March Madness, St. Patrick's Day, the first days of spring—these are just a few reasons to get excited for March, but there's so much more happening in Raleigh! Get ready to add brew bashes, unique exhibits and downtown parades to your calendar!
Returns March 16! Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the European-like streets of Lafayette Village while sipping wine. Better yet, you'll support a local charity while doing it.
The Raleigh Wine Shop is inviting Chamber Music Raleigh over for a night of live tunes, free wine tastings and light bites.
Local bee keepers Bee Downtown are collaborating with local artists to bring one-of-a-kind beehives to the Triangle, transforming VAE into an interactive bee-focused exhibit. Drinks included!
Moon by Moon Apothecary is joining Ramble Supply's storefront to offer herbal tinctures, tea, tarot readings and more. Join the Grand Opening for free drinks, DJ tunes, readings, henna and snacks!
From 2/27 to 3/3, we're teaming up with lucettegrace to bring you a unique Offline macaron ice cream sandwich. It's raspberry cheesecake-flavored, and $1 off for Offline members. Don't miss it!
Travel back and explore Renaissance-era Venice with fifty works depicting the artistic and cultural evolution of this city.
This beloved Mozart opera will grace audiences at the Duke Energy Center, as performed by the NC Opera. Settle in and travel back in time to 18th century Europe.
Nickelpoint Brewing is making the most of Girl Scout Cookies season and hosting a brew and cookie pairing. Sample four brews paired perfectly with four delicious cookies!
Raleigh Brewing is turning four, so naturally they're hosting a big ol' birthday bash to celebrate. Come for bottle releases, live tunes, food truck grub, giveaways and good times.
Trek out to the beautiful Jordan Lake and gaze at the stars while experts from the Morehead Planetarium teach you a thing or two about the cosmos.
Celebrate everyone's favorite Irish holiday at one of Raleigh's largest pubs. Live music, dancing, pipers and Irish drinks and grub included!
Sola's annual 5K named after its famed mini donuts returns to support military veterans. Live tunes, good times and finish lines guaranteed.
The NC Museum of Natural Sciences is hosting a free event for all that celebrates reptiles and amphibians. Come meet snakes, turtles and lizards!
The 5th Annual Bowie Ball returns to Lincoln Theatre, bringing a night of glam madness, including (but in no way limited to) live performances, aerialists, costume contests, a Bowie lounge and more.
Join Piedmont Picnic Project and Triangle Land Conservancy on a wild foraging walk through nature to celebrate the spring season. The walk ends with a free picnic of foraged treats and local berries!
Milk Bar's hosting its very first St. Patrick's Day party, and they're taking over the whole block to bring you food trucks, live music, beer tents, games, artists, vendors and more.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the Lincoln while swaying to DJ beats and getting slathered in paint. One thing is certain, this won't be a night you'll forget.
The annual Tobacco Road Marathon takes you through part of the beautiful American Tobacco Trail in Cary. Opt for the full marathon, a half marathon or just cheer on your friends!
When you're done sweating or cheering at the Tobacco Road Marathon, head over to Bombshell for celebratory brews, food, ice cream, and bounce houses and face paint for the little ones.
Brüeprint is releasing a brand new brew, infused with Old Bay seasoning, that pairs perfectly with lobster. Come for Cousins Maine Lobster food truck fare and brews!
Throwback to the 90s for an after hours event at the museum, including DJs, a giant game room, an inflatable basketball court, science experiments, a crocodile hunter and more.
Ring in the spring with an outdoor, moonlit movie in the beautiful Dorothea Dix. Bob's Barbeque and The Parlour food trucks will be there too!
Add a little color to your day and visit NCMA's annual Art in Bloom exhibit, where thousands of gorgeous flowers will be arranged to mimic the museum's masterworks collection for four days only.