Bass Hall completes comeback with an array of country icons and FW favorites

Performing Arts Fort Worth, owner and non-profit operator of Bass Performance Hall, unveiled the lineup for the popular 2021-2022 BNSF entertainment series, starting with Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis Holiday Shindig December 1.

With the return of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra to the venue later this month and the return of Broadway shows in October, this series was the last piece to bring Bass Hall’s offerings back to full force before the pandemic.

After fan favorites Robison and Willis returned for their annual holiday show at McDavid Studio, country music legends The Gatlin Brothers and Gayle Crystal will appear together for the very first time on the Bass Hall stage for another holiday show on December 13th. Robert earl keen The new year will then ring a little at the beginning of December 30th.

2022 will bring something for families when Daniel Tiger Neighborhood Live! arrives in town on April 5, along with Daniel Tiger, his family, O the Owl, Miss Elaina, Katerina Kittycat, Prince Wednesday and more familiar friends. Finally, fans can time travel on May 4 with The British Invasion – Live On Stage, a brand new theater and concert event that features popular music from this era, including songs from The Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5, The Animals, The Kinks and Dusty Springfield.

Although not officially part of the series, Performing Arts Fort Worth will present Sounds of resilience on August 22, a unique special event featuring performances by Brian Kieta, Taylor Pace, Summer Dean, Juan Ospina, Ginny Mac and Jeremiah Miller. These are the six local artists chosen to receive grants of $ 5,000 under the Sound of Resilience Grants Program. Each will present their own original songs that they submitted for the program, as well as performances with their fellow finalists live on stage.

“We are thrilled not only to return to the live theater, but to once again host the very best in live entertainment, from concerts to vacation shows to family entertainment, right here in Fort Worth,” said Dione Kennedy , President and CEO of Performing Arts Fort Worth in a statement.

Individual tickets for all six shows go on sale Friday, August 13. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling the Performing Arts Fort Worth box office at 817-212-4280. The physical ticket office remains closed for the moment.

For the latest health and safety protocols that will be in place at Bass Hall, visit Performing Arts Fort Worth will continue to update and adjust Bass Hall reopening plan protocols as COVID-19 guidelines evolve.

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