50 Fest

August 13, 2011
Community Celebration

Art. Bands. Food. Fun. Free. Find it all at 50 Fest, a free celebration of 50 years at the Amon Carter.

Things to do at 50 Fest:

  • Visit your favorite works of art.
  • Create your own masterpieces.
  • Boogie to live music by the Marshall Ford Swing Band and Del Castillo.
  • Blow bubbles and hula hoop with your friends on the plaza.
  • Cast your vote for the ultimate Amon Carter anniversary cake.
  • Say cheese in a photo booth.
  • Munch on hotdogs and ice cream.
  • Become a part of museum history.

The extended gallery hours for 50 Fest (until 9 p.m.) will allow you plenty of time to visit all your favorite Amon Carter artworks.

For helpful information about 50 Fest parking and accessibility, please call 817.989.5030 or email visitors@cartermuseum.org. All ages welcome. No reservations required. Please leave your alcohol, coolers, and pets at home. See you there!

Additional parking for 50 Fest is located in select lots of the University of North Texas Health Science Center located north of the museum. For detailed lot information, see the map below that highlights UNTHSC options in blue.


We are so glad that you are excited about 50 Fest...we are too! Please invite your friends and family to join in on the fun and help us celebrate the museum's 50th Anniversary!

Wow, sounds like a great evening!

Sounds great! And, any of y'all who've heard Del Castillo know you're in for a HUGE treat...anyone else, come and find out!

We'll bring the kids.

I am always in awe over the great art & museums that we have right here in Fort Worth.

The Amon Carter has been my favorite for the past 44 years (as long as I can remember)
We could use another great man like Amon Carter to take the reins of Fort Worth!

Congratulations on this milestone and I hope to see Stacy, Sara, Nancy and all of the wonderful staff that makes the Amon Carter Museum of American Art unquestionably one of THE BEST museums in the USA!

I'll be there for the celebration, to reflect on how the Carter has transformed me both personally and professionally over my lifespan and to catch a glimpse of my favorite painting (that according to the word on the street is back from LA)

Best Regards,

Jason Hose, BS, M.A.A.E. (in progress)
Stephen F. Austin State University
College of Fine Arts
Nacogdoches, Texas

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