season go on sale on April 4, 2023, and can be purchased by calling 817-665-6000 or online at fwsymphony.org. Symphonic 12-concert subscription package for the 2023–2024 season range in price from $240.00–$948.00. Pops 6-concert subscription packages range from $$179.00– $499.00.

Single tickets will go on sale on July 10, 2023, for 2023–2024 regular season concerts.

For tickets to all FWSO concerts, contact the FWSO Ticket Office at 817-665-6000 or visit www.fwsymphony.org

About Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra under Music Director Robert Spano is deeply committed to uniting its community through performance, education, and outreach, reaching an audience of more than 200,000 annually. Since its beginnings in 1912, the FWSO has been an essential thread in the city’s cultural fabric and the very foundation of Fort Worth’s performing arts. The FWSO has performed at Carnegie Hall and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of SHIFT: A Festival of American Orchestras. The FWSO has released 13 recordings – with several being world premiere releases – garnering international acclaim. The FWSO has embraced creative collaborations through residencies, partnerships, and commissions. As the principal resident company of the acoustically superb Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall, the Orchestra performs a full season of concerts featuring internationally acclaimed guest artists and works by living composers. The Orchestra performs and partners with the Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, The Cliburn, and Performing Arts Fort Worth. Each summer at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden, the FWSO presents Concerts In The Garden – a series of family-friendly concerts that have become a city-wide tradition. The FWSO keeps exceptional musical experiences at the heart of its community. For more information, visit fwsymphony.org.

What’s Up New Years Eve 2022

What’s Up New Years Eve 2022

HERE’S WHAT’S UP AROUND FORT WORTH FOR NEW YEARS EVE 2022!

Click on a link below to find out more information!

 

Randy Rogers at
Billy Bob’s Texas

Fort Worth Stockyards

Doors Open at 6 PM

Randy Rogers Band at The World’s Largest Honky Tonk-what a great way to ring in the New Year! We look forward to Ringing in the New Year with Randy Rogers Band, Saturday, December 31, 2022. Billy Bob’s Texas offers a one of a kind experience in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards! 

Randy Rogers at 10:00 PM on the Main Stage
Todd Stewart at 8:00 PM on the Honky Tonk Stage

New Year’s Rockin Eve
Party with Def Leggend
& Mid-Night Ranger
at Fat Daddy’s 

Year In, Year Out, Fat Daddy’s rolls out one of the best New Year’s celebration across DFW.  Don’t miss Fat Daddy’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Def Leggend and Mid-Night Ranger, a tribute to Night Ranger. Table includes bottle of Champagne and party favors.

$50 VIP Table for 2 -or- $100 VIP Table for 4

*Limited capacity. Advance ticket purchase required.

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
New Year’s Eve Concert:  A Tribute to Abba  

Bass Performance Hall, Sundance Square

They’re so entertaining, you’ll be chanting “Gimme, Gimme, Gimme” more and springing from your seat like the “Dancing Queen” you truly are. With sold-out shows at the famous Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and Highland Park in Chicago, it’s easy to see why many critics agree this group is the most amazing and authentic ABBA tribute show in the world. Ring in your new year with an evening of one of the greatest pop phenomena!

A BULLISH NYE:  PBR Touring Pro Division Bull Riding 

Cowtown Coliseum

Friday, Dec 30th &
New Year’s Eve Saturday, Dec 31
st

Two nights filled with non-stop bull riding action!! See the top riders in Texas compete for points and payouts in two exciting rounds each day.  

Tickets to attend the PBR Cowtown Classic events at the Cowtown Coliseum start at $35 for adults. Tickets can be purchased at the Coliseum Box Office or online here.

New Year’s Eve with the Dallas Symphony

Dallas

The Dallas Symphony’s tribute to the Viennese tradition returns to the Meyerson. Toast the New Year with lively waltzes from the Strauss dynasty, honoring the most prestigious of New Year’s musical traditions.  Enjoy dinner and a concert for $99 per person! Use promo code NYE99.

New Years Eve Party
&
Cheek to Cheek Concert!

Downtown Cowtown
at The Isis Theatre

Fort Worth Stockyards

A New Year’s Eve prohibition era celebration at Downtown Cowtown at the Isis featuring Legends performers Sharon Owens as Lady Gaga and Steve Leeds as Tony Bennett!

Ring in the new year in style with this prohibition era celebration that will last all evening, culminating in a champagne toast at midnight! Come dressed in period style and receive discounts on our specialty classic cocktails all evening.

