Fortress Festival is back this weekend, April 28-29, in the Cultural District. Your guide for all the best acts, from singer-songwriter Father John Misty and indie rocker Courtney Barnett to hip-hop legends De La Soul and funklordz Chromeo
Mwenso & The Shakes wrap a powerful message in an embrace with "Protest Songs from Africa to America" at Scat Jazz Lounge in downtown Fort Worth. This is the Harlem-based group's first show in Fort Worth.
Reagan James found a national audience on 'The Voice' at age 14. Now 19, the Burleson singer is taking what she learned during her time on the show and blazing a new trail musically in L.A., although she still records in Fort Worth.
Composer Pierre Jalbert's pianto quintet will be performed April 7 at the Kimbell Art Museum. Impressive players in the concert lineup include 2009 Cliburn Piano Competition gold medalist Haochen Zhang and renowned violinist Cho-Liang Lin.
The Colleyville-raised singer and the Tribe Called Quest rapper lay down a smooth groove on 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart' for an upcoming Elton John-Bernie Taupin tribute album. And there are more Texas artists involved.
Winter Jam, a Christian music festival started by the band NewSong, comes to the Fort Worth Convention Center on March 18. Skillet will headline, joined by KB, Kari Jobe, Jordan Feliz, Building 429 and more.