Spring in the Dallas Arts District


Hello, Spring! There is no better way to celebrate the arrival of the beautiful spring weather than by visiting the Dallas Arts District – events in the Arts District are plentiful this spring! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at one of the beautiful Dallas Arts District restaurants and bars. Whether you prefer to stroll through an art exhibit or watch a breathtaking live show, the Dallas Arts District has an event for you this spring. This month the arts district boasts comedians, sculptors, painters, actors, singers, dancers, bands and so much more! There is something for everyone in March.

33 Things to do in the Dallas Arts District in March

  • The ARTISAN Terrace will capture the spring sunshine and give you an incredible view of the arts district! Keep an eye on our event calendar – we will have live music on the Terrace throughout the month!

  • Klyde Warren Park is a great place to see the Dallas skyline. AdEx leads a 20-minute Standing Tour of the Downtown Dallas’ Historic Architecture every Saturday.

  • The arts in Dallas continue with an exquisite exhibition, Women Artists in Europe from Monarchy to Modernism, focusing on women’s artistic contributions from the late 18th through the early 20th The exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art runs through June 9th.

  • Watch the distinctive dance moves in Kyle Abraham’s A.I.M. by TITAS Presents March 1st and 2nd at Moody Performance Hall.

  • Your kids can create with larger than life soft blocks at Imagination Playground on the Great Lawn at Klyde Warren Park, every day in March.


  • The Dallas Museum of Art presents Asian Textiles: Art and Trade Along the Silk Road. Garments and ornamental hangings from India, Central Asia, China, and Japan are on exhibit through May 19th.

  • Modernity and the City compile the works of several early 20th-century European artists. Their combined works present a powerful expose on industrialization’s impact on urban life. See this fascinating exhibit through April 7th at the Dallas Museum of Art.

  • The Dallas Opera presents Puccini’s Manon Lescaut, in which a woman stands between two choices that will shape her life. Presented March 1st, 3rd, 6th, and 9th.

  • A collection gathered from around the world, Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist is on exhibit in the Dallas Museum of Art through May 26.

  • The Winspear Opera House announces a performance by well-known comedian Amy Schumer on March 2nd.

  • The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center presents Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, through March 3rd. Crowd favorite Karen Gomyo is the featured artist.

  • The Nasher Sculpture Center is proud to be the first museum to feature the compiled works of contemporary genius Sterling Ruby in Sterling Ruby: Sculpture, through April 21st.

  • Your children will love Music and Stories with KidsWorks with fun stories, music, and movement at the Dallas Morning News Reading and Games Room in Klyde Warren Park, March 5th and 12th.

  • The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center hosts the Annual McDermott Lectureship to Host Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Anthony Doerr on March 5th.

  • Don’t miss The Keir Collection of Islamic Art Gallery at the Dallas Museum of Art through April 26th of 2020. This huge exhibit of private collections is a rare find.

  • The Dallas Theater Center presents The Wolves, a sensitive yet bold tale about a high school girls’ soccer team and their fierce desire to succeed in athletics and life. See this inspiring play March 6th through April 14th.

  • Pines of Rome and Strauss Don Juan will be performed by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Mendelssohn, Respighi and Strauss shine, March 7th through 10th.

  • March 14th through 16th, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Mahler’s Titan Symphony and Schulmann’s Piano Concerto, conducted by Jaap Van Zweden and featuring Louis Lortie on piano.

  • The Chieftains featuring Paddy Moloney and Special Guests are live on stage at the AT&T Performing Arts Center on March 15th. Enjoy their rich sound as they perform modern renditions of classic Irish music just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

  • La Boheme, Puccini’s masterpiece of love and its cost are presented by the Dallas Opera March 15th, 17th, 20th, 23rd, 29th, and 31st.

  • On March 16th, follow the Dallas Black Dance Theatre in Dancing Beyond Borders – West at the W.E. Scott Theater.

  • My DSO Concert on March 16th was created for people on the autism spectrum or with developmental disabilities. This Dallas Symphony Orchestra performance features familiar classics.

  • Learn about the most listened to podcast in history, Serial, as the creators’ dish on the details in Creating Serial: An Evening with Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, March 19th at Winspear Opera House.

  • Talk with Carol Burnett as she interacts with her audience in Carol Burnett: An Evening of Laughter and Reflection Where the Audience Asks the Questions, March 21st and 22nd at Winspear Opera House.

  • You are in for a treat with Ravel’s Bolero and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4, March 21st through 24th, at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.

  • Meet Wil B. and Kev Marcus, the string players in Black Violin as they present Black Violin: Impossible Tour at Strauss Square on March 23rd. Classical and hip hop music combine for a night of great music and breaking cultural barriers.

  • Tap Dogs performs at Winspear Opera House on March 24th. This is not your mama’s tap show, this is tap dancing on overdrive. Be prepared for anything in this unpredictable, unforgettable show.

  • The Dallas Museum of Art is proud to be the first to host the works of Jonas Wood, March 24th through July 14th.

  • Meet and interact with Karamo Brown, a beloved culture expert on Queer Eye, as he coaches the audience to happiness in Karamo Live! on March 28th in the Winspear Opera House.

  • Join the fun at Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night in the AT&T Performance Center, Dee & Charles Wyly Theater. This tale of love and pretense runs March 29th through April 28th.

  • TITAS Presents Ezralow Dance at the Moody Performance Hall March 29th through 30th.

  • Leslie Odom, Jr. is at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra March 29th through 31st. This award-winning performer will dazzle with Broadway, jazz and other favorites.

  • Ali Wong: The Milk and Money Tour comes to the Winspear Opera House on March 30th and April 1st. The standup comedian is widely known for her Netflix specials Hard Knock Wife and Baby Cobra.

The Artisan is located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District at the KPMG Plaza at Hall Arts. Our market-style restaurant offers a stylish and fun environment where guests can enjoy fresh, locally-sourced foods prepared on-site daily by our incredible culinary team.

The Terrace Bar is the perfect setting to enjoy handcrafted cocktails, premium wines, and local craft beers with an incredible view of the beautiful Dallas Arts District. Visitors to the Hall Arts Plaza can enjoy bistro-style coffee service provided by The Artisan at our modern kiosk, located in the lobby of the KPMG Tower.

Our beautiful event spaces at the Terrace Bar and Sculpture Walk host upscale gatherings for our corporate clients, social events, and the arts community.Experienced event planners available through G Texas Catering. Supplies available through The Party Resource.