Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a Visit to the 4th Annual Clamato Michelada Festival
Join in the fun for the 4th Annual Clamato Michelada Festival in Downtown Fort Worth! The Clamato Michelada Festival is in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and free for the entire family to enjoy. Check it out this weekend, on Sunday, October 13th at General Worth Square.
Clamato Michelada Festival features a competition for the Best Clamato Michelada in Fort Worth, delicious authentic Mexican food, live music, vendors and interactive fun. Micheladas are for everyone and can be enjoyed with an ice-cold beer or alcohol-free with either mineral water or citrus soda; both options are available at the festival.
Enjoy live performances by Selena Tribute Band Bidi Bidi Banda, Squeezebox Bandits, Norteño group Morro Y Su Reunion, La Freqüenzia, Martin La Galla Y Su Banda Paraiso De Durango and a special presentation by the Fort Worth Opera in honor of their 2020 performance of Zorro!
There will also be vendor booths for all to enjoy. Featured vendors include Bow-tique by Mommy, Beef Jerky Outlet, Family Face Painting, Jobes Hat Store, Mercadito Mundial, SXP Gifts, and LatinX Voter Outreach.
This fundraising event provides education scholarships and supports Connect Respect programs. Connect Respect is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that encourages people to find a connection through peaceful social exchange and develop respect for one another through open understanding.
Looking for a fun way to spend time with family? Head to the Clamato Michelada Festival this Sunday! Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend. For more information, visit www.michelada-festival.com.
At every corner you turn, there is always something to do when you reside at McDermott Crossing Apartments in Plano, Texas. On Sunday, grab a few close friends or neighbors to take part in this wonderful event that is sure to add some excitement to your day!
Sunday, October 13, 2019—12:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
General Worth Square
900 Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102