The Near Southside has long been home to some of Fort Worth's greatest music - from historic bygone venues like Madhatters, Axis, M.A.S.S. and Shipping & Receiving to today's celebrated listening rooms like Tulip's FTW and The Cicada. And far beyond the formal music clubs, you can hear Fort Worth's local musicians across the district at our record stores, restaurants, bars, breweries, recording studios, galleries, and in the soundtracks of films made in the district. In fact, Fairmount porches have been known to serve as music venues as frequently as our Near Southside festival stages have.

Music is in the DNA of the Near Southside. This year, you've likely heard about the shuttering of several of the Fort Worth's great music rooms - from Twilite Lounge to Lola's, The Isis to the most recent announcement from The Post at River East. While many of these venues weren't located in the Near Southside, they are still important to the music community and economy that calls the district home. As each closing announcement rolled out, our team became increasingly compelled to lean in to supporting our remaining venues and the many musicians who call Fort Worth home. Live local music needs something in the win column and we're eager to be on the team.

Enter LOST 'N SOUND, a new 4-event music series hosted in South Main Village in 2024. Lost 'N Sound transforms businesses throughout the village into one-day music venues hosting established and emerging local musicians across genres. Community members are invited to enjoy the performances while exploring both traditional music venues and unexpected spaces like architecture offices, art galleries, retailers, recording studios, and film studios hosting stages.

The free Lost 'N Sound shuttle allows patrons to hop on-and-off at dozens of participating South Main Village venues with markets, food, music and more on event day.

With partnership, we can put more artists on stages, expand our community's music repertoire across genres, support emerging talent and bolster Fort Worth's music scene with patronage.



Our inaugural Lost 'N Sound hosted 54 musicians at 20 participating venues!


The second event hosted 57 musicians at 23 participating venues! We are growing.


Venues are now booking musicians! Musicians, please apply for consideration.

Sponsors are needed. If you'd like to learn more about partners, contact

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 in partnership with ArtsGoggle

Musicians applying to Lost 'N Sound for October 19 will also be considered for ArtsGoggle booking. This year look for music on South Main and visual arts on Magnolia Avenue.





    While you're enjoying your journey through South Main Village, don't miss the opportunity to travel between venues on the Lost 'N Sound Shuttle, provided by presenting sponsor Trinity Metro! Look for circulating Zipzone vehicles branded with Lost 'N Sound yellow flags for a ride. Signs along South Main Street that indicate a shuttle stop to enjoy a FREE ride to your next venue between 3:00 pm and midnight.

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    Finding your way to Lost ’N Sound with Trinity Metro is a snap!

    Check out the options below to decide how your squad can arrive using public transportation.

    If you ride Trinity Metro to Lost ‘N Sound and purchase your ticket via the GoPass mobile app, you may receive 50% off one local day pass, which entitles you to unlimited transfers for one day on buses, TEXRail, ZIPZONE, and TRE (within Tarrant County). Use the appropriate promo code below to receive your discount. This offer is only available in GoPass. Click here for details about how to download the app.

    Promo codes are: Adult – LNS24A | Reduced* – LNS24R

    * Reduced: Available (with valid ID) for seniors 65+, persons with disabilities, Medicare card holders, youth ages 5-19 and veterans with proof of status. No ticket needed for children ages 4 and under.
    *Please note that Fort Worth Bike Sharing use is not included in a Trinity Metro day pass.

    Parking is easy in South Main Village.

    Lost 'N Sound takes place all throughout South Main Village, so there is no single arrival area but instead an entire neighborhood filled with venues. South Main Village is fortunate to have ample on-street parking along nearly every main and side street throughout the village. Most venues also offer free parking lots beside or nearby the venue. To supplement high-volume parking days, paid parking lots are located in central areas and charge only a few dollars for convenience!


    Lost 'N Sound is now seeking partners - from sponsors to in-kind donors, musicians to host venues! Learn about the different ways that you can become a Lost 'N Sound teammate.



    Venues are defined as any South Main Village business or property wishing to participate in Lost ‘N Sound by hosting live music on an event day that have formally registered with the event. Venues are responsible for booking their own music and coordinating their own music production needs. Venues are also welcome to offer other programming in addition to live music. Lost ‘N Sound management supports all participating Lost ‘N Sound venues with marketing and event coordination. Participating as a venue is free of charge at this time for all South Main Village properties.

