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|by Melanie Curtsinger |

Visit the City Beautiful this Spring for shows, concerts, festivals and more

If you’re feeling lucky, odds are that means you are likely headed to the City Beautiful during the month of March! Whether that’s a weekend trip to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or for a week off school during the kids’ spring break, there is no shortage of things to see and experience as a family in Orlando. The weather is heating up, and the entertainment options are just as sizzling!

Come see Luzia by Cirque Du Soleil while on tour this Spring in Orlando (Photo: Luzia)

Come see Luzia by Cirque Du Soleil while on tour this Spring in Orlando (Photo: Luzia)

Dinner Shows
Our No. 1 recommendation for March is Luzia by Cirque Du Soleil. This traveling show will be in Orlando for a limited time March 7-31, and it promises to not disappoint! With the beloved acrobatics, puppetry, stunts and showmanship for which the company has become known, paired with the elements of water and light, this mystical visual showcase has been a smashing success on the road. Centrally located just outside the Florida Mall in the heart of Orlando, this two-hour and 15-minute show is packed with entertainment from beginning to end, so be sure to get your tickets now for this limited-time opportunity, starting at just $47!

Amway Center
The Amway Center has a jam-packed month of events, beginning with a slew of headlining concerts and acts visiting the City Beautiful, as Lionel Ritchie (March 9), Roberto Carlos (March 10) Travis Scott (March 15), Elton John (March 18) and Joyce Meyer Ministries (March 29-30) bring their shows to Central Florida. The Orlando Magic are in full swing in March as well with six home games against top NBA teams like the Philadelphia 76ers, Dallas Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers, while the Orlando Solar Bears play host to five home games throughout the month.    

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts 
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts always has a diverse collection of shows playing, and March is no different, with a variety of concerts and shows taking center stage. Among those playing in the venue include: Sarah McLachlan (March 1), The Beach Boys (March 2), 2019 Essentially Ellington Regional High School Band Festival (March 3), Fidler on the Roof (March 5-10), Shen Yun 2019 (March 13-17), Hozier: Wasteland, Baby! Tour (March 21), Deepak Chopra (March 22), Tony Bennett (March 23), John Mellencamp: The John Mellencamp Show (March 24), Fast Forward 2019 (March 29) and Peter & The Wolf Family Weekend (March 30-31).

Theme Parks
The local theme parks are jam-packed with entertainment during March with the continuation of Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras and SeaWorld Orlando’s Seven Seas Food Festival, along with the return of Disney’s Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. At Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras, you can catch some of the biggest names in the music industry on the Music Plaza stage, while experiencing an authentic New Orleans-style celebration filled with parades, Cajun food, colorful costumes and, of course, lots of beads! Performers include Sabrina Carpenter (March 2), Sean Paul (March 10), Steve Miller Band (March 16), Ziggy Marley (March 17) and Pitbull (March 24).

SeaWorld Orlando continues its adventure for your senses with the Seven Seas Food Festival throughout the month of March. Sample your way around international street food marketplaces every Friday through Sunday, plus enjoy live performances from top names in the rock, rap, Latin, Christian and country music industries every Saturday and Sunday. 

From March 6-June 3, 2019, guests at Walt Disney World can enjoy the return of the popular Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival! Featuring world-renowned Disney-themed topiaries, garden spaces, wildlife habitats, experiential exhibits and the popular outdoor kitchens, this festival is one that can’t be missed! In addition, 270 concerts will be performed at the Garden Rocks Concert Series, where artists such as former Journey lead singer Steve Augeri, Tony Orlando, Wang Chung and Air Supply will be playing throughout the month of March.  

All performances for all three festivals are included with park admission.

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