The historic Pioneer Tower on Fort Worth’s west side has stood tall for 85 years, but no one has ever seen it the way they will this weekend.
The 204-foot-tall tower, which skies above the Will Rogers Memorial Center, will become a canvas for projected artworks starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, August 20.
The artworks were commissioned by the City of Fort Worth and will be projected on all four sides of Pioneer Tower.
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The event is free to attend, but visitors are encouraged to reserve a one-hour time slot ahead of time. That can be done here.