With Easter around the corner, spring break is a great time to check out Miami March events. And the best part is that there is something for everyone.
From music festivals to family-friendly entertainment, Miami March events are jam-packed with fun and excitement. For the sports fans, Miami has you covered, too. As the weather heats up, you may want to squeeze in a little TLC time at the beach, and we’ll be glad to show you where you can do that!
Music and Festivals in Miami in March
Ultra Music Festival
You won’t want to miss the premiere electronic music festival in Miami that takes place over the course of three days and brings together people from all over the world. With over 165,0000 music lovers in attendance, the Ultra Music Festival has been known to welcome popular artists like David Guetta, The Black Eyed Peas, Afro Jack, and Madonna.
This year, it will take place from March 29 – 31 in Virginia Key, and you can view the most recent phase 2 lineup of performers on the Ultra Music Festival website here. Tickets are still available and can be purchased here.
Elton John Concert
Due to overwhelming demand, one of the best selling music artists in the world, and five-time Grammy award winner, Sir Elton John has added additional North American tour dates and is taking one last bow on his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour on March 16, at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.
Come listen to your favorite hits live from The Lion King’s “Hakuna Matata” to his first hit, “Your Song”.
Willie Nelson & Family
Good music never gets old. As one of the most recognized country music artists, Willie Nelson is back and performing at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, on March 2nd.
He’s recorded over 200 albums as a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and is known for some of the most memorable country songs of all time. This tour features his most recent album titled “Last Man Standing” and celebrates his 85th birthday.
Jazz in the Gardens
This music festival brings together all of the greatest musicians in jazz on March 9 – 10, at the Pro Player Park. With special guests like Stephanie Mills, Teddy Riley, Brandy, Lionel Richie, EnVogue, Jagged Edge, and many others, you’ll be taking a trip down memory lane with some of your favorite hits live. Get your two day passes here.
Sports and Comedy Events
Boston Bruins vs. Florida Panthers
Don’t miss the southernmost team in the National Hockey League, the Panthers battle the Bruins on March 23, at the BB&T Center. Click here to get your tickets.
Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic
Three-time NBA champs, The Heat, will bring the heat to Orlando Magic on March 26, at the AmericanAirlines Arena. With select home games priced as low as $15, you don’t want to miss getting your tickets and season passes here.
Trevor Noah: Load & Clear Tour
The South African political commentator and comedian, famous for his satirical perspective on Comedy Central and The Daily Show, will be performing at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Fort Lauderdale on March 15th. Make sure to get your tickets to see one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world here.
Cultural Festivals and Musicals
Miami International Film Festival
Hosted by the Miami Dade College, this film festival is celebrating its 36th year as a gateway for young and veteran talents in the film industry.
Over the course of 10 days, attendees will enjoy film screenings and events featuring films from over 60 countries and 300 World and U.S. premiers. Make sure to get your tickets to experience all that the Miami International Film Festival has to offer here.
Asian Culture Festival
Take a virtual trip to Asia, complete with exotic foods, Taiko drumming, Lion Dancing, Origami, and authentic Persian art. Enjoy a diverse cultural spectacle represented by numerous countries including Cambodia, China, Singapore, Pakistan, Japan, Laos, and Thailand, to name a few.
This family-friendly event will take place on March 2 – 3, at the Fruit and Spice Park in Homestead. Get your tickets today here.
Fiddler on the Roof
This classic Broadway musical based in Russia in the 1900s has been successfully been adapted into film and continues to soar in popularity.
As the 17th longest running show in Broadway history, you’ll want to bring your family and friends to see this performance at Au Rene Theater, at the Broward Center for Performing Arts, on March 3.
As you can see, March is overflowing with great entertainment for everyone. Have questions about these events, or don’t see anything that interests you? Give us a call or reach out on our Facebook page, and we’ll be happy to be your guide for Miami March Events.