Doors open all day with festivities starting around 7. Come get a cocktail and mingle with the stars. Catch a photo with them while listening to the cool music provided by the jazz trio on stage. Or perhaps make a suggestion to Steve one of your favorite “rat pack” renditions, and he may take the stage early for a few special request songs.

“Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett” will take to the stage around 8:30 singing all of your favorite songs. They will take a brief intermission to allow you to replenish your drinks at either of our beautiful bars. They will then continue on leading up to a New Year’s Toast to remember. The bars will stay open and will have a champagne toast ready for you at the appropriate time.

Tickets include champagne (or a sparkling nonalcoholic beverage) for your midnight toast!

Ring in the New Year with the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Cultural District

Five, four, three, two, one…NOON! The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is hosting a New Year celebration fit for the whole family at Noon Year’s Eve on Saturday, December 31 from 10 AM – 12 PM. Noon Year’s Eve will feature an exciting slate of New Year-themed activities at a kid-friendly time – NOON!

• Make your own confetti popper and noise maker!
• Decorate your party wear with a Noon Year’s Eve hat!
• Write your New Year’s resolution on ribbon and add it to our confetti pile!
• Explore New Year’s Eve inspired items and animals from our History and Science Collections!
• And so much more!

The event is included with the price of admission. Although the event ends at 12 PM, the Museum will remain open until 5 PM.

New Year’s Weekend Live
at Texas Live!

Arlington

Ring in the new year at the biggest NYE celebration in DFW! Presented by Miller Lite and Hendricks. New Year’s Eve Live! at Texas Live! will be a celebration filled with live entertainment, delicious food options, tasty drinks selections, instagrammable installations, champagne toasts, and more!

Celebrate through the ages at NYE Live! as every venue within Texas Live! will feature uniquely themed décor and entertainment from iconic periods of time. Choose from a variety of packages to curate your New Year’s Eve experience at the number-one party in the metroplex!

NYE Live! offers convenient access to transportation, parking, and hotels – making it easier than ever for you to plan a fun and safe celebration!

Epic Family
New Year’s Eve
at Epic Waters

Grand Prairie

The Epic Waters Crew will be sending off 2022 and ringing in 2023 with a New Year’s Eve celebration like you’ve never seen before!

Join us for a New Year’s Eve party complete with circus and aerial performances, hula dancing, interactive games, and much more, America’s Favorite Epic Family New Year will be a celebration to remember!

Lola’s Fort Worth Presents

New Years Eve Party With Special Guest: Charlie Bassham & Guthrie Kennard

TCU District

NYE at Magnolia Motor Lounge

Joey Green & Erik Wills 

West 7th Street

NYE with Squeezebox Bandits and Matt Hilyer at The Post at River East

Race Street

Ring in the new year with Squeezebox Bandits at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

All ages welcome.

All tickets include complimentary champagne toast and black eyed peas at midnight.

 

NYE Party with Red Young & His Hot Horns at Scat Jazz Lounge

Sundance Square

We are having THE party for New Year’s Eve, we’re bringing in 2023 with a bang. There is nothing like ringing in the New Year at Scat Jazz Lounge. Its simply the coolest way to celebrate. This year we have another fantastic show for you with the incomparable sounds of Red Young & His Hot Horns. Featuring Red on Hammond Organ and Vocals, John Bryant on drums and the Hot Horns, it will be a swinging & grooving night. Red will have you smiling as you sip on a classic cocktail and welcome another new year in style. Please dress to impress. Don’t forget that there are plenty of great hotels in walking distance from Scat, so make a night of it. Tickets include admission, party favors, finger foods & champagne toast at midnight. Dinner will not be served. Please note a ticket is for the entire table and all the seats that come with it. Doors at 8pm. 

New Year’s Eve at Tulips FTW

Black Tie Dynasty with FIT, Phantomelo, Dome Dwellers

Near Southside

Jeffrey Smith New Year’s Eve Party at Ridglea Theater

Camp Bowie District

NYE 2021 West 7th Bar Crawl

West 7th Street

 El Chingon Bad Ass
FW NYE 2022

West 7th Street

The nightlife hotspot will count down to 2022 with dancing, DJs, drinks, dishes and champagne. From 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., partygoers can dance into the new year to live DJs including Danny West, Shadowman, ETX and more.  General admission tickets start at $20 and can be purchased online here. Ticket holders must arrive between 6-10 p.m.