    Lost ‘N Sound is asking South Main Village businesses to partner with the event as official venues. As a venue, we ask that you book and pay for your music and production (stage and sound) for this first season. Remember, lighter is better. There is no requirement to build a formal stage or to go overboard of big production like lights, stage banners, etc. And, while we certainly wouldn’t discourage this, it’s also not necessary to book high-profile and expensive touring musicians as your headliners. Smaller, lighter, cheaper fun is the big goal. We want as many musicians as possible to have an opportunity to play at Lost ‘N Sound. We’re asking that all participating venues offer free admission to the public on Lost ‘N Sound day. Yes, this makes it hard to recoup your investment in hiring bands, on this one specific day. For some, such as bars and restaurants, it is possible to recoup some of the money via increased sales and we know that means there is pressure on LNS management to turn out crowds to support you on event day. For others, Lost ‘N Sound is more likely your gift to the community or a marketing effort for your business, as if you were hosting an open house or client party. Either way, we are extremely grateful for your investments in helping get Lost ‘N Sound started.


    • MAIN STAGE VENUE Locations that are open to the public on a daily basis for walk-up retail purposes such as restaurants, bars, live music venues, bakeries, and other retail storefronts.
    • BACK STAGE VENUE Locations that are typically not open daily to the public for walk-up retail traffic. These locations include recording studios, film studios, office spaces, churches, salons/spas that require appointment, residences, apartment community clubhouses, or public spaces that aren’t commonly activated. These are the special spaces that the public does not expect to see live music except for Lost ‘N Sound day.
    • MARKET VENUE Locations that are willing to host a market, such as businesses with large parking lots or those with vacant land, can be matched by Lost N Sound management with one of our market coordinator partners. These trusted market producers provide a professional service of opening a call for market vendors, curating carefully those who are accepted, and organizing all market load-in and set-up on event day. If you would like to be matched with a market, please selection this venue type for your participation. Alternatively, if you have an EXISTING a partnership with a market coordinator and you would like to privately make arrangements with that partner to host a market on your property on Lost 'N Sound day, you are most welcome to do. We will promote your market as part of Lost 'N Sound day, so long as you provide all details prior to the event submission deadline.

    VENUES ARE ASKED TO BOOK MUSIC AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE. At this time, Lost 'N Sound is not able to book music or production for Lost 'N Sound Venues but we do offer lots of support. Think of Lost 'N Sound as Third Thursday for music . . . on steroids!



    Any musician playing original music, defined as music composed by the performer, is welcomed to apply for booking consideration. Musicians of all genres are welcomed to submit booking requests.

    MUSICIANS and music industry professionals, we are asking for your investment in this new event. Lost ‘N Sound is an effort to rebuild Fort Worth’s music patronage, connecting new fans to your music in an easy, approachable, community-centered event that puts you front and center. As you can see above, we’re asking venues to go out of their way to host music, pay for music, promote music. We’re hoping that Lost ‘N Sound will expand the reach of traditional venues and also raise the awareness of music’s value for non-traditional spaces where live music is rarely seen. We also feel confident that by inviting all business owners in South Main Village to book music, experiment across genres, and take risks on booking a less-familiar artist we can broaden the music ecosystem and provide more opportunity for all of Fort Worth’s talented music professionals.

    So what are we asking for specifically? Be generous when and where you can – remember, these venues are all offering free admission to see your performance so the old model of cover fees will not be their way to recoup expenses at Lost ‘N Sound. Please be considerate of this when pricing your performance. Encourage other musicians to apply and participate – we hope that the music community will see this event as their own, one where businesses are rolling out the red carpet to host music for the benefit of the musician and Fort Worth’s music scene at-large. Your partnership is appreciated to help get this new local music showcase started. Please contribute however you can.

    More than anything we want to thank you for your interest in playing Lost 'N Sound. Musicians are the purpose of Lost 'N Sound, we're eager to be great partners to you.






    Lost ‘N Sound is seeking sponsors and partners to help with financial and production needs for our inaugural season.
    As sponsors and partners come forward, we will work to match sponsors with venues for the 2024 season. This first season is can and will provide value for all. We’re asking for your help to get the concept proven so that Lost ‘N Sound management can grow this new signature event for South Main Village.

    Securing funding for the 2024 season is critically important to launching the emerging event. With partnership, we can put more artists on stages, expand our community's music repertoire across genres, support emerging talent and bolster Fort Worth's music scene with patronage. And, best yet, we can deliver major value to your company via the many benefits of partnership or sponsorship. Partners who step forward to support the inaugural season of events will be considered founding partners and will be offered first right of refusal for all future events.

