Tuesday, November 28

DFW entertainment: Vaqueros soccer, The Modern, Woofstock

In this file photo, fans cheer for the Fort Worth Vaqueros during a playoff soccer match in July 2017. The Vaqueros play their 2022 home opener Saturday, May 14 against the Lubbock Matadors.

In this file photo, fans cheer for the Fort Worth Vaqueros during a playoff soccer match in July 2017. The Vaqueros play their 2022 home opener Saturday, May 14 against the Lubbock Matadors.


The Panther City Lacrosse Club just completed its first season in the National Lacrosse League with a festive and unique fan experience at Dickies Arena.

Panther City is hoping to grow into an established pro sports franchise in Fort Worth.

Now fans can watch a semi-pro sports team in action as the Fort Worth Vaqueros, a minor league soccer team that began in 2014, prepares to open the 2022 season.

The Vaqueros, who compete in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), begin their ninth season on the road Saturday, May 7 in Lubbock against the expansion Matadors.

Fans can catch their home opener Saturday, May 14 against the same Lubbock team. The match is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at TCU’s Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium, 3600 W. Berry St.

The Vaqueros will play six home games this season, including two at TCU and four at W.O. Barnes Memorial Stadium at Castleberry High School.

For $100, adults can purchase season tickets to all home games and receive an official 2022 jersey that serves as the ticket to the games. Youth season tickets are $75.

Individual game tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youths. Go to fortworthvaqueros.com/tickets.

For more information, go to fortworthvaqueros.com or call 817-233-6691.

The Modern celebrates female artists with special exhibit

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will celebrate female artists with “Women Painting Women,” scheduled for May 15 through Sept. 25.

The thematic exhibition features 46 female artists who choose women as subject matter in their works.

The presentation spans international works from the late 1960s to the present, and recognizes female perspectives that have been underrepresented.

The exhibit is organized thematically rather than chronologically, designed to group young emerging artists with early trailblazers such as Alice Neel and Emma Amos.

The four themes highlighted in “Women Painting Women” are The Body, Nature Personified, Color as Portrait, and Selfhood.

The Modern depicts the exhibition as a way for female artists to share the stage with their more represented male counterparts in defining the image of woman and how it has evolved.

Tickets are $16 for adults; $12 for seniors over 60, active/retired military and first responders with ID; $10 for students with ID; and free under 18 and Modern members.

Go to themodern.org or call 817-738-9215 to buy tickets or for more information.

Join your four-legged friends for ‘Woofstock’ at MUTTS

Get ready for a groovy time with your four-legged friend as MUTTS Canine Cantina dog park at Clearfork presents “Woofstock,” Saturday, May 14, from 11:15 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.

The event features live music, local vendors with plenty of dog treats available, craft beer from Rahr Brewing and puppy adoption opportunities from Saving Hope Animal Rescue.

Woofstock is free with a MUTTS Cantina day pass or membership. Go to muttscantina.com/tx-fort-worth-clearfork/ for information. MUTTS offers daily passes, and monthly or annual memberships.

To enter the park, dogs must be spayed or neutered, and be friendly and socialable around people and other dogs. They also need to be flea and tick free and be up to date on vaccinations.

MUTTS is an off-leash dog park with a bar and grill that caters to people and their furry friends. Mutts can exercise and play with their companions while owners can relax and socialize.

Humans can hang out with their pets on the patio as long as the dogs are on a leash at all times.

MUTTS is located at 5317 Clearfork Main St. in Fort Worth.

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