New Year’s Eve with Squeezebox Bandits and Keegan McInroe at Post at River East

Race Street

New Year’s Eve Celebration at Pete’s Piano Bar

Downtown Fort Worth

New Year’s Eve with The Dallas Stars

Dallas Stars vs San Jose Sharks

American Airlines Center, Dallas

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The Glenn Miller Orchestra at Fair Park

The Glenn Miller Orchestra at Fair Park

The Glenn Miller Orchestra returns to Dallas!

The greatest Big Band of all time will perform its greatest hits show at Music Hall at Fair Park!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2023 @ 7:00 PM

The legendary Glenn Miller Orchestra from New York will perform one night only in Dallas as they tour the world, bringing timeless classics like In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade, Chattanooga Choo Choo, Pennsylvania 6-5000, String of Pearls and Tuxedo Junction back to the stage. Even 80 years after founding his famous orchestra, Glenn Miller’s music is alive and well.

On a memorable evening, February 24th, 18 musicians and singers will bring the unforgettable Glenn Miller sound to Music Hall at Fair Park, performing timeless songs that everyone remembers. This is a must-see show for jazz and swing fans alike or the incurable romantics who want to step back in time. The legendary Glenn Miller was the most successful of all the dance bandleaders back in the Swing era of the 1930s and 1940s.

Producer Didier Morissonneau is proud to bring the most famous orchestra of all time to the Texas music scene, to perform their classic two-hour greatest hits show.

Friday, February 24, 2023 @ 7:00 p.m.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

The Greatest Hits Show @ Fair Park

909 1st Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210

Tickets on sale now at

https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0C005D2FD6F83FA3

or 1-800-745-3000

$71, $83, $94 + taxes + fees

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Santa is coming to town!

Santa is coming to town!

Jubilee Theatre – prestigiously known as Fort Worth’s premiere Black theatre – is living up to its mission of sharing stories that give a glimpse of the African American diaspora. As such, we also believe all ethnicities are vital to our microcosm that makes up Tarrant County. Thus, the creation of “Santa On The Square. “

With the support of Sundance Square, and other community sponsors, Jubilee Theatre is presenting multi-ethnic Santas for children to visit from December 3-23, 2022 (11 a.m. to 8 p.m.). Santa and his sleigh will be at the covered patio located outside the former Bird Café in Sundance Plaza. Rotating SANTA time slots will feature traditional Santa/Kris Kringle, Black Santa and Latino Santa for families to select for their visit.  FREE photo texts will be provided and/or a photo print can be purchased via CREDIT/DEBIT Card for $15.

Jubilee’s Theatre’s website and posters around the Plaza will utilize a QR code for both viewing the multi-ethnic Santa schedules and to RSVP a Santa visit appointment.  Also, parking is free in Sundance Square Garages #3 and #4 with special SANTA parking vouchers given after the photo sessions. 

“We are excited about the upcoming opportunities to expand our presence in the Sundance Square community,” states Christie Howard, Managing Director of Jubilee Theatre. “Increased accessibility to cultural arts is the cornerstone of the rich Sundance Square experience. We invite all to join us.”

“Santa on the Square” is but one component of the holiday celebrations at Jubilee Theatre.  We are also showing the production of Take the Soul Train to Christmas (Nov 25 to Dec 23). A holiday musical for the whole family. For more information, visit https://www.jubileetheatre.org

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Brian Regan is Coming to Fort Worth!

Brian Regan is Coming to Fort Worth!

COMEDIAN BRIAN REGAN JOINS THE AUDITORIUM CONCERT SERIES AT FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW & RODEO WITH NEWLY RESCHEDULED SHOW 

NEW DATE: JANUARY 20, 2023 // WILL ROGERS AUDITORIUM

Tickets On Sale Now at BrianRegan.com

Brian Regan, considered one of the best stand-ups in the country by critics, fans and fellow comedians, is altering his tour and rescheduling his date in Fort Worth, TX, to now be a part of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Auditorium Concert Series on Friday, January 20, 2023

Regan was originally scheduled to perform at Will Rogers Auditorium on December 31, but will now be part of the Auditorium Concert Series which also includes John Michael Montgomery & Deana Carter, Tesla, ONEUS and Larry the Cable Guy.  

Tickets for Brian Regan at Will Rogers Auditorium on January 20 are on sale now at BrianRegan.com. Tickets for the originally scheduled date (December 31) will be honored on the new date.

