Mayfest gets back to Trinity Park in Fort Worth this end of the week following a two-year break.
This year, Mayfest is praising its 50th commemoration.
It's one of Fort Worth's most famous yearly occasions, drawing in 200,000 individuals every year. It's likewise an opportunity for the whole local area to meet up for some old-fashioned tomfoolery.
The four-day family celebration incorporates seven unrecorded music and performing expression stages, shows highlighting human and creature ability, rides, exercises, and an enticing exhibit of delicious food and drinks, including a lager and wine garden.
Famous attractions like the duck races and Twiggy, the water-skiing squirrel, will likewise be there.
FOX 4 is denoting its fifteenth year as good support and will have a stall nearby with games, prizes, and a cooling station where Mayfest attendees can unwind and re-energize their gadgets.
Every last bit of it traverses 33 sections of land along the banks of the Trinity River.
Continues from Mayfest to support Fort Worth's Parks and Recreation Department and other local area associations, including the Junior League of Fort Worth.
Doors open Thursday and Friday at 3:30 p.m. Mayfest opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday and at 11 a.m. on Sunday.