What to Do This Weekend in Fort Worth

6-Pack Trail, Bike Cruise & Craft Beer Tour

Whether you are looking to relax to the sounds of jazz or go on a brewery and bike escapade, this weekend’s top picks offer an array of possibilities.

by Adaline Haynes

Whether you are looking to relax to the sounds of jazz or go on a brewery and bike escapade, this weekend’s top picks offer an array of possibilities.

Friday, Oct. 26

U.S. Air Force Concert Band and Singing, 7–9 p.m.
Sing along and honor those who have served with the Singing Sergeants and U.S. Air Force Concert Band. They make a stop in Fort Worth on their 12 day-tour of Texas and New Mexico, performing at the I.M Terrell Academy Auditorium.

Saturday, Oct. 27

Cork & Pig Tavern Run & Brunch 5K, 9 a.m.
Stop by Cork & Pig Tavern for a scenic run along West Seventh Street — then pig out with a brunch menu of banana pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage, along with a mimosa bar serving flavors like orange, cranberry or pineapple.

6-Pack Trail, Bike Cruise & Craft Beer Tour, 11:30 a.m.
This 6-mile bike cruise is well worth the pedal with seven different brewery stops. At each stop, participants build a six-pack with an 8-ounce beer of their choice and, to end the trek, enjoy a delicious dinner at BREWED.

100 for 100 Reception, noon—9 p.m.
The magic number is 100 at Fort Works Art, which host an art show featuring 100 different artists with at least one piece of art valued over $100. The exhibit’s aim is to give young, up-and-coming artists an opportunity to showcase their work to the community.

Pride of Southside Homebrew, 1–6 p.m.
This charity event for SiNaCa Studios will include live glassblowing demonstrations, music from The Loop-Artist Rehearsal Complex and friendly competition as contestants compete for the best home-brew — and yes, attendees can taste test. The event is free.

Daiquiri Daddi Cafe Paint/Sip, 6–9 p.m.
This not-so-typical paint class will be bumping with a live DJ playing all the latest top hip hop jams as you paint away on a provided pre-outlined canvas, with a free daiquiri in hand. While the event formally ends at 9 p.m., an after-party follows until 2 a.m.

The Suite Spot Spoken Jazz Experienz, 8–10:30 p.m.
Unwind and appreciate an optimum blend of art, live music and uplifting spoken word. This event, taking place at Suite 101 at 2801 Race St., is $10 and includes complimentary food and wine.

Sunday, Oct. 28

Moonshine & Dine, noon–3 p.m.
This pop-up event at Acre Distilling will offer bite-size brunch tasting options by Chef Jen Williams, paired with craft cocktails made from Acre’s in-house distilled spirits. This exclusive event will likely fill up quickly, so be sure to book ahead of time.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26-28

Sundance Swing Out, 8:30–10:30 p.m.
Whether you have twinkle toes or two left feet, dance shamelessly and learn a few moves at the Fort Worth Swing Dance Syndicate’s 2018 Sundance Swing Out. The event, which takes place at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, will have dancing as well as live music and workshops with skilled professionals.