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Waterside, the new 63-acre mixed-use property at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive, will host its inaugural Waterside by Fort Worth, a day-long festival of free, family-friendly activities.

Benefiting Tarrant Area Food Bank, Don’t Forget to Feed Me, and Streams & Valleys, WxFW will celebrate all things Fort Worth: history, community, art, food, drink, health, music, and giving back. Guests will enjoy healthy living demos, an interactive mural art display, Taste of Waterside, store and restaurant specials, a live concert featuring local musicians Air Review and Jake Paleschic, a fireworks display, and more.

As part of its initial phase, Waterside has welcomed a number of tenants including anchors REI and Whole Foods Market, as well as Sur La Table, Taco Diner, Blaze Pizza, Tokyo Joe’s, CycleBar, and Zoë’s Kitchen. Openings will continue throughout the coming months with Piattello Italian Kitchen and Steel City Pops, as well as additional retailers and local, chef-driven restaurants.

Waterside, the new 63-acre mixed-use property at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive, will host its inaugural Waterside by Fort Worth, a day-long festival of free, family-friendly activities.

Benefiting Tarrant Area Food Bank, Don’t Forget to Feed Me, and Streams & Valleys, WxFW will celebrate all things Fort Worth: history, community, art, food, drink, health, music, and giving back. Guests will enjoy healthy living demos, an interactive mural art display, Taste of Waterside, store and restaurant specials, a live concert featuring local musicians Air Review and Jake Paleschic, a fireworks display, and more.

As part of its initial phase, Waterside has welcomed a number of tenants including anchors REI and Whole Foods Market, as well as Sur La Table, Taco Diner, Blaze Pizza, Tokyo Joe’s, CycleBar, and Zoë’s Kitchen. Openings will continue throughout the coming months with Piattello Italian Kitchen and Steel City Pops, as well as additional retailers and local, chef-driven restaurants.

Waterside, the new 63-acre mixed-use property at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive, will host its inaugural Waterside by Fort Worth, a day-long festival of free, family-friendly activities.

Benefiting Tarrant Area Food Bank, Don’t Forget to Feed Me, and Streams & Valleys, WxFW will celebrate all things Fort Worth: history, community, art, food, drink, health, music, and giving back. Guests will enjoy healthy living demos, an interactive mural art display, Taste of Waterside, store and restaurant specials, a live concert featuring local musicians Air Review and Jake Paleschic, a fireworks display, and more.

As part of its initial phase, Waterside has welcomed a number of tenants including anchors REI and Whole Foods Market, as well as Sur La Table, Taco Diner, Blaze Pizza, Tokyo Joe’s, CycleBar, and Zoë’s Kitchen. Openings will continue throughout the coming months with Piattello Italian Kitchen and Steel City Pops, as well as additional retailers and local, chef-driven restaurants.

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WHERE

Waterside
3720 Convair Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
http://watersidefw.com/wxfw

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.