20 Wonderful Things To Do In Los Angeles In March 2020

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20 Wonderful Things To Do In Los Angeles In March 2020

There are so many exciting things to do in LA this month…

Ahhh — the season of fresh flowers, rain showers (hopefully), and festivals of all sorts is upon us which means your winter worries will soon be a thing of the past!

It’s time to spend your days getting back into the rhythm and rhyme that comes along with sunshine. While you’re spending the month going to festivals, farmer’s markets, art exhibits, and everything else that the city has to offer, don’t forget to take a breath of fresh air every now and then and marvel at life beginning to bloom all around you! We’ve gathered a list of the best things going on in L.A. this March… Yup, making plans just got that much easier.

1. Take a boozy magical potions class…

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Witches and wizards of LA behold – an immersive pop-up bar is coming to town! Unleash your inner magical being as you brew potions, cast spells, and drink more “mead” than you can shake a wand at. Concoct devilish brews for good (or evil), all under the watchful eye of our wise potions master while completing challenges to unlock ingredients throughout your magical journey! Learn more here.

2-6. Stock up on summer-essentials at L.A. sample sales…

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How is it that whenever it comes time for your next summer excursion, there’s always a list of things to get beforehand (despite how many trips you’ve taken.) Sample sales are a great way for people looking to get some of the hottest brands at a fraction of the price and there just so happen to be a few happening in the city this month! From quality brands like CALPAK and Illesteva, you’re surely going to want to hit these up before that 10-hour flight to the tropics. Check out a full list of summertime sample sales, here!

7. Have dessert “on the house” at The Cheesecake Factory…

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The Cheesecake Factory is gifting us with an especially sweet deal this March — the popular franchise is teaming up with DoorDash to hook up anyone who orders at least $15 dollars worth of food anytime before 5p on a weekday with a FREE SLICE OF CHEESECAKE! Choose from over 30 different flavors of delicious cheesecake; if you’re unfamiliar with anything beyond New York-style, you can expect specialty cheesecake flavors such as Dulce de Leche Caramel, Fresh Banana Cream, and Chocolate Tuxedo! Learn more here.

8. Feel like a kid again at this exciting LEGO exhibit…

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You’re never too old to enjoy some good old fashion playtime. But who would’ve ever guessed that an activity favored by children across the nation would become a creative outlet for a “grown-up”, eventually landing him an art exhibit at the California Science Center? If you too spent your childhood building your own masterpieces with the timeless interlocking plastic bricks, then you’re really gonna get a kick out of The Art of the Brick! Learn more here.

9. Travel through time via an exhilarating virtual experience…

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Grab your friends and jump into a fully immersive virtual world! VR HOUR takes players on the ultimate interactive virtual reality time travel adventure to solve puzzles in an attempt to save humanity. Each player has a designated VR room equipped with the latest virtual reality gear but will join forces with their team to complete various missions! Learn more here.

10-14. Witness Spring’s bloom in full effect…

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It’s easy to forget how green Los Angeles can be until you stumble upon a beautiful reminder. The city is filled with all sorts of stunning trees, thriving plants and colorful flowers… you’ve just got to find them. If you’re in search for more green in your life, and we’re not talking the 21+ plus kind, you should stop by one of the city’s most forgotten treasures. Check out a full list of 5 beautiful botanical gardens in L.A., here!

15. Pleasantly surprise yourself at the Vegan Street Fair…

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Join fellow vegans and straight-up foodies alike at the annual Vegan Street Fair which is taking place in North Hollywood this go around! Admission is free so that you can spend all your hard-earned cash at the various vegan vendors and restaurants on-site; save your appetite so that you can try a little bit of everything with $4 dollar sample plates or go all-in with full-sized portions! Learn more here.

16. Watch an award-winning classic come to life…

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You can never grow tired of a great love story. Revisit the classic tale that seems to never lose its charm at the Hollywood Majestic through April 19th! Broadway’s modern classic is a kind reminder of the rewards of learning to love and be loved, making it the perfect play to watch with the ones you hold near and dear to your heart. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind chance to allow your imagination to grow and take you on a touching and whimsical journey through a tale as old as time! Learn more here.

17. Catch a classical concert by candlelight…

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Calm your mind and experience classical music in a new light with these sensational concerts by candlelight in some of Los Angeles’ most beautiful churches. Simply known as Candlelight, this event invites everyone to relive the greatest works of classical music, from Vivaldi to Mozart to Bach, in an intimate atmosphere. Check out a full list of concerts here!

18. Relive every era of Britney Spear’s musical career…

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If you’re not fangirling hardcore right now, are you even human? L.A’s newest pop-up has fans chanting hit me baby, one more time and to be quite honest… it couldn’t be more accurate. The Zone: Britney Spears is an interactive museum that allows fans to relive some of their (and, Britney’s) best moments of the past few decades and we’re so here for it. Learn more here!

19. Catch the musical opera Underway at 7th…

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Get ready for a unique performance! Underway is a dance opera directed and choreographed by Heidi Duckler with music created by four incredible composers – Leaha Maria Villarreal, William Roper, Sarah Belle Reid and Justin Scheid. Inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem “Orpheus. Eurydice. Hermes,” Duckler’s unique choreographic style and Villarreal’s experimental choral music will take the audience on a transformative journey to the Underworld through Eurydice’s perspective! Learn more here.

20. Attend a runway show during LA Fashion Week…

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Art Hearts Fashion is back with its epic annual runway show and this year is going to be the best yet!
Taking place at The Majestic in Downtown, LA’s game-changing runway show will display the unique collections from a diverse mix of designers and artists. Art Hearts Fashion is dedicated to making fashion an inclusive industry by showcasing up-and-coming designers who’ve worked with icons like Lady Gaga on special red carpet looks. Learn more here!

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