Fort Worth’s upcoming events: A diverse tapestry of entertainment and culture

By dani2011dhs@gmail.comSeptember 6, 2023No Comments

Fort Worth’s upcoming events: A diverse tapestry of entertainment and culture


The 37th annual GrapeFest, sponsored by Bank of the West, brings in wines from around the world. Special tastings and family-friendly events will be part of the fun during the fourday festival. The People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic, the largest consumer-judged wine competition in the nation, features Texas wines. Other events include the Champagne Cork Shoot-Off and the Grape Stomp.

Where: Downtown Grapevine, 636 S. Main St.
When: Sept. 14-17
Contact: 817-410-3189
Website: grapevinetexasusa.com


The 2022 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition silver medalist returns to Fort Worth for two concerts at the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion. Geniushene has a “powerhouse sound, forceful musical personality and sheer virtuosity,” according to Musical America. Since earning second place at the Cliburn, Geniushene has performed at the Grand Teton Music Festival, Festival International de Piano de la Roque d’Anthéron and toured Japan with pianist Andrey Gugnin, among other appearances. The Kimbell performances mark her Cliburn Concerts debut. Ticket questions should be directed to the Bass Hall Box Office at 817-212-4280.

Where: The Cliburn, 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
When: Sept. 21-22
Contact: 817-738-6536
Website: cliburn.org


The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s summer film series continues through September. Included are movies about romance, humor, suspense, satire and heroism that date back to the 1940s and ‘50s. The screenings start at 2 p.m. Wednesdays. Films showing in September are “My Favorite Year,” “A New Leaf,” “Witness for the Prosecution” and “Heaven Can Wait.” Visit The Modern’s website for more information on the series.

Where: The Modern, 3200 Darnell St.
When: Through Sept. 27
Contact: 817-738-9215
Website: themodern.org