    Lost ‘N Sound is a new event that will be produced by a familiar team. While we don’t have many years of Lost ‘N Sound data to offer you as proof of a good investment, you can rely on our reputation as dedicated partners with a knack for creating events that deliver big value. We’re asking for you to invest in Lost ‘N Sound, both for the immediate returns offered at each event as your sponsorship is promoted but also for the long-term benefits of being a founding partner that helped to launch one of Fort Worth’s most noteworthy events. Your sponsorships will go directly to promoting the event, putting local musicians on the stage, and keeping small locally-owned businesses front and center. Your sponsorship is a community partnership and you’re investing in the business owners, musicians, and places that make the Near Southside so special. We thank you!


    Businesses and individuals wishing to offer financial support to Lost ‘N Sound are invited to join the team as sponsors. For the 2024 season, sponsors will be matched with participating venues via Lost ‘N Sound management and upon the mutual agreement of the sponsor and the venue.

    • SEASON SPONSORS: Lost ‘N Sound Season Sponsors enjoy premium marketing benefits with logo placement on Lost ‘N Sound advertising, event signs, and posters for all four events of the season. These overarching sponsors are credited for providing the financial support that makes the Lost ‘N Sound season possible. Season Sponsors are tagged in all Lost ‘N Sound social media posts as well as logo inclusion on all print and digital advertising.
      • Presenting Sponsor - SOLD FOR 2024
      • Event Sponsor (2 available of 3) PRORATED SPONSORSHIP FOR REMAINING 3 EVENTS OFFERED AT ONLY $7,500
    • FULL-SEASON STAGE SPONSOR - Offered at $9,000 for remaining 3 events of the 2024 season – Stage Sponsors partner with a single participating South Main Village venue for the entire Lost ‘N Sound four-event season. This “stage takeover” partnership allows the venue and the sponsor to establish a full-season collaboration for stage branding, music booking, and promotional efforts to designate the venue as the official music house of said sponsor. Benefits of sponsoring a single venue for the season include investments in multi-event talent curation, reusable promotional materials such as on-site signage and stage branding, and the opportunity to establish consistency for brand awareness and targeted marketing. Example: Topo Chico Stage at Distribution Bar
    • SINGLE-EVENT STAGE SPONSOR $3,000 – Stage Sponsors underwrite the music programming at a participating venue for a single Lost ‘N Sound event. Sponsors will be paired with a participating venue and funds from the sponsorship are used to provide a talent budget for the stage, event promotion, and a stage sponsor listing in the Lost ‘N Sound digital guide. Sponsors and Venues work closely in partnership to plan for Lost ‘N Sound day. Many venues will offer Sponsors an opportunity for on-site presence at their venue during Lost ‘N Sound day and we welcome creative ideas for sponsor activation at venues. Venues are asked to tag and credit their Sponsor in all social media promotional posts related to Lost ‘N Sound for their specific sponsored event date. Lost ‘N Sound management will credit and tag sponsors in posts specifically related to their venue. Single-event stage sponsorships do not include stage branding provided by Lost ‘N Sound however sponsors are welcomed to provide their own branded materials and work directly with their venue for placement approvals.



    Businesses or individuals wishing to offer in-kind support of talent, professional services, or other valued items that support the production and/or promotion of Lost 'N Sound. Depending on the value of the in-kind contributions, partners may be offered promotional of similar or equal value.

    • SHOWCASE PARTNERSHIP – Details of this specific partnership will be established by venue and sponsor. In this unique partnership, an individual or business will partner with a venue to host a curated stage takeover. The Showcase Partner will work directly with the venue to book, promote, and coordinate all production needs for the performances on Lost ‘N Sound Day. Examples of Showcase Partnerships could be a record label hosting a showcase of musicians on their label at a Lost ‘N Sound venue or alternatively, a local musician could coordinate an all-day songwriters showcase of their friends and colleagues. Showcase Partnerships do not require the exchange of sponsor dollars but instead are co-hosting opportunities for venues to work directly with music industry professionals to curate their stage for Lost ‘N Sound. The venue agrees to host the performances and provide resources such as payment, production, etc. The Showcase Partner agrees to secure and curate talent, manage production needs before and on event date, and provide promotional support to the venue. Showcase Partners and Venues should discuss financial contributions and in-kind exchanges to ensure a mutually beneficial opportunity for all. Lost ‘N Sound management does not play a role in the business matters of these partnerships but is happy to facilitate connections.
    • DONATION OF SERVICES - If you are a generous person or company who would like to support Lost 'N Sound by offering your services free of charge or at a steeply discounted rate, boy oh boy would we love to talk to you! Services that are in need for Lost 'N Sound venues include music booking, audio equipment rentals, sound engineering, photography, stage equipment and production, lighting, printing, and advertising. Partners who donate in-kind services will be credited for their contributions and offered promotional benefits by Lost 'N Sound management or the venues they are directly supporting.
    • MARKET PARTNER - Lost 'N Sound management, working with businesses and property owners in South Main Village is assisting venues in connecting with Market Coordinators to establish a Market Partnership for a few select locations on Lost 'N Sound event days. Some venues have existing relationships with market coordinators and are independently planning for markets on Lost 'N Sound day. All markets must be affiliated with an official registered Lost 'N Sound Venue to be promoted as an official Market Partner. Market Coordinators are defined as established market businesses with an owner who regularly organizes local vendor markets, farmers markets, vintage markets, artisan markets or other curated groups. Participating market vendors would apply directly with the Market Coordinator for consideration. Market Coordinators who are interested in being matched with a venue by Lost 'N Sound management may express interest by completing the "Sponsors & Partners" inquiry form linked below.



