Don’t Miss List: Our top 5 event picks for March

Travis Scott, motorbikes, and one person plays all 35 characters in a play

Don't Miss List: Travis Scott

Photograph by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Travis Scott
March 22
Almost two months after his halftime performance at the Super Bowl, the Houston-born lo-fi rapper and producer best known for his “Sicko Mode” single returns to downtown Atlanta, this time to State Farm Arena for the second leg of his “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” tour.

Don't Miss List: Monster Energy Supercross

Photograph courtesy Feld Entertainment

Monster Energy Supercross
March 2
Motorbikes jump, loop, and delight adrenaline junkies at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in more than 15 high-speed races and aerial competitions.

Don't Miss List: Way out there
Eddie Owens Martin (St. EOM) (American, 1908–1986), Pasaquoyan Man with Ritual Headdress and Levitation Suit, ca. 1965–1975. High Museum of Art, Atlanta

Photograph courtesy of High Museum of Art

Way Out There: The Art of Southern Backroads
March 2 through May 19
Inspired by poet Jonathan Williams’s novel Walks to the Paradise Gardens and its focus on backroads artists, the High Museum of Art showcases self-taught and avant-garde artists, sculptors, and photographers.

Atlanta Persian Festival
March 31
The Persian Community Center of Atlanta’s sixth annual free event to celebrate Persian culture through arts, music, food, and dance returns to Piedmont Park.

I Am My Own Wife
March 14-30
Peter Smith plays all 35 characters—marking the first time a trans actor has done so in a professional production—in this true story about Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a German trans woman who survived the Nazi regime and Communist East Germany, at Out Front, Atlanta’s only LGBTQIA theater company.

This article appears in our March 2019 issue.