Enjoy Arlington: Big Events to Look Forward to in Winter, Spring 2020
By Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Posted on January 16, 2020, January 16, 2020

January is the perfect time to take a look at the year ahead. And it's easy to see, 2020 is going to be a big one in Arlington. The first half of the year is full of baseball, concerts, art shows and more. Here are some of the top attractions this winter and spring.


The immersive art experience is open near Globe Life Park through Feb. 1. There are shows just for families plus a nightclub experience for adults 21 and older. PY1 is open through February.

"Bee-lieve It or Not" at River Legacy Park

Learn what makes a honeybee a honeybee, why pollinators are important and which animals can pollinate through an interactive video game experience at River Legacy Park. The exhibit is open through Feb. 21.

PBR Global Cup at AT&T Stadium

The Professional Bull Riders brings the ultimate international bull riding event to AT&T Stadium! It’s the PBR Winstar World Casino & Resort Global Cup, an intense, two-day bucking battle for global dominance and national pride. Led by fourteen of the United States’ top bull riders, and coached by former PBR World Champions, Team USA will battle against Teams Brazil, Mexico, Canada, and Australia for bragging rights and the honor of being named the world's best. The Americans have won it before, but can they win it on home turf? See for yourself Feb. 15 and 16.

Monster Energy Supercross Racing at AT&T Stadium

Experience the most competitive and highest-profile off-road motorcycle racing championship in the world at AT&T Stadium Feb. 22.

Monster Jam

Monster trucks and nonstop fun are on the agenda Feb. 29 at Monster Jam. See fan favorites, including the great Grave Digger, complete impossible feats in the incomparable AT&T Stadium.

RFD-TV's "The American" Rodeo

Mark your calendars now to attend the World’s Richest Weekend in Western Sports for The American on March 7 and 8. The industry’s most talented athletes compete in qualifying events all year long in the hopes of earning a chance to rope and ride in this incredible annual rodeo event, hosted at AT&T Stadium.

Chris Stapleton at Globe Life Field 

Chris Stapleton and Willie Nelson headline the first-ever event at the new Rangers' ballpark March 14.

Mexican National Soccer Team at AT&T Stadium

Catch all the action as Mexico’s soccer stars return to AT&T Stadium for the third year in a row as part of their U.S. Tour. The team takes on Greece March 29.

Spring Break at Six Flags Over Texas 

What says spring break like a trip to Six Flags? Hop on your favorite rides and grab some delicious treats as you make a lifetime of memories.

Texas Rangers Home Opener 

This is a game for the history books. The Rangers begin their new era at Globe Life Field when the Angels come to town March 31.

Symphony Arlington Concert 

See Symphony Arlington perform with trumpet player Nathan Little and guest conductor Pascual Osa. The performance is April 16 at Arlington Music Hall.

Kenny Chesney at AT&T Stadium

He is one of country music's biggest stars, and no one does a stadium show like Kenny Chesney. See for yourself April 18. 

Dance Music Festival at Globe Life Park

The Ubbi Dubbi Festival celebrates all things electronic music. Put your dancing shoes on April 18 and 19. 

Inaugural Vandergriff Art Festival 

Explore 200 quality fine artists booths and enjoy live music, food and more. It's a weekend of art at Vandergriff Park May 1-3.

Opening Day at Hurricane Harbor 

Make a splash when Hurricane Harbor opens May 2. 2020 brings the opening of a new ride — the Banzai Pipeline. 

"The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr." at Theatre Arlington

Kids get their time in the spotlight this spring during Theatre Arlington's all-youth musical production. "The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr." runs May 8-24.

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