Rockin’ the River summer concert series in Fort Worth, TX

Photo of concert over a river with people in inner tubes.

Float up to the best seat in the house. | Photo by @rockintheriverfw

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Summer is well underway and we are ready to turn up for Rockin’ the River: Live on the Trinity Tubing and Music Series at Panther Island Pavilion. Start your weekends early with a Thursday night concert from the cool comfort of an inner tube beginning July 14. We have all you need to know before you go.

Give it to us straight 🎟️

Concert admission is free + tube rental is $6 or you can bring your own. Parking is $10 at the grassy lot next to the pavilion. Gates open at 5 p.m. and shows start at 5:15 p.m.

  • Bonus: Series VIP Passes are available for $475 and include two VIP parking passes, four weekly wristbands and inner tubes, food + beverages, and shaded seating.

Who’s on deck 🎤

Lounge in an inner tube on the Trinity River or kick back on the beach and listen to 15 bands on two stages. Jam to Texas country, rock and roll, and soul music before a weekly firework showpending drought and heat advisory restrictions.

Know before you go 🎒

  • This event is cash-free.
  • Pack your bags — remember to bring river shoes, sunscreen, beach towels, lawn chairs + blankets. Pro tip: you can rent a locker for $5.
  • Outside coolers, food + beverages are not allowed.
  • Bring your furry friend — dogs are permitted on leashes.
  • Rockin’ the River is kiddo-friendly, but children under 12 years old must wear a lifejacket (provided) + kids shorter than 30 inches will not be allowed in the water.
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