We’re finally headed out of the frigid 60-degree Los Angeles winter and moving onward to Spring. Ditch your Snuggie and Friends reruns, it’s time to get out of the house! Here are 7 amazing things to do in Los Angeles in March 2018!
Colette Miller + American Airlines Wings Art Installation
Los Angeles based artist Colette Miller is hosting a pop-up art installation March 1-3rd on Abbott Kinney next to the Brid. For every photo posted with #BonnieAward, American will donate AAdvantage miles to charities that embrace female empowerment. Count us in!
Smorgasburg Pop-Up on the Santa Monica Pier
Shrimp Daddy, Amaze Bowls, and 70 other incredible vendors are making the trek from DTLA to the Santa Monica Pier for Smorgasburg’s second annual pop-up. Head to the pier on March 10th at 11am – come hungry!
Japanese Food Festival
Feed your inner sushi fiend at the Japanese Food Festival. There will be over 50 vendors, sake and beer tasting, mega roll sushi, and Japanese cultural performances. Sounds like heaven, right?
Festival of Colors
The Indian celebration Holi represents the arrival of spring. On Saturday March 10th and Sunday March 11th, head to Whittier Narrows Park for yoga teachers, food, and of course the (very Instagrammable) color throw!
St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl
Dress in green and head to Hollywood for Nasstive Entertainment’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl! Your wristband grants you access to 10 different venues with drink specials, welcome shots, and drink coupons!
LA Marathon & Fitness Expo
The annual LA Marathon is right around the corner! Register to run the marathon on March 18th, but if running isn’t your thing, volunteer to help out during the race or check out the events at the expo on March 16th and 17th.
Bach in the Subway Days
Johan Sebastian Bach is turning 333 years young, so what better way to celebrate than with pop-up performances? March 21-25, Union Station, North Hollywood, and Glendale will come alive with Bach’s music including a marathon at Union Station from 9am to 7pm.
If you want to get out of town this spring, be sure to follow these tips to stay healthy on the road.