March Happenings Around Town

By fyi50+
March 14, 2023

Experience these events happening around town in March! 


Cowtown Goes Green is Fort Worth’s largest and most family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Stockyards National Historic District. Enjoy this annual community-wide celebration of Irish culture with a western twist featuring armadillo races, lawn games, pony rides, old-west gunfight shows, cloggers, and dance troops. Make sure to come dressed in green, and don’t miss all the rodeo action inside Cowtown Coliseum.

Where: Fort Worth Stockyards | 130 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth,

When:  Sat. Mar. 18, 10 am – 8 pm | 1:30 pm, Stockyards Championship Rodeo | 4pm, western parade | 11:30 am & 4:30 pm, cattle drive along Exchange Ave.



Sit a spell with Einstein | Sculpture by Gary Lee Price | Photo by Heidi Frankel

Dallas Blooms is bursting with colorful spring flowers from 100 varieties of spring bulbs, thousands of azaleas, and hundreds of Japanese cherry trees. Amongst the blooms, renowned sculptor Gary Lee Price returns with a new sculpture collection of Great Contributors bronze statues placed in the garden. Joining the resident sculpture of William Shakespeare visit with Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa, Ruby Bridges, Mark Twain, and Albert Einstein. The festival also features cooking and floral demonstrations, daily tastings, live music on the weekends, and many other special events for all to enjoy.

Where: The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden | 8525 Garland Rd., Dallas

When:   Now – Sun. Apr. 16



Circus Vazquez features a cast of international superstars under the circus’ distinctive climate-controlled blue and white tent in an all-new production.

Ringmaster Memo Vazquez, a third-generation performer, presides over the festivities as the amiable host who sometimes finds himself getting in on the act. Ukraine’s award-winning clown, Housh ma Housch, will elicit many laughs with his unique brand of outrageous comedy. The Reyes Brothers, from Chile, demonstrate their fast-paced juggling prowess.

You will be amazed by the acrobatic artistry of the Legion M Teeterboard Troupe, direct from Mongolia. The unicycle master Pavel Valabertini will keep audiences on the edge of their seat as he builds up to a 15-wheel vertical cycle. High above the circus ring, trapeze artist Camilla Palma from Chile presents a heart-pounding and breathtaking aerial display.

India’s Hasan Ansari showcases his extreme agility in the rarely seen Palo Hindu act. Ukraine’s Bingo Troupe brings an exciting mix of lively dance and acrobatic performances. Throughout the show, the live Circus Vazquez Band weaves together a magnificent musical tapestry accompanying each act.

Where: Riders Field | 7300 Roughriders Trail, Frisco

When:   Fri. Mar. 17 – Mon. Apr. 3 | Visit website for times



CELTIC ANGELS celebrates everything Irish with the energetic, exciting young stars of the Celtic Angels Ireland tour in the U.S. featuring award-winning Irish and World Champion Singers, dancers, and musicians. Celtic Angels is a theatrical feast for all ages with over 30 Irish traditional and contemporary tunes masterfully intertwined and performed entirely live by the Trinity Ensemble, the Heavenly Celtic Angels, and the Dynamic Celtic Knights Dancers. The spectacular Celtic Angels Ireland is guaranteed to entertain and delight.

Where: The Eisemann Center | 2351 Performance Dr., Richardson

When:   Sun. Mar. 19 | Visit the website for performance times



Bach in the Subways at Mockingbird Station is a special concert featuring music from Johann Sebastian Bach in collaboration with WRR Classical 101 and KERA, University Crossing, and Bridge the Gap Chamber Players, a music organization comprised of musicians from Southern Methodist University.

In celebration of Bach’s 338th birthday, Bridge the Gap, along with orchestra students from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and members of the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra, will join thousands of musicians across the world for the annual tradition of performing Bach in public – subways, parks, cafés, zoos, and other public spaces.

Where: Mockingbird Station Shopping Ctr | 5307 E Mockingbird Ln., Dallas

When:  Thurs. Mar.30 | 4 pm



Grab your tickets NOW for The Vocal Majority’s Spring concert. Their fans have spoken about what they want, and the VM has listened! The inspiring lineup will ensure you’ll experience the beautiful harmony that the Vocal Majority puts into a world that needs more unity. Sung by over 100+ voices, these internationally acclaimed voices always deliver a feel-good performance.

Where: The Eisemann Center | 2351 Performance Dr., Richardson

When:  Sat. Apr. 1 — 2 pm & 7 pm | Sun. Apr. 2 — 2 pm, Matinee


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