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Special Events

The City of Irvine's Community Services Department 
hosts a variety of Special Events including
Concerts, Ceremonies, the Irvine Global Village Festival,
Pet Adoptions and more.
Please check back periodically for updates.

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Studio Arts Festival
The Irvine Fine Arts Center hosts the annual Studio Arts Festival on June 6. The juried Festival will showcase more than 100 Southern California artists and their original works of art.

Date & Time

Event & Link

Location & Contact

Monday
May 11
Summer Edition of Inside Irvine and Registration Begins!
The summer edition of Inside Irvine is now online and arrives in homes the week of May 4! This edition features articles on the benefits of adopting a pet, pool safety and summer hikes. Additional features include a report on the Great Park, Special Olympics and the Solar Decathlon. Don’t forget to check out the hundreds of class offerings, programs and camps within the Activity Guide portion of the magazine; registration begins May 11. Click here to view Inside Irvine online or check your mailbox for a print copy.
irvinequickreg.org
Summer Inside Irvine
Saturday
June 6
9-5 p.m.
Studio Arts Festival
The Irvine Fine Arts Center will host the annual Studio Arts Festival. The juried Festival will showcase more than 100 Southern California artists and their original works of art in ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, painting, photography, fiber and glass. The Festival will also feature music, art demonstrations and food – including ice cream sundaes serviced in handmade collectible ceramic bowls. Free admission and parking. More info
Irvine Fine Arts Center
14321 Yale Avenue
Irvine CA 92604
949-724-6880
Saturday
June 6
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
2/11 Marine Adoption Committee Car Wash
Support the men and women of Irvine's adopted Marine battalion, based in Camp Pendleton.
Mike Ward Community Park-Woodbridge
Alton & Lake
Sunday
June 7
10-4 p.m.
Orange County Super Pet Adoption
This 9th annual event features more than 500 homeless dogs, cats and rabbits for adoption and includes a silent auction, opportunity drawing, low-cost microchipping and free advice from veterinarians and dog trainers. Admission is $1.
Irvine Animal Care Center
6443 Oak Canyon
Irvine CA 92618
949-724-4470
Saturday
June 13
6-10 p.m.
D.A.R.E. Movie Night 
Come on out for this D.A.R.E. sponsored event and enjoy a motion picture on the outdoor movie screen in Heritage Park. The Irvine Police Department and Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) will bring lots of cool vehicles to check out. This family event includes bounce houses, a snack bar and field games provided by the Mobile Recreation Program. The movie begins at dusk. Bring lawn chairs or blankets.
Heritage Community Park
Walnut & Yale
Friday
June 26
9-12 a.m. to noon
Senior Fitness Expo
Take control of your health and fitness! This free event will include health screenings, nutrition information, presentations, demonstrations and a wide variety of the latest health and fitness products.
Rancho Senior Center
3 Ethel Coplen Way
Irvine CA 92612
Saturday
July 4
Gates Open: 3 p.m.
Concert on the Green & Fireworks Festival
The Irvine Police Association is hosting its 31st annual Concert on the Green & Fireworks Festival featuring live music, activities, and fireworks. Admission at the door is $15/adult (14 & older) and $10/children and seniors. Advanced ticket sales are available until July 3; families can save up to $25 with a Family Pass(good for 2 adults and 4 children-advance sales only). Food will be available for purchase at the event.
Irvine High School Stadium
Walnut & Yale
Click here for more information
Sunday
July 12, 26
August 2,9 & 16
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Sizzlin' Summer Concerts
July 12 - Paperback Writer: The Beatles Experience
July 26 - Savor: Santana Tribute
August 2 - King Kruk as Elvis
August 9 - Hot August Night: Tribute to Neil Diamond
August 16 - Bella Donna: Tribute to Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks
Things to bring: chairs, blankets, sweatshirts, picnics or plan on enjoying a specialty item from one of the gourmet food trucks. Long pants, closed toed shoes and layered clothing are strongly recommended.
Mike Ward Community Park-Woodbridge
Alton & Lake
Sunday
July 19
Musical Playground: 5:30 p.m.
Concert: 7 p.m.
Pacific Symphony in the Cities
Enjoy a free outdoor concert featuring the Pacific Symphony, led by Music Director, Carl St. Clair. A Musical Playground with interactive activities for children, takes place at 5:30 p.m. and includes making an instrument, playing a drum, meeting a musician, plus a conducting clinic with Maestro St. Clair. Bring low back chairs, blankets, a picnic or purchase treats from one of the gourmet food trucks on site.
Mike Ward Community Park-Woodbridge
Alton & Lake
 Saturday
September 26
10-6 p.m.
Irvine Global Village Festival
More than 25,000 guests celebrate Irvine’s cultural diversity annually and experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of the world representing over 50 cultures. Guests enjoy the mosaic of music and dance on five stages; immerse themselves in cultural and religious displays; indulge in international cuisine; and shop in the world marketplace. This family focused event tantalizes tots with hands-on art projects, games, puppet shows, and activities in a giant, interactive Kids Village. The event was promoted as the #1 activity to attend in OC by OC Register and was highlighted at the Best Festival by OC Weekly.
Bill Barber Park
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Click to view the Interactive Park Map (requires Flash)

For more information, Call 949-724-6600 or email

For activities at the
Orange County Great Park,
go to ocgp.org

 



Click here to go to the Irvine Global Village Festival main website.

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