The concert series begins when popular Nashville recording artists John Michael Montgomery and Deana Carter take the stage on the Stock Show’s first night, January 13. Montgomery’s hits including “Life’s A Dance,” “I Love the Way You Love Me” and “I Can Love You Like That” resonate with fans across the Country music landscape. Carter’s multi-platinum debut album “Did I Shave My Legs For This?” with its super hit, “Strawberry Wine” showcases her blend of country and retrorock that have garnered her widespread respect and acclaim. 

The following night, January 14, Tesla will blow the Auditorium Concert Series crowd away with their legendary blues-metal sounds. Their debut album, Mechanical Resonance, released in 1986 produced crowd favorites, “Modern Day Cowboy” and “Little Suzi.” Mechanical Resonance reached the Top 40 on the album charts, and eventually went platinum.  

K-Pop stars ONEUS, previously announced will join the Auditorium Concert Series and take the stage on January 27. The boy group will entertain fans with their music that is impossible to forget. Their debut mini-album LIGHT US hit number one on iTunes Top K-Pop Albums Charts garnering attention from global fans. 

January 28 will feature the popular comedian, Larry the Cable Guy. Larry the Cable Guy is a multi platinum recording artist, Grammy nominee, Billboard award winner and one of the top comedians in the country. He has his own line of merchandise and continues to tour across the United States.  His special “Remain Seated” is currently streaming on Netflix. Most recently he reprised his role as the loveable tow truck Mater for the new Disney + series “Cars on the Road.”   Larry also created The Git-R-Done Foundation, which was named after Larry’s signature catchphrase, and has donated more than 7 million dollars to various charities.

“We’re excited about these initial announcements to our 2023 Auditorium Concert Series,” said Stock Show President and General Manager Brad Barnes. “Stay tuned for more announcements are around the corner as our partner Live Nation completes what will be an amazing lineup for our 2023 Show.”  

Tickets for the concert series are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for each performance include admission to the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo grounds (rodeo performances require separate ticket). Go to www.fwssr.com for information on the Auditorium Concert Series and all things “Stock Show.” 

About Brian Regan

Brian Regan premiered his second Netflix stand-up special, Brian Regan: On The Rocks, on February 23, 2021.  Brian’s first Netflix special, Brian Regan: Nunchucks And Flamethrowers, premiered to rave reviews on November 21, 2017, and is also available as a vinyl album.  

In 2021, Brian returned for his third season in Peter Farrelly’s TV series, Loudermilk, which is streaming on Amazon Prime.  Farrelly personally cast Brian in the series alongside Ron Livingston, Anja Savcic, Will Sasso and Mat Fraser.  Brian received praise for his portrayal of “Mugsy,” a recovering addict who is estranged from his family.

Brian stars in his own Netflix series, Stand Up And Away! With Brian Regan, which premiered on Christmas Eve 2018.  Brian and Jerry Seinfeld Executive Produce the four-episode original half-hour series that combines sketch comedy and stand-up.  

In 2015, Brian made history with his stand-up special, Brian Regan: Live From Radio City Music Hall, as the first live broadcast of a stand-up special in Comedy Central’s history.  Brian made his London debut on February 2, 2019 at The Leicester Square Theatre and he made his Kennedy Center debut with two sold-out shows on March 21 & 22, 2019.  He appeared at Carnegie Hall on November 11, 2017 following years of performances in New York City’s finest theaters including Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall, The Beacon Theater and Radio City Music Hall.  Brian’s tour has included visits to Denver’s legendary 8600-seat Red Rocks Amphitheater and the 15,000-seat Huntsman Center Arena in Salt Lake City.

A regular on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Brian is the stand-up comedian guest who the show invites on for two segments: a performance segment and a segment on the couch to chat with Jimmy.  Previously, Brian was a regular guest on The Late Show with David Letterman, making 28 appearances on the CBS show.

Brian made a scene-stealing cameo in Chris Rock’s film, Top Five, and he is a guest on two episodes of Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Netflix.

Regan’s comedy releases include:  Brian Regan: On The Rocks (2021) Netflix special; Stand Up And Away! With Brian Regan (2018) Netflix series; Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers (2017) on Netflix and on vinyl; Brian Regan: Live From Radio City Music Hall (2015) aired on Comedy Central and is available on CD & DVD and as a video or audio download; All By Myself (2010) is available on CD and download only through his website; his two previous hour-long Comedy Central specials, The Epitome of Hyperbole (2008), and Brian Regan Standing Up (2007) are available on DVD or as a video or audio download; I Walked on the Moon (2004) is available on DVD or as an audio or video download only through his website and Brian Regan Live (1997) is available on CD.

For more visit Brian’s websiteTwitterInstagram and Facebook pages.

 

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