Five Fortress Festival Photo Galleries / by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

 RTJ bringing down the house - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

RTJ bringing down the house - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Fortress Festival Brings "Wow" Factor to Fort Worth

The inaugural Fortress Festival turned out to be as visually-pleasing as it was musically-pleasing.

Between the psychedelic visuals of the Will Rogers stage and The Modern stage's unique floating platform, our collective eyeballs experienced one heck of a weekend!  

Speaking of, we hope you enjoyed (er, survived) our live social media updates throughout the weekend!

FWN had two orangutans embedded at Fortress Festival to keep you posted on all the action in real-time (geez, you're welcome! orangutans are very expensive to feed ya know).

We'll have a wrap up feature posted soon as well.. there are lots of stories to tell :) 

In the meantime, kickback, relax and soak it up Fort Worth; you deserve it!  

All photos by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Run The Jewels 

 Run The Jewels dominated the inaugural Fortress Festival - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Run The Jewels dominated the inaugural Fortress Festival - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Peter Hook & The Light 

 Peter Hook & The Light lit up The Modern stage - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Peter Hook & The Light lit up The Modern stage - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Slowdive 

 Slowdive shoe-gazed Fort Worth w/ a breathtaking performance - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Slowdive shoe-gazed Fort Worth w/ a breathtaking performance - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Golden Dawn Arkestra 

 GDA danced under the Sun on The Modern stage - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

GDA danced under the Sun on The Modern stage - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats 

 NRATNS grooved up Fort Worth - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

NRATNS grooved up Fort Worth - Photo Credit: Prewitt Scott-Jackson

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about the word writer person:

Prewitt Scott-Jackson writes Dad poetry & short fiction when he's not hyping and typing for Fort Worth Noise. His writing can be found in Ghost City Press (New York), Five 2 One Magazine (Los Angeles), and Sick Lit Magazine (Texas), among others. He prefers short walks on the beach because – and I quote – “It’s really hard to walk on sand.”