Mark your calendars: 10 must-do events in March

Mark your calendars: 10 must-do events in March
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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.

Charlotte Ballet’s The Most Incredible Thing

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.

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Divine Barrel Brewing Grand Opening

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.

Paws for Celebration

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.

Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour

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.

Rich & Bennett’s 18th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

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.

Best New Restaurants Party

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.

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15th Annual Weekend Warrior Charity Flag Football Tournament

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.

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The 4.5ish Funk Fest

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. 

Charlotte Wing Fest

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.

5th Annual Bunny Hop Bar Challenge

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).

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