The events keep marching on throughout the month. From book-lovin’ to boot-scootin’ and everything in between, Irving’s event lineup is in full spring! You’ll want to take note of all the fun happenings this month. Here are just a few events we are looking forward to.
Saturday, March 4 - Sunday, March 5 | Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas | 500 W. Las Colinas Blvd.
Book lovers, you won’t want to miss this festival! The North Texas Teen Book Festival takes over the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas the first weekend of March. Attendees will find diverse author panels and keynote speakers like Angeline Boulley, Melissa de la Cruz and R.L. Stine, among others! What makes the fest even better? It’s free to attend!
Saturday, March 18 | Toyota Music Factory | 316 West Las Colinas Blvd.
No luck is needed here! Irving’s St. Patrick’s Day Run is open to all. The 5k is for runners, walkers and joggers alike, so gear up with your favorite green attire and hit the pavement through the city’s scenic route. Run benefits the Irving Schools Foundation. Register here.
Derek Spence, George Strait Tribute
Saturday, March 11 | Irving Arts Center | 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Put on your cowboy boots for a night of singing and dancing to the tunes of the King of Country. Derek Spence hits the stage at the Irving Arts Center with some of George Strait’s greatest hits. You’ll want to be “Here for a Good Time!” Tickets are available for purchase online.
The Sneaker Travelers
Sunday, March 19 | Irving Las Colinas Convention Center | 500 W. Las Colinas Blvd.
Sneakerheads will want to mark this event on their calendars! Put on your favorite kicks and head to the Sneaker Travelers convention at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas for a full day of buying, selling, and trading sneakers. General admission tickets are $20 and can be purchased online.
Night of the Mayas: Musical Tour of the Mayan Culture and Texas Guitar Quartet
Saturday, March 25 | Irving Arts Center | 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Enjoy a night out with the Texas Guitar Quartet at the Irving Arts Center and the musical presentation, Night of the Mayas. Presented by the Irving Symphony Orchestra, this concert highlights Mayan culture. It is based on the 1939 documentary, “Night of the Mayas” which portrayed Mayan life through the sounds of Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas. Tickets are available for purchase online.
Make sure to check out our calendar of events to stay updated on all events in the city!