    At this time, Lost ‘N Sound management is not seeking additional food partners for upcoming events, as we wish to prioritize sales for the existing food establishments in South Main Village. However, private venues might wish to secure a food partner/s for Lost ‘N Sound day. Because we have a robust list of food vendors who have recently applied to ArtsGoggle and Open Streets, Lost ‘N Sound management will use these existing applications for referrals for any venues seeking food partnership. Food vendors are welcome to contact venues directly for partnership inquiries. OVER TIME, we hope that Lost 'N Sound grows to welcome thousands to South Main Village on event day, and when that does occur we'll be eager to launch a food vendor application to invite mobile food vendors into the fun!


    Lost 'N Sound management, working with businesses and property owners in South Main Village is assisting venues in connecting with Market Coordinators to establish a Market Partnership for a few select locations on Lost 'N Sound event days. Some venues have existing relationships with market coordinators and are independently planning for markets on Lost 'N Sound day. All markets must be affiliated with an official registered Lost 'N Sound Venue to be promoted as an official Market Partner. Market Coordinators are defined as established market businesses with an owner who regularly organizes local vendor markets, farmers markets, vintage markets, artisan markets or other curated groups.

    Market Coordinators that are interested in being matched with a venue by Lost 'N Sound management may express interest by reviewing the Partnership Opportunities outlined above and completing the "Sponsors & Partners" inquiry form.

    Market Vendors must apply directly with Market Coordinators for consideration. Market Coordinators will publish their own calls to apply via their own social networks.


    OVER TIME, Lost ‘N Sound management hopes to secure season sponsors to support event marketing and stage sponsors for all participating venues. As sponsors are secured, we will work to match sponsors with venues for the 2024 season. For 2025, we hope to secure all sponsors in advance of the season launch. We will host a happy hour event prior to the season where sponsors will be matched with venues via a sponsor lottery! Imagine a scenario where prior to the happy hour all venues register for the season. Assuming we have 30 participating venues signed up for 2025, Near Southside works to secure 30 full-season stage sponsors. Then, at the happy hour with all partners present, a drawing is held to match all full-season Stage Sponsors with full-season Venues! Sponsors and Venues then can work together preparing for the season to plan music booking, sponsor activations, branding, promotions, and other fun partnership opportunities. Each year, sponsors could potentially be matched with new venues. As sponsor demand increases, Main Stage Venues could be matched with Main Stage Sponsors and Back Stage Venues could be matched with Back Stage Sponsors – helping to curate the types of sponsors that are a good fit for each unique type of venue but still participating in a lottery-style process for the matchmaking.

    This first season is vital to helping provide value for all. We’re asking for your help to get the concept proven so that Lost ‘N Sound management can work towards securing the venues and sponsors needed to make 2025 huge!


    Meet 'Mic', our trusty Lost 'N Sound mascot! Limited edition Lost 'N Sound tee shirts will be available at select participating venues for only $20! Thanks to our partners at Printed Threads for donating these event shirts to help our venues off-set the costs of music booking. Since (almost) all of the Lost 'N Sound music is free, your shirt purchase helps raise money for venues to continue booking music for future Lost 'N Sound events.

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    Lost ‘N Sound is a community partnership in South Main Village produced by Near Southside, Inc. and Near Southside Arts. The Near Southside team has a long history of producing community events such as ArtsGoggle, Friday on the Green, Open Streets, PARK(ing) Day, and various other community festivals and celebrations over the organization’s three decades. Learn more about our organizations below.


