Rockin’ the River is Back This Summer – NARCITY

Rockin’ the River will be here before we know it! Read what Narcity had to say about Rockin’ the River and see what they recommend you bring. Can’t wait to tube it this summer.

“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.

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

Price: Free

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. ”

The Must-Attend Summer Festival in Every State – MSN

As we are gearing up for the summer event season, we are excited to see one of our events mentioned in MSN’s “The Must-Attend Summer Festival in Every State”. Find out more about the event below and see you out at Panther Island Pavilion all summer long!

Every Saturday, July 6-August 10
Tube down the Trinity River in Fort Worth, enjoy a refreshing beverage and listen to great live music. Just bring yourself to the river – tubes, food, and drinks are all available for purchase on site – and prepare for a day of floating, followed by a night of fireworks! View the Rockin’ The River site for more!

BEST OF 2019 – FORT WORTH MAGAZINE

The Fort Worth Magazine “Best Of” competition allows Fort Worthians to vote for their favorites in Fort Worth Shopping, Food & Drink, People & Culture, and Nightlife & Entertainment. Each category has winners for “Reader Picks” as well as “Editor Picks”, chosen by the Fort Worth Magazine editorial team.

This year we are proud to announce under the Nightlife & Entertainment category, Panther Island Pavilion has won the “Reader Pick” for Best Outdoor Venue for the second year in a row!

Thank you Fort Worth, we appreciate the love!

Ubbi Dubbi Sells Out Inaugural Festival, Disco Donnie Presents Donates $15K to Local Charities

During April 27 and 28, the Disco Donnie’s inaugural sold out, Ubbi Dubbi Festival, took place at Panther Island Pavilion. Read their press release below to see how they gave back to the Fort Worth community by donating $15,000 to three local charities: The Fort Worth POA “Cops for Kids”, Fort Worth B-Cycle and Girls Rock Fort Worth

New York, NY, May 3, 2019 — Over the weekend of April 27–28, Disco Donnie Presents’ inaugural Ubbi Dubbi Festival sold out completely, selling 45,000 tickets in two days. In keeping with DDP’s tradition of giving back to the community, today DDP announces that they are donating $15,000 of the revenue to three local charities: The Fort Worth POA “Cops for Kids,” Fort Worth B-Cycle, and Girls Rock Fort Worth.

The lineup for the sold-out festival featured Boombox Cartel, Chris Lake, Claptone, Destructo, Galantis, GG Magree, Golfclap, Illenium, Keys N Krates, Nghtmre, Tchami, Walker & Royce, Zeds Dead and many more in an idyllic riverfront setting in Fort Worth, Texas. Among the weekend festival’s many highlights were two musical premieres. Illenium debuted “Good Things Fall Apart,” his collaboration with Jon Bellion, and Zeds Dead previewed their as-of-yet untitled collaboration with Yookie. Audience response to the festival was overwhelming jubilant with fans sharing their love via the hashtag, #UbbiDubbiFest.

Having successfully launched Ubbi Dubbi, Disco Donnie now turns his focus to Sunset Music Festival which kicks off the summer festival season on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25–26, in Tampa, Florida.

About Fort Worth POA “Cops for Kids”
The Fort Worth POA “Cops for Kids” program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2003, and through private funding, has served over 5,000 disadvantaged children in the Fort Worth Community by providing gifts to those children in local hospitals, scholarship opportunities, school supplies, and social activities. Cops for Kids demonstrates local law enforcement’s continued concern for the children in our community by encouraging them to foster stronger family relationships, quality friends, with a focus on education.

About Fort Worth B-Cycle
Fort Worth Bike Sharing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in charge of operating Fort Worth B-Cycle. Bike sharing is a mode of transportation based on shared use of public bicycles. In Ft. Worth the bike share is run as a non-profit. Fort Worth Bike Sharing has stations set up across Downtown, the Cultural District, the Stockyards, Near Southside, and the Trinity Trails, where Ubbi Dubbi 2019 was held.

About Girls Rock Fort Worth
Girls Rock Fort Worth exists to empower girls of all backgrounds and abilities through musical education, performance and workshops. The organization’s goal is to provide young women with a positive and supportive community of peers and mentors to enhance their self-esteem and encourage social change.

About Disco Donnie Presents
Disco Donnie Presents (DDP) is an award-winning and recognized leader in electronic dance music event production, founded by veteran promoter James “Disco” Donnie Estopinal. Since the company’s inception in 1994, DDP has generated over 10 million tickets sold and 10,000 live events, arena shows and outdoor festivals in over 100 markets around the world, including the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Latin America. DDP organizes and promotes nearly 1000 club events annually in markets all across the U.S., ranging from Portland, Philadelphia, Houston, Tampa, New Orleans, Dallas and St Louis to name only a few. Major festivals include Ultimate Music Experience, Sunset Music Festival, Sun City Music Festival, Ubbi Dubbi, and more.

