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

Go green for St. Patrick’s Day, see Black Swan by the Atlanta Ballet, and enjoy ColorFest at Gibbs Gardens
Daffodil Colorfest
Gibbs Gardens’ Daffodil ColorFest begins March 1

Photograph by Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Daffodil ColorFest
March 1
Beginning in March and ending in mid-April, more than 50 acres of daffodils—totaling more than 20 million flowers—bloom in Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, creating one of the country’s most dazzling floral displays.

Graham Nash
Graham Nash

Photograph by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Skyville

Graham Nash at City Winery
March 6
The legendary singer-songwriter brings harmonies and memories to City Winery for a night of music and storytelling, proceeds from which will benefit MUSE, a non-nuclear energy group.

American Craft Show

Photograph courtesy of American Craft Council

American Craft Show

March 16-18
The Minneapolis-based American Craft Council brings its annual juried marketplace to Atlanta. For three days, 230 established and emerging contemporary artisans from across the country pack the Cobb Galleria to showcase their latest jewelry, home decor, furniture, and fashion.

Black Swan

Photograph by Charlie McCullers, courtesy of Atlanta Ballet

Black Swan
March 16-18
The Atlanta Ballet takes the stage at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre to present the third act from Swan Lake, with a world premiere by choreographer Craig Davidson.

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Photograph courtesy of Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade, Inc.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March 17
Since 1858, bagpipers, drummers, and Irish of all ages have taken over Atlanta’s streets for the annual holiday parade, which organizers say is one of the country’s oldest.

This article appears in our March 2018 issue.