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Get ready to chowdown at the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival 2024

Cowtown’s premiere foodie event will span four days with delicious bites, drinks, and good company.

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The foodie event will span four days with delicious bites and drinks. | Photo provided by FWFWF

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What’s better than a weekend full of good food, drinks, and company? A festival that includes all three. The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival (FWFWF) returns to the Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork for four delicious days and nights from Thursday, April 4 to Sunday, April 7.

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Dine under the stars at the Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork.

Photo by Nancy Farrar via FWFWF

🎟️ Tastiest tickets in town

FWFWF will showcase bites from local chefs along with 100+ wines, craft beers, and spirits. Bonus: Your ticket covers all the food and beverages you can (responsibly) consume.

Go all in with The Weekender pass that gets entry to all events with early access.

Thursday, April 4
Tacos + Tequila | 8-10 p.m. | $55 | Come out of your shell at this event — we think the name speaks for itself.

Friday, April 5
The Main Event | 6:30-9 p.m. | $135 | Peruse 100+ vendors featuring small plates from local chefs paired with endless beer, wine, and cocktail samples.

Saturday, April 6
Rise + Dine | 12-2:30 p.m. | $65 | Taste and sip your way through this brunch-themed event.

Burgers, Brews + Blues | 6:30-9 p.m. | $85 | Enjoy live music as you flip out over burger and beer samples — plus, vote for your favorites.

Sunday, April 7
Ring of Fire | 2-5 p.m. | $85 | Smoked meats + open-flame cooking will accompany live music and drink samples.

Note: Sorry kids, this festival is adults-only (21+). Pets, except for service animals, are not permitted.

A burnt ends sandwich held in front of a crowd of people at the Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival.

The plates may be small, but the flavor profiles are huge.

Photo via FWTtoday staff

💰 Community impact

The event will benefit the Fort Worth Food + Wine Foundation, a nonprofit that raises funds for local grant programs and culinary scholarships. So far, the foundation has raised $325,000 to support culinary students from Fort Worth.