James “Disco Donnie” Estopinal, Jr. is DDP’s founder and CEO. Considered one of the godfathers of U.S. electronic dance music, Disco Donnie has grown over the past 25 years to become one of the leading dance music promoters in the world. From his early days in the 1990s New Orleans dance scene, Disco Donnie coupled eccentricity with ingenuity to create elaborately themed parties that charmed patrons, garnered an international following, and unwittingly became a catalyst for a national debate over the First Amendment right to expression.

In 2017, Disco became part of LIVESTYLE Entertainment. The current LIVESTYLE portfolio includes Disco Donnie Presents, React, Life in Color, ID&T (Tomorrowland, Sensation, TomorrowWorld), Beatport.com, Electric Zoo, Awakenings, Q-Dance, and more.

Culture Map Fort Worth: Mimosa Run

Mimosa Run, May 11
You read that correctly. The fifth annual affair features a two-mile social run or walk and a four-mile race benefiting Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas, brunch, and, as previously stated, mimosas. Festivities begin at 8:30 am, and pricing begins at $50. Panther Island Pavilion, Fort Worth.

Fox 4 – Preview: March for Babies 2019

“Fox 4 is a proud sponsor of March for Babies again this year. There will be two events this year but on two different dates.  The Fort Worth march will be April 13 at Panther Island Pavilion. The Dallas march will be May 4 on the lawn of Reunion Tower.  More information on the events can be found at marchforbabies.org.”

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EDM.COM: UBBI DUBBI FESTIVAL DROPS MASSIVE PHASE 2 ARTIST LINEUP

“Ubbi Dubbi Releases huge lineup Featuring Borgore, Destructo, Galantis, Illenium, SLANDER, Zeds Dead and more.

Set to take place on Panther Island in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday, April 27th and Sunday, April 28th, Ubbi Dubbi is slated to be one of the springtime’s premier dance music events.

Based on the first wave of lineup announcements alone, Ubbi Dubbi was already shaping up to be one of the best new events of the upcoming season. The excellent second phase of artist announcements really puts things over the top.” – EDM.COM

EDM LIFE – DISCO DONNIE PRESENTS WORLDWIDE ‘UBBI DUBBI’ FESTIVAL

“Disco Donnie Presents Worldwide recently announced the Phase 1 lineup of its inaugural Ubbi Dubbi festival set to take place next year on Panther Island in Forth Worth, Texas on April 27 and 28. The Phase 1 lineup includes Boombox Cartel, Borgore, Destructo, Galantis, Ganja White Night, Golf Clap, Illenium, Tchami, Weiss, Zeds Dead and more with an additional 25 artists that will be announced for Phase 2 in the upcoming weeks….”

The Ultimate Party on Panther Island: The Ubbi Dubbi Festival

“According to Disco Donnie Presents, Ubbi & Dubbi are two young creatures, pictured above, who also have a passion for EDM as much as we all do. From what Dubbi, left, says, the two will be hosting a housewarming party at their new home on Panther Island in Fort Worth, Texas…Known as the Ubbi Dubbi Festival.”

Read what Mix247EDM has to say about the Ubbid Dubbi Festival by clicking on the button below.

 

Fort Worth Among Top Cities to Host Life in Color ‘X’ World Tour

The Life in Color ‘X’ World Tour has announced its stop in Fort Worth on September 30. Dubbed as “The World’s Largest Paint Party,” the electronic music event originally launched in 2007 on college campuses in Florida. Now and in its 10th year, the event makes it way to Panther Island Pavilion for a Texas-sized celebration.

With a reputation for bringing a mind-blowing show and world-class talent to stages around the world, we couldn’t be more pumped to be part of the EDM festival. Talent for Life In Color DFW, include American DJs 3LAU and Elephante, electronic dance duo Bonnie x Clyde and EDM artist Quix.

Life in Color is quickly rising as top contender in the global electronic scene. “The festival is a gateway into a vibrant world of connection, positivity, and adventure,” say show producers. Life in Color has its sights set on the world’s stage with its biggest tour to date in tow.

In 2016, the Life in Color Tour delivered top-tier talent and 13,000 gallons of paint to over 70 cities in 18 different countries. Event producers boast that it is one of the most prolific dance music event brands and has hosted virtually every major DJ including Jack U, Hardwell and Calvin Harris. The recent Miami Festival brought 25,000 energized attendees. Are you ready Fort Worth?