NYC - The Official Guide

Something to Do All 31 Days in March 2020 staff

March in NYC offers plenty of things to do no matter your interests. Enjoy the last of winter by ice-skating, or welcome spring with the start of the New York Mets’ baseball season. See live music from Thom Yorke, or play on giant illuminated seesaws at Seaport Square. This month also features Erika Jayne on Broadway in Chicago and the first major MoMA exhibit of Dorothea Lange’s work in 50 years. Get ready to keep busy all 31 days in March. Note: Please check with the relevant venue or organization to make sure the event you are interested in is still taking place.

New York Rangers New York Rangers. Courtesy, Getty Images
The Armory Show, The Armory Show. Photo: Christopher Postlewaite
The Orchid Show, The Orchid Show, New York Botanical Garden. Photo: Brittany Petronella

March 6:   Judd at MoMA

Medea at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Medea, Brooklyn Academy of Music. Photo: Richard Termine
Women March, New York Historical Society Women March. Courtesy, New-York Historical Society

March 9:  Chicago on Broadway 

"Tractored Out" (1938), Dorothea Lange. Courtesy, The Museum of Modern Art

March 12:  Asia Week New York 

Harkness Dance Festival Harkness Dance Festival. Courtesy, 92nd Street Y
St. Patrick's Day Parade St. Patrick's Day Parade. Photo: Joe Buglewicz
Brooklyn Museum "Red Balloons" (1979), Dustin Pittman. Courtesy, Brooklyn Museum
Wavefield, Variation O at Seaport Square. Courtesy, Wagstaff
NYCFC NYCFC. Photo: Nathan Congleton
Brooklyn Nets Joe Harris. Courtesy, Brooklyn Nets
Macy's Flower Show Macy's Flower Show. Photo: Diane Bondareff

March 25:  Macy’s Flower Show 

New York Mets Jacob deGrom. Courtesy, New York Mets.
Wollman Rink Wollman Rink, Central Park. Photo: Molly Flores

March 28: Go ice-skating 



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