What's Happening in Huntsville: March Edition

What's Happening in Huntsville: March Edition

If you’re expecting March to be a slow time for activities in Huntsville, think again. The Rocket City has no lack of entertaining events this month. Here is just a sampling of the activities you can check out. 


Rory Scovel at Stand Up Live, March 1st @ 7 pm

Stand Up Live Huntsville, 2012 Memorial Pkwy. SW

Rory Scovel’s new Netflix special Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up for the First Time recently premiered to rave reviews. Come