Summer is the time for concerts and taking a dip in a beautiful pool and now you can do both at the same time. Panther Island Pavilion is having its Rockin' The River concert series every Saturday from July 6th to August 10th. The concerts will start at 1 p.m. and end at around 9:30 p.m. While at the concert, you will be able to grab your favorite tubing device and hit the water.
The show will end in fireworks every night starting at around 9:25 p.m. with just about 5 artists playing the music you love. Some of the artists playing include Kody West, Prophets & Outlaws and Zac Wilkerson. The stage is the only waterfront concert stage in Texas, making this a unique summer experience.
The event is free but you will need your wallet for all the yummy food and drinks available the event. If you don't have your own tube to bring, you can rent a tube at the event for $6. There is no outside food or drinks allowed but you can take your dog to the event as long as you keep him on a leash. Don't forget your I.D. since there will be alcoholic beverages ready for purchase!
While the event is free, you can also purchase a $500 VIP pass. The pass is a pack of four and gives you access to all six summer concerts. You also get two premium parking passes and four wristbands for a VIP shaded area. If you plan on purchasing a pass, we suggest you do it soon as they are limited and do tend to sell out.
*According to an official statement made by staff, the tubing events that take place at Panther Island Pavilion are considered a "flat float". The area specifically for tubing is blocked off on both sides of the stage and tubers are limited to a specific area so they don’t float down the river.
The Panther Island Pavilion is located at 395 Purcey St, Fort Worth. For more information on the concerts, you can visit their website here.
Rockin The River
Address: 395 Purcey St, Fort Worth, Texas
Why you need to go: You get the chance to experience an awesome concert and firework show while tubing down their lazy river.
*This article has been updated.
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