New York March 2022

New York March 2022 Events

New York March 2022 Events

Consider New York for a Spring Break Destination!

Average temperature low and high: 36° - 52°
March is fairly quiet in New York City, which is a plus in comparison to other parts of the country that are crowded with Spring Break vacationers. Not being overrun with visitors means shorter lines for attractions, and it's much easier to get restaurant reservations. The weather varies, some days it may be rainy and cold, but other days hold hope for clear and sunny skies. Note that some events may be postponed or different this year due to COVID-19, we will do our best to update this page with any new information.

March Event Calendar

The Lion King

Bring along the kids to this global phenomenon. The multi-award-winning musical, The Lion King, provides a unique theatrical experience the whole family will never forget. You’ll be blown away by New York’s talented performers, and will want to sing along with every infamous track. Actors bring your favorite characters to life while carefully interpreting the 1994 TV version. Put down your worries and treat someone to a breathtaking performance they’ll never forget. Buy your tickets today.

John Mayer

Soft rock, multi-grammy-winning artist John Mayer will be performing in New York, and you won't want to miss him. His melodic voice and impressive guitar talents will make for an unforgettable performance. Look forward to swaying along to top hits that date back to the 2000s as well as some of his newly released tracks. Tickets can be purchased here. 

Elton John

Catch Elton John’s continued goodbye tour that started back in 2018; although it may seem so, this tour won’t last forever, so catch him live in New York while you still have the chance. Get ready for an unforgettable night singing classic anthems such as "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," "Tiny Dancer," "Rocket Man" and many more. Get your tickets here. 

Chris Porter Live

Known as one of the most recognized traveling comedians and as the host of his own late-night talk show on CNN “D.L. Hughley Breaks the News,” catch D.L. Hughley live while he's in New York, you're in for a treat. Get your tickets here. 

Asia Week New York

Asia Week New York

Celebrate Asian culture during New York's annual Asia Week. Over a 1-week span throughout the city's metropolitan areas, the event features scheduled Asian art exhibits, auctions, special events, and talks from international artists and specialists. Find updated information regarding this year's celebration online. 

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Put on your best green and get ready to celebrate St. Patty's day in New York. The St Patrick's day parade is one of NYCs longest-standing traditions; in fact, it is the world's oldest and largest parade, dating back to 1762. In current years, the parade has proceeded up 5th avenue to pass in front of the steps of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, where the city's Archbishop watches. The celebration is free for the public to attend. Additional info can be found online. 

Holi In The City 2022

Holi In The City 2022

Holi in The City summarizes New York City in a nutshell. Holi festival demands food, music, dance, and fun while embracing people and organizations from all ethnic and religious backgrounds. Annually, Hol in the City has a huge emphasis on color, so you can expect paint and sprays in the area. However, you’re not allowed to bring your own, but expect laughter and smiles everywhere.

 

 

 

 

New York

New York

Spring is officially here, and New York invites you to sit back and relax while listening to the annual New York Sounds of Spring International Music Festival. This musical adventure is like no other and presents young, talented musicians from high school, college, community bands, choirs, and orchestras. This festival is a great opportunity to support New York's rising talent, or simply discover new sounds at the Stern Auditorium.

NYC Craft Distillers Festival

NYC Craft Distillers Festival

The NYC Craft Distillers Festival enables you to sample over 60 specially-selected craft spirits. At the same time, enjoy a 1920’s jazz-style band to keep the party going. Join the Craft Distillers team for special entertainment with tastings over two sessions, and a chilled, speakeasy time.

International Children's Film Festival

International Children\'s Film Festival

The Children’s Film Festival first established in 1997 to promote passionate cinematic works for ages between 3 and 18. This popular event showcases 100 animated, live-action short and long films. The film festival is then followed by filmmaker Q&As, workshops, voting, and more. Not only is this a great source of entertainment for youngsters, but it’s an ideal event to expand their learning with tours and thought-provoking sessions.

New York Events in March

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Wed, Mar 02 at House of Yes EVERY BODY PARTY
Thu, Mar 03 at House of Yes Dirty Thursday: 90s Night
Fri, Mar 04 at House of Yes House of Grooves
Sat, Mar 05 at House of Yes Dirty Circus
Sat, Mar 05 at House of Yes House of Paradise
Sun, Mar 06 at House of Yes Sunday Night Fever
Things to do in New York

Things to Do in New York in March

Go Shopping in Soho!

Go Shopping in Soho!
New York has a few shopping districts, Soho is one of the more popular ones. The shopping grid runs from Broadway west to Sixth Avenue, and Houston Street south to Canal Street, with Broadway being the most commercial strip. Spend the day splurging in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in NYC, where you'll see items that are sought after all over the world.

Visit the New York Museum of Modern Art

Visit the New York Museum of Modern Art
Artists and enthusiasts should be sure to make a stop by MOMA, a museum often referred to as the largest and most influential museum of modern art in the world. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the 630,000 square foot museum includes an extensive collection of works of architecture and design, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, prints, illustrated books and artist's books, film, and electronic media.