The Clearfork Music Festival is back for its second year at Fort Worth’s Panther Island Pavilion outdoor venue this Labor Day Weekend.
On Saturday, Aug. 30, the festival’s two stages will feature more than 20 bands, including psychedelic rock headliners the Black Angels and the Bright Light Social Hour. There will also be art installations, face painting, bounce houses, and craft beer offerings.
The Panther Island Pavilion venue, located along the shore of the Trinity River near downtown Fort Worth, also offers paddling, tubing, and swimming from the location’s sandy beach, with kayak and paddleboard rentals available during the event.
Eats on site will be provided by a lineup of food trucks, including Far Out Burger, Salsa Limón taco truck, The Gastro Bomber (traditional pub-style dishes), and Steel City Pops, which features handmade gourmet popsicles.
General admission tickets are $30, and children under 12 are free. Blankets, folding chairs, strollers, and cameras are permitted at the festival, and parking is available for $5.