Experience the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival
Mark your calendars now for April 20 - 23, 2017 as we celebrate one of the top Downtowns in the country along a magnificent mile of art, music and food. Discover terrific restaurants, superb shopping – including great new retail stores – and, of course, the #1 arts festival in Texas!
Our 2017 Call for Artists is now open! Please check out all the details and submit your application to become one of only 200 artists showcasing their work to thousands to attend each year.
Sure, this year's event is history but if you missed it or wanted to check out our sponsors, take a look back through 54 pages of art, music, food and fun, a full-color, online mag chock-full of information about exhibiting artists, incredible restaurants and world-class entertainment.
Applications are now open for artists interested in showcasing their work at one of the top arts festivals in America. Working exclusively through Zapplication.org, we will accept applications through October 14.
Get the Vibe, Share the View
Produced in partnership with Red Productions, this short video showcases everything that's great about MAIN ST. Take a look and imagine yourself on the historic red bricks of Downtown Fort Worth, April 20-23!
Ever seen a longhorn in a circus? That’s the subject of our 2016 commemorative poster created by Benjamin Frey. The striking painting continues the theme of Frey’s recent works featuring carnival acts and circuses. “It is a sense of curiosity and wonder that leads me to images of travel, circuses, and carnivals,” said Frey. “Like a modern mythology, they are the last places we allow ourselves to believe in monsters and giants and uncommon acts. And as such they are an exciting reminder to our too often dormant sense of wonder.” To see more of his work, visit booth #401, or click here to go to his gallery page.
This beautiful, unframed poster (signed or unsigned), is printed on Mohawk Options cover paper stock courtesy of Olmsted Kirk Paper Company and printed by Cockrell Enovation. The poster was designed by Pinkerton Design. Order online for direct delivery, or visit our House of Frames located at 3rd and Main Streets to purchase a limited edition framed or unframed poster. Purchase $200 of art, festival merchandise or framed posters and receive a free, unsigned poster while supplies last.