FORT WORTH, TEXAS  Art All Night, a community celebration of arts and culture, returns to Race Street in Riverside Arts District Friday, March 24th from 5:00 pm ’til 10:00 pm & Saturday, March 25th from 2pm ’til 10pm.  Businesses open as usual with extended hours.

Stroll down Race Street to enjoy an array of creative activities and performances.  Meet local artists, listen to live music.  Purchase art at an outdoor gallery curated by Panther City Artists (PCA).  Nothing over $99.  A portion of the proceeds benefit PCA, a non-profit arts education organization. 

Shop the boutiques and grab a latte, Race Street Fizz or soft serve vegan ice cream. Sip spirits and dine at some of the “Best” restaurants in Fort Worth.

Performances include music by Little Sam, dance variations by Valentine Waithera and spoken word poetry by Tammy Gomez. Look for special guests, KWC Performing Arts as they fill the street with the energy of more than 30 young, talented performers. Formerly known as Kids Who Care, KWC Performing Arts is a theater production company that showcases the talents of kids and teens.

Stone’s Throw Farm Co. will also be selling fresh produce and homemade jams and condiments, Saturday from 2:00 – 6:00 pm.

Art All Night is produced by Riverside Arts District (RAD) and Race Street Rollick.

Founded in 2012, RAD is a leader in promoting and supporting community driven revitalization along Race Street in Riverside, located just east of downtown Fort Worth. Race Street Rollick promotes the area through artisan markets and other events that support local business development and growth.

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