Mark Your Calendar for these March Events in Virginia Beach
The month of March is full of fun and exciting events in Virginia Beach. Whether you’re searching for family-friendly events, food and drink events, live music or free festivals, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Be sure to pick up a Virginia Beach Visitors Guide to find even more events happening throughout the year.
Top 5 March Events in Virginia Beach
Here are our top five events happening in Virginia Beach during March.
March 11-12: Holistic & Spiritual Art Expo
Holistic and wellness products, healing and natural products, henna and henna blessings, chiropractors, massage, aura photography, aromatherapy, crystals, jewelry, gems and stones, singing bowls, soaps and candles, spirit art, mediums, psychics, tarot, yoga sessions, free lectures, and more! Tickets available at the door or online. More info: www.internationalcc-holisticart-expo.com
March 12: 47th Annual Oyster Roast, Orange Crush & Craft Beer Festival
Do you love oysters? BBQ? Beer, wine and lots of other delicious stuff? There’s live music, casino tables, live and silent auction, and local artists! PLUS, the great satisfaction of supporting the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad; proceeds allow us to purchase the necessary life-saving equipment and supplies that help us respond to more than 15,000 calls every year. GET YOUR TIX TODAY!
Go to https://vbvrs.org/oyster-roast/
March 17-19: Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Weekend 2023
Shamrock weekend has always been legendary, but 2023 is Gonna Be Epic! The 51st running of the Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Weekend will take place in Virginia Beach, Virginia on March 17-19, 2023. This St. Paddy’s Day tradition has a race distance for every goal: Marathon, Half Marathon, 8K, and challenges. No matter the distance, you’ll experience the best of Coastal Virginia on our flat, fast, and scenic course before you cross the finish line overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The party continues after the race at our post race celebration on the beach with Yuengling Beer, Murphy’s Irish Stew, and Live Music.
March 19: Celebrating Women’s History Month
Women’s History Month is March. The 2023 theme is “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” Santa Rosa, California, started the movement in 1980 by women’s history activists Molly Murphy MacGregor.“ Women are changing the future. We believe that knowing women’s history gives all of us—female and male—the power and inspiration to succeed. We believe that Our History Is Our Strength. More info: thenextstageup.org
March 31: Lewis Black, Off the Rails Tour
Coming to the Sandler Center, Lewis Black: Off the Rails, will be jam packed with Lewis’ trademark style of comedic yelling and finger-pointing to expose the absurdities of life. His comedic brilliance makes people laugh at life’s hypocrisies and the insanity he sees in the world.
Since 2014 Lewis Black has done over 400 live streaming shows, called THE RANT IS DUE, at the end of each of his standup performances. Adding his own unique style, Lewis delivers audience-written Rants which have been submitted by the fans at his show and throughout the world. These rants are now available on Lewis Black’s podcast, Rant Cast.