Events | San Diego Things To Do In March

Check Out the Best San Diego Things to do in March

fashion-weekRevel in springtime in San Diego as March introduces flower fields, festivals, and Fashion Week’s spring showcase. We’ve rounded up your best San Diego March events.

Seaport Village’s Spring Busker Festival
March 7-8. Enjoy Southern California’s only busker celebration as street performers from around the country perform their bizarre talents—from sword swallowing, to knife throwing, to pogo stick tricks and juggling on unicycles. Free entry. 849 West Harbor Dr., Seaport Village, 619.235.4014. seaportvillage.com

Carlsbad Flower Fields
Through May. Roam among 50 spectacular acres of blooming ranunculus flower bulbs during this celebrated salute to spring. 5704 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad, 760.431.0352. theflowerfields.com

San Diego Latino Film Festival
March 12-22. Check out more than 160 feature and short films in celebration of Latino film, art and culture. Plus guest celebrities, musical performances, parties, filmmaker workshops and a Creative Careers Expo. AMC Fashion Valley 18, 7037 Friars Rd., Mission Valley, 619.230.1938×102. sdlatinofilm.com

St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival
March 14. Festivities begin three days ahead of the official holiday with more than 120 parade entries followed by an Irish festival including a Celtic village, beer garden, music and dancing. Juniper and Sixth St, Balboa Park, 858.268.9111. stpatsparade.org

ShamRock 2015
March 14. The Gaslamp turns green for its annual block party, featuring live DJs and Irish bands on three thinned stages plus Irish fare and drinks at dozens of participating bars and restaurants. Fifth Ave., Gaslamp Quarter, 619.233.5008. sandiegoshamrock.com

Fashion Week San Diego Spring Showcase
March 14. For an event that combines fashion, music, art, food, shopping, raffles and a beauty lounge, Fashion Week San Diego’s Spring Showcase has something for everyone. Held at Harrah’s Resort, the showcase offers exclusive sneak peek access of the designers’ collections even before they debut on the runway. 33750 Valley Center Rd., Valley Center, fashionweeksd.com

CRSSD
March 14-15. Two-day electronic music festival on San Diego Bay features live and DJ performances by dozens of artists on three stages, including Chromeo, Classixx, and Pete Tong, among many others. Plus craft beer, a mixology program and local food vendors. unity.travel

Bankers Hill Art and Craft Beer Fest
March 20. Held at The Abbey, one of the most historic venues in Bankers Hill, the festival features many of San Diego’s finest craft breweries, art installations from renowned Bankers Hill artists, and food from some of the most recognized chefs and restaurants in San Diego. 5:00 p.m., tickets are $35/pp. 2825 5th Ave., Bankers Hill, 619.686.8700. bhbeerfest15.brownpapertickets.com

San Diego Crew Classic Regatta
March 28-29. The country’s top competitive rowers gather for a grueling competition, now in its 42nd year. Crown Point Shores, Mission Bay, 619.225.0300. crewclassic.org

You Can’t Take It With You
Through March 22. George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s classic comic—and Pulitzer Prize-winning—play set during the Great Depression is as relevant as ever. Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave., Coronado, 619.437.6000. lambsplayers.org

The Grift at the Lafayette Hotel
Through March 22. La Jolla Playhouse goes off campus for its latest Without Walls installment–an immersive theatrical experience about “Ben” who has lived in a hotel his whole life under mysterious circumstances. Lafayette Hotel, 2223 El Cajon Blvd., North Park, 858.550.1010. lajollaplayhouse.org

My Fair Lady
March 5-April 26. Cygnet Theatre presents the classic musical about one professor’s attempts to transform a Cockney flower girl into an aristocratic lady, features such favorites as “I Could Have Danced All Night” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly.” Old Town Theatre, 4040 Twiggs St., Old Town, 619.337.1525. cygnettheatre.com

The White Snake
March 21-April 26. In this staging of a classic Chinese fable, a gentle serpent transforms into a beautiful woman. She falls in love with a dashing young man and decides to stay human forever, until a wicked monk discovers her true identity and vows to destroy her. Shiley Stage at the Old Globe, 1363 Old Globe Way, Balboa Park, 619.234.5623 theoldglobe.org

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