Foxy Productions; Samuel Culp, Will Roth and William Rakkar, introduce for a second time, Party at The Post II an Art/Music expo in Fort Worth’s Eastside. The expo brought awareness and opportunities to some of DFW’s local resident artists and musicians. With the help of several vendors, the party catered local patrons at The Post at River East on 2925 Race Street in Fort Worth.
After the success of last month’s Post Party, put together by the Foxy Productions trio, the company seems to be making the event a monthly affair — giving more opportunities to publicize local artists and musicians.
The approximate 300 attendees response at last month’s Party at the Post seems to have made an impact on the DFW community.
With free admittance and or donations, patrons enjoyed artisan beer from Arlington’s Division Brewery, as well as craft hot dogs from Fort Worth’s Magnolia St. hot dog vendors, Bentley’s.
Live music from local musicians and original creative artwork was featured at last months event. Much like the previous April Party, which featured works of Dallas’ artist Urban Castro and Cartoonist/Artist, Brad Albright Illustrations. The event will feature several new artists of different creative media and artistic medium for public viewing and sale in support of the featured local up-and-coming artists.
As well, the art-like venue will provide patrons with a comfortable atmosphere and outside back patio.
Live musical performers included:
Kyoto Lo FI at 8 p.m.
Matt McNeal at 9p.m.
and headliners: VVoes at 10p.m.
The list of Artists of Party at The Post included:
Whitney McCaddon of Cricks and Franks uses traditional embroidery and cross-stitch to create adorable and offensive wall decor!