Here are the events and activities you can’t miss this March – chronologically, so you can hit them all. See you out there, and don’t forget to show us what you’re doing via #cltagenda.
March 9-18 | Knight Theater | $15-85 | Tickets
Why you should go: For the first time ever, the show, a take on the Hans Christian Andersen fable about a king that holds a competition to determine who can make the most incredible thing, will debut in America.
March 10 | Divine Barrel | 12-11 p.m. | Free | Details
Why you should go: In honor of its opening, Divine Barrel Brewing will spend the day celebrating with beer, food, games, live music and more. The first 500 to purchase a signature glass will get 2 full pours from the taproom. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Charlotte.
March 10 | 8.2.0 | 7-11 p.m. | $95-105 | Tickets
Why you should go: Join The Humane Society of Charlotte Young Affiliated Professionals for an evening of cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, dancing a raffle while you celebrate the work the society does in the community.
March 16-17 | Throughout Charlotte | $25-30 | Tickets
Why you should go: Take a look at 6 kitchens throughout the city in this self-guided tour that features the latest in kitchen design. You’ll also enjoy tastings by local chefs, youth orchestra performances and more.
March 17 | Uptown | 12 p.m. | $20-25 | Tickets
Why you should go: Growing to over 20,000 participants from all over the world, this famous pub crawl has earned the title of World’s Largest. Tickets include free entry to 30+ bars, a koozie, t-shirt, giveaways and drink specials.
March 22 | The Fillmore | 7-10 p.m. | $40-50 | Tickets
Why you should go: Get a taste of 20+ restaurants that made Charlotte magazine’s 2018 50 Best list. Tickets include unlimited food and one cocktail.
March 24-25 | Bank of America Stadium, PrimeSport Practice Field | $360 per team | Tickets
Why you should go: The Panthers’ annual flag football tournament is back with four skill divisions: Weekend Warrior, Couch Potato, 35 & Over and Co-Ed. Proceeds benefit the USO of North Carolina. 21+ only.
March 24 | Unknown Brewing | 1-10 p.m. | Free | Details
Why you should go: This year’s anniversary celebration will not only be free, but also include an unveiling of the new taproom and rooftop bar and live music performances.
March 24 | Rooftop 210 | 2-6 p.m. | $23.92 | Tickets
Why you should go: Decide who in the city has the Best Wings, Hottest Wings and Most Unique Wings. Tickets include 12 wing tastings, beer samples and access to an open bar.
March 31 | EpiCentre | 6 p.m.-2 a.m. | $5-20 | Tickets
Why you should go: 10 bars, 10 tasks to complete and a markable party cup to keep track of it all with. Get your ticket before March 16 for a discounted price.
Feature photo from Logan McSwain (Charlotte Ballet Pro).