The famous roadhouse-style barbecue steak, brisket, and ribs are only part of the story at Billy Bob’s, dubbed the world’s largest honky tonk. More than 6,000 people can squeeze into the Fort Worth venue to watch country music concerts, hit the dance floor, dine at the restaurant, play arcade games, or watch a bull riding contest.
Billy Bob’s Texas Honky Tonk offers several experiences and ticket options. General admission to the dance club also includes standing room in the showroom during concerts. Reserved seating during concerts includes club entrance. A bull riding show may be included with your advanced ticket, or you may purchase it separately. Book your entrance ahead of time to avoid the hassle of waiting in line at the ticket office.
Things to Know Before You Go
Billy Bob’s Texas Honky Tonk is a must-visit for families and first-time Texas visitors.
Guests over 18 might be asked to present a valid government issued ID to enter.
Billy Bob’s is wheelchair accessible, and handicapped parking is available.
How to Get There
Billy Bob’s Texas Honky Tonk sits in the northwest corner of the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District, just north of downtown Fort Worth. The easiest way to get there is to drive; there’s plenty of on-site parking.
When to Get There
Billy Bob’s is open daily throughout the year. The best time to visit depends largely on what experience you want to have and what the performance calendar looks like. It’s a good idea to check the calendar in advance of your trip. Bull riding performances take place on Friday and Saturday nights.
Dance Lessons at Billy Bob’s
Texas two-stepping and line dancing are a big part of the experience at Billy Bob’s. Luckily, you don’t have to be a pro to put on those dancing shoes and get in on the fun. Couples can show up on Sunday and Monday nights for couples dance lessons, while line dancing lessons take place each Thursday night.