New Orleans March 2021 Events

New Orleans March 2021 Events

Visit New Orleans in March for Warmer Weather

Average temperature low and high: 54°-73°
March is an awesome time to visit New Orleans as the weather starts to warm and the city's chaos begins to calm with the ending of Carnival season. Spend some time outside at the Sculpture Garden or enjoy an indoor evening of laughs at the Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival. Some annual events may be postponed or different because of COVID-19, we will update this page with any new information in the coming weeks released by organizers.

March Event Calendar

Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival

Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival

Get ready to laugh all night at The Fabulously Funny Comedy Festival. Held at the UNO Lakefront arena, the show will feature acts from hilaious performers such as Mike Epps, Gary Owen, Sommore, Lavell Crawford, and Kountry Wayne. It will be a hysterical and unforgettable night that you wouldn't want to miss! Get your tickets here!

New Orleans Events in March

Concerts

Sports

Theater & Headliners

Things to Do in New Orleans in March

Visit the Sculpture Garden

Visit the Sculpture Garden
The Sculpture Garden is the perfect way to take a break from the buzz of the city. Located next to the New Orleans Museum of Art, the world-class collection of modern and contemporary sculptures recently expanded 6 acres and now occupies about 11 serene acres of City Park. Take a leisurely walk through winding paths under beautiful oak trees and over peaceful lagoons while marveling at the garden's magnificent art!

Visit Mardi Gras World

Visit Mardi Gras World
Are you curious to know how the enormous, elaborate floats that roll through the streets of New Orleans during Mardi Gras parades are crafted? Then take a visit Mardi Gras World, the largest float designing and building facility in the world! Open year-around and located right next to the Mississippi River, this 300,000 square foot warehouse filled with historic floats, costumes, and decorations gives you a chance to get a behind-the-scenes look of Mardi Gras traditions.

Take a Bike Tour Around New Orleans

Located in the French Quarter, learn more about New Orleans’ rich history with Freewheelin’ Bike Tours, a locally-owned and operated company. Opened seven days a week between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., there are different tours to choose from, whether you want to know more about the Creole & Crescent, The Garden District, or the Marigny & Bywater (for those who are 21+ only). You can also go on a self-guided tour, or if you just want to rent and ride a bike, you can! Prices for rentals start at $25 for cruisers and bikes, while tours start at $50.

Rent a pedal boat or a kayak and explore City Park

Rent a pedal boat or a kayak and explore City Park
City Park Boat and Bike Rentals offers kayaks and boats so that locals and tourists can explore the lakes of City Park. They are located about three miles from the French Quarter and they are open from 10 a.m. to sunset on weekdays and 9 a.m. till sunset on weekends. You must be 18 years of age to rent; cash and credit cards only. Rentals start at $15 for kayaks, $22 for canoes and $26 for pedal boats. They also offer bike rentals if you prefer to be on land!