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The Fort Worth Margarita Fest Is Coming Back This April 

If the margarita is your go-to cocktail every Happy Hour and night out at the club with your BFFs, you are not alone. Texans have a deep love for margs in all of its forms. It's actually sometimes hard to pick our favorite one. Luckily, if you live in North Texas, you don't have to pick a favorite because the Fort Worth Margarita Fest is coming this April and you get to taste unlimited tequila-based cocktails.

Get ready to have fun because this festival will allow you to sip over 15 different types of margs from Fort Worth's best restaurants and bars.

You also get to vote in the competition that will crown the best margarita in the city. 

There's no way a cocktail festival can succeed without music, and this one is no exception. The Fort Worth Margarita Festival will have live music performances and a DJ lineup to keep you dancing all afternoon.

The event will take place from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. in The Yard, the pet-friendly concert venue and playground bar filled with swings, a dog park, and games. You can't get bored there. 

Ready to sip margs and have fun all day?

If you've ever dreamed about a trip to Mexico, they will be raffling an all-inclusive getaway to the neighboring country at this fest. Every ticket holder will have one or more opportunities to win, depending on their ticket category. You can also purchase additional raffle tickets for $5.

The variety of ticket options to attend this festival will be broad. It goes from the General Admission ticket without sampling for just $10 up to a VIP package for ten people for $1,000.

The Early Bird sampling admission ticket will get you the sampling card to taste over 15 1 oz. margs, one voting chip, and one raffle entry to win the trip to Mexico. All that for $25.

Once you enter the festival grounds, there will be endless fun. Go and try all the margarita samples, and once you are done, right after giving your voting chip to the best one, go to the beer garden for some other refreshments.

Food is also going to be incredible. There will be plenty of food trucks on the premises offering anything from street tacos to burgers and sweet goodies to ease your hunger.

In case you are wondering, this event will be rain or shine. There are plenty of covered areas to stay dry and keep dancing, drinking, and playing at The Yard. 

Also, the Fort Worth Margarita Festival is strictly for adults. That means you should have your ID with you at all times.

Besides the margarita samples you get to try, there will be other cocktails available for purchase at the festival. 

The raffle for the trip to Mexico will be happening at 6:15 p.m., and the winner should be present to claim the prize.

Fort Worth Margarita Festival

Price: $10+

When: April 25, 2020

Address: The Yard at 3017 Morton St., Fort Worth, TX

Why You Need To Go: You can sip on over 15 different margs at this festival. Street tacos will be served, along with other treats from food trucks, and you'll get to enjoy live music and DJs and adult playground games. 

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