We’re ready to JAM OUT with you at Bedford Beats and Eats Fest on Saturday, September 2 at Generations Park at Boys Ranch, 2801 Forest Ridge Dr. This festival is free to attend!
Free parking and shuttle service will be provided from Pennington Field (1501 Central Dr.) to Generations Park at Boys Ranch. Shuttle service will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 2.
After parking at Pennington Field, please walk across the parking lot to the entrance of the Gene A. Buinger Career and Technical Education Academy (1849 Central Dr.). Shuttles will be picking up and dropping off festival attendees from this location, and running back and forth continuously between Generations Park and Pennington Field.
In addition to the free shuttle service, there will be free public parking at Bedford City Hall (2000 Forest Ridge Dr.), City Hall Building C (1805 L. Don Dodson Dr.), in the green space located across from City Hall - Building C, Old Bedford School (2400 School Lane), and Fort Worth Community Credit Union (1905 Forest Ridge Dr.). There will be NO on-site public parking at Generations Park at Boys Ranch or the Bedford Public Library.
View additional details on parking, including ride share information, handicap parking, and more.
What’s a festival without the food?! You will definitely have plenty to choose from during the festival. From turkey legs, nachos, and smoked brisket, to fried pickles, egg rolls, and funnel cakes, View all the food trucks that will be dishing out goodies.
Vintage Car Show
Time Machine Car Shows will be putting on a vintage car show from 2 to 6 p.m. during the festival.
Interested in participating? Registration will take place the day of the event, September 2, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Bedford City Hall – Building A (2000 Forest Ridge Dr.). There will be no on-site registration at Generations Park at Boys Ranch.
Registration is $20 per vehicle. Due to the size of the space, the first 50 cars to register will be able to participate in the car show. After registering, participants will wait at City Hall and the Bedford Police Department will provide an escort to the venue.
Around 6 p.m., two awards will be presented to participants – a “Best In Show” awarded by the Mayor of Bedford and “Best In Show” awarded by the Bedford Fire and Police Chief.
At the conclusion of the car show, there will be set times to remove your car from the festival grounds. If you do not remove your car during these times, the car will not be allowed to exit Generations Park at Boys Ranch until after the festival is over.
View more information and an event FAQ for Bedford Beats and Eats Fest.