Rockin’ the River: Eleven Hundred Springs / Maren Morris
July 19, 2012
395 Purcey Street , Fort Worth, TX
There is no better way to beat the Texas heat than jumping in the Trinity River and floating up to the best seat in the house for a summer full of free concerts. So bring your kayaks, paddle boards, river floats, and dogs because we're ready to have a good time. We have the land lovers covered too: Bring a blanket or chairs and enjoy the concert in the shade from the banks of the Trinity. The view is great no matter where you sit.
Come thirsty, come hungry. Beers can be purchased on site. Worried that the Texas heat will ruin your beverages? We have you covered with coolers to keep your brews cold during the float. Fred's Truck Wagon will be serving their famous Fred Burgers.
This event includes loud music and alcohol. Please use discretion in bringing young children. Children under 12 years of age will be required to wear a life vest at all times while in the water. Free life vests are available for use, but must be returned at the end of the event. Lifeguards will be on duty, however all attendees enter the river at your own risk.
Admission is free. Tube Rental is $5 per tube. Bring your own and float for free. Beer is $2.50 per can. No outside drinks allowed. Coolers will be provided for free. No outside coolers allowed.
4:00pm – Gates open
5:00pm – Opening Act
6:30pm – Headliner
Shuts down at dark.
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