    • Branding for Lost ‘N Sound, universally used by all partners to create event brand cohesion and maximize event awareness
    • Marketing assets that participating venues, sponsors, and musicians have access to use for their individual promotions.
    • Advertising such as posters, print and digital ad placement, and social media promotions.
    • Event materials including venue signs, shuttle signs, and the Lost ‘N Sound digital guide
    • Event coordination to keep all partners working towards a common goal. The Near Southside team (Lost ‘N Sound Management) has an extensive background in music booking, stage production, and event planning. We are happy to lend our expertise and offer referrals or guidance to support your participation in Lost ‘N Sound.
    • Music database that all venues can use to browse musician profiles, availability, and fees. This provides interested musicians with exposure to those looking to book music. It also provides venues with an easy tool to source and review music to make booking a cinch.
    • Venue scheduling database where all participating venues can submit their music line-ups to avoid cross-booking conflicts and ensure an even flow of programming across all event hours. Venues are then able to see if musicians have already been secured by other participating venues and can potentially identify genres of music that are not being offered elsewhere.
    • Free shuttle service operating on an established north/south route will offer Lost ‘N Sound patrons hop-on and hop-off transportation along South Main Street on event day. In partnership with Trinity Metro, the first Lost ‘N Sound shuttle will utilize a dedicated fleet of Zipzone minivans.
    • Coalition building to encourage all partners to invest in this new signature event for South Main Village that has the potential to become a landmark community festival in Fort Worth.
    • Lost ‘N Sound provides an opportunity for local musicians to grow their audience, build partnership with new venues, and showcase their musical talent. Lost ‘N Sound is a non-profit effort founded in support of Fort Worth’s music community. Our goals include fostering new music patronage, demonstrating the value of live music in traditional and unexpected spaces, and offering exposure to musicians across genres and experience levels.
    • Lost ‘N Sound aims to support the Near Southside’s South Main Village business and property owners. The creation of Lost ‘N Sound as a South Main Village signature event offers the potential to draw large crowds and bolster patronage. Lost ‘N Sound is built upon the district’s existing culture of small business ownership, arts investment, diversity, and community.



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    Lost 'N Sound is produced by Near Southside Arts, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, in partnership with sister non-profit organization Near Southside, Inc., in partnership with South Main Village businesses and property owners.


    Near Southside, Inc. (NSI) is a private, member-funded, 501(c)4 non-profit redevelopment organization created in 1996 by a group of dedicated community leaders. For more than two decades members of NSI have continued to guide the district's revitalization through their participation.

    Your dues provide critical financial support for the ongoing work of our organization. NSI initiates marketing and redevelopment programs to create a vibrant urban village where people live, work, and play within an inviting and diverse community in Fort Worth's Near Southside.

    Membership dues will be renewed annually in the month in which you have registered. A renewal invoice will be sent 30 days prior to the month of your membership anniversary. This is not a tax-deductible donation, but may be a deductible business expense. W-9 forms will be provided at your request. We thank you for your interest in membership. Our members are our most valuable resource in the ongoing exchange of information and ideas to build and sustain the Near Southside.

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    Near Southside Arts is a community-led effort to foster and celebrate the creative assets of Fort Worth’s Near Southside. We are a vibrant and diverse community exploring, discovering and connecting unique and personalized experiences.

    For over two decades, the Near Southside has placed cultural investment at the center of its revitalization. The district hosts arts-centric community events including ArtsGoggle, Open Streets, Friday on the Green, and Park(ing) Day that together attract over 100,000 attendees from around North Texas and beyond annually. In addition, the Near Southside is home to many of Fort Worth’s notable live theaters, music venues, recording studios, film and video production studios, and art schools. As a state-designated cultural district, our specially-designated ecosystem supports all manners of creative pursuit. Your people are here.

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    Director of Events + Communications

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    Events + Projects Manager

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    Creative Director

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    Business and Office Manager

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    Thanks for your interest in, and support of, Lost 'N Sound. If you're searching for information that isn't on this website, we need to ask for your patience as Lost 'N Sound is a new event and we're building its bones in real time. We are updating the website as details become available. It's a daily job for this inaugural season so watch for regular updates.

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    • Sponsorships or donations! Oh yes friends, like any true non-profit we are eager to take those emails and promise you'll get a super fast-response.
    • Time sensitive requests that will make or break your decision about participating in Lost 'N Sound. If you need to know now, email us and we'll do our best to help answer your question.
    • Weird stuff. If your questions relates to something that isn't part of the "traditional event outline above" then let's talk about it now so that we can decide if it is a good fit for partnership.
    • Good ideas. Listen, we're smart enough to know that we haven't thought of allllll the good ideas ourselves. So, if you have a solid suggestion to offer Lost 'N Sound, let's hear it. We're growing as we go and we need all the brainpower we can get.

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