Music Fun for the Little Ones

Introducing a new music series designed specifically for our smallest residents, the Irving Concert Series 4 Kids brings live entertainment to the toddlers and preschoolers of Irving! These Thursday morning concerts feature fun performances by top children’s music groups from across the country. Children ages 5 and younger are invited to sing, dance and learn at these interactive shows.

The gates of the Irving Soccer Complex open at 9 a.m., allowing children to enjoy the covered playground, free balloons, craft activity and concession stand before the 45-minute show begins. Parking and admission are free. In the event of inclement weather, shows will be moved to an indoor location.

Parents, be sure to fill out a survey at each show to be entered in drawings for complimentary tickets to Medieval Times!

Please Note:

  • Limited covered seating is available, and attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
  • Outside food and beverage are permitted, however there is a concession stand available.
  • All children must be supervised by an adult at all times.
  • Restrooms are available on-site.
  • Smoking and pets are prohibited at this event.
  1. Schedule
  2. April 27
  3. May 25
  4. June 22

2017 Series Schedule

April 27 Mister G Irving Soccer Complex
May 25 Big Bang Boom Irving Soccer Complex
June 22 AndyRoo Irving Soccer Complex

Inclement Weather Plan

Concerts are rain or shine events.  If inclement weather creates a potentially unsafe outdoor environment, concerts will be  moved to an indoor location. If the Inclement Weather Plan is put into effect for a concert, the listing above will be updated to indicate the change in venue.

Should this happen, attendees will still enjoy free parking and admission. Indoor seating will be provided, and there will be no concession stand (attendees may bring food from home).


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