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New Sundance Square Plaza opens in downtown Fort Worth

Written by , published November 1, 2013

The heart of downtown Fort Worth is debuting its  makeover with the grand opening celebration of the new Sundance Square Plaza.

The plaza opened Friday morning, and events are scheduled throughout the weekend. In addition to live music, there will be balloon artists, jugglers, magicians, art displays, sketch artists, caricaturists, living statues, trick ropers, face painters, and more.

The $110 overhaul and expansion of the one-acre Sundance Square includes two new office buildings, restaurants, and retail.

The square’s decorative features include four 32-foot umbrellas that contain color-changing LED lights, a wave pool, a jetted fountain, and a permanent stage for bands and movies.

Sundance Square has already scored major events in the coming year, including the inaugural Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival, and it will serve as the headquarters for ESPN’s broadcast coverage of the NCAA Men’s Final Four this spring.

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