Atlanta March 2023

Atlanta March 2023 Events

Atlanta March 2023 Events

Enjoy the Start of Milder Weather in ATL

Average temperature low and high: 36°-58°
March in Atlanta comes with moderate weather, a decent chance of rain, 7 hours of sun, and a good amount of cloud coverage. On sunny days, the weather is mild enough to enjoy being outdoors without getting too sticky with humidity. Some annual events may be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, we will update this page with any new info that organizers release in the coming weeks.

March Event Calendar

Atlanta Brunch Festival

Atlanta Brunch Festival

Grab your friends and head to the Atlanta Brunch Festival this month. Atlanta's best restaurants will be there and mimosas, bloody marys, beers, and wines will be available to pair with some of your favorite brunch meals. The event is 21+ only. Tickets are available.



"Let the Nerd Times Roll" at this annual event and get a unique taste of the New Orleans traditional holiday, Mardi Gras, in Atlanta. As Mardi Gras with a nerdy flair, plan to gather with fellow creative geeks on intergalactic-themed Bourbon Street. The event will feature 3 days of music, entertainment, video games, board games, cosplay costumes, and lots of energy. To purchase a membership to attend all 3 days is $50, or $25 for single-day memberships. Additional registration and event info can be found online 

Atlanta St. Patrick's Parade

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day early at the Atlanta St. Patrick's Parade, annually hosted the Saturday before the Irish holiday. This event started in 1858, so join the tradition! The parade will be held along Peachtree St, from 15th to 5th in midtown Atlanta. 

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Atlanta International Auto Show

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Make sure you carve out time to check out some of the hottest automobile rides and models at the annual Atlanta International Auto Show. Dating back to 1909, this event is nationally recognized as one of the country's most critical automotive exhibitions. Vendors, attractions, and the latest car models will be sprawled across 500,000 square feet at the Georgia World Congress Center. Taking course over a 5-day period, there's plenty of time to see it all. Tickets are $6 for kids 6-12, $12 for adults, and free for kids 5 and under; they can be purchased at the door. Additional info can be found here. 

Stutzmann and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus

Head to the annual Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus to hear the beautiful work of Mozart's Requiem mass. There are 3 different shows, so you have an entire weekend to catch the performance. Proof of COVID-19 test or a negative test result within the past 72 hours is required for entry. Tickets start at just $31, and they can be purchased here. 

All-Star Legends of Hip Hop

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Rescheduled from the original date in October of last year, the All-Star Legends of Hip Hop brings a night of nostalgia with live performances from some of the best and most iconic hip-hop artists. The lineup will feature legends such as Juvenile, Too Short, Trina, Trick Daddy, and more. Tickets range from $82-$288 and can be purchased here. Doors open at 7 pm. 

Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival

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Don't miss out on this free and annual event popular in the Atlanta area. The festival will feature two days of live music performances, over 100 local and regional artists, a Kidz Zone, a classic car show, and local food and drink vendors. Brookhaven is right over the northern edge of Atlanta; there will be no festival parking, only street parking available, so the best way to get there is via MARTA on the Gold Line. A round trip fare is $6 total with the purchase of a MARTA ticket and there will be free shuttles from the MARTA lot to the park. More location and fest info can be found here. 

Bacon & Booze Crawl

Bacon & Booze Crawl

There's no better pairing than bacon and beer so join the Bacon & Booze Crawl at Downtown Atlanta. Purchasing wristbands include a free event shirt and a free snap-on koozie for your drinks.

Atlanta Events in March


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Things to do in Atlanta

Things to Do in Atlanta in March

Visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

Visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park
Atlanta is the birth city of civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr. Visit the historical park that holds his childhood home and the original Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he was baptized and where both he and his father, Martin Luther King Sr., were pastors.

Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden

Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Spring is the perfect time to visit the city's Botanical Garden. Constructed in 1976 and located next to Piedmont Park, it features about 30 acres of beautiful flowers and greenery.