- Trinity Irish Dance – A fusion of Ireland’s longest standing dance form, adding American elements, Trinity Irish Dance Company dazzles audiences with its power, aerial grace and agility. The company expands the audience’s Irish dance horizons, revealing its limitless possibilities. Performance held on both March 3 and 4 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $26.
- North Texas Irish Festival – One of the largest Irish festivals in the U.S., the North Texas Irish Festival features live music, dancing, storytelling, cooking demonstrations, horse shows, sheep herding demonstrations, beer and whiskey tastings and more! Enjoy the festivities both indoors and outdoors, in Fair Park. The event will be held from March 3-5. Tickets starting at $15.
- Mendelssohns “Lobgesang” – Also known as his “Symphony No. 2,” Mendelssohn described “Lobgesang” as a “symphonic cantata,” and begins with three movements with a cantata-like structure for chorus, solo voices and orchestra. March 2-5. Tickets starting at $19.
- Dallas Art Book Fair – Dallas Contemporary presents Dallas Art Book Fair, featuring Texas-based artists, Dallas-Fort Worth bookstores and institutions with offerings that range from zines to prints, exhibition catalogs, art books and more. The event will include talks with writers and publishers, music and performance, screen printing and multiple food and beverage vendors. This will be held March 4 at 11 a.m. Admission is free.
- Art Show – Celebrate National Women’s month! Kettle Art will feature the skills of Kettle founding artist Havi Frost in this exhibition. Sarah Boskamp, an Austin-based surrealist, will be paired with local favorites, professional shadow box artist Erin Curry and yarn artist Corey Godfrey. This will be held on March 4, and the exhibition is free. The exhibition runs through Sunday, March 26.
- Harry Potter Experience – “Potted Potter” condenses all seven “Harry Potter” books — and a real-life game of Quidditch — into 70 hilarious minutes. All your favorite characters are included, a special appearance from a fire-breathing dragon, endless costumes, jokes, songs, props and a generous helping of Hogwarts magic plus lots of mayhem. Tickets starting $45. Performances will be held March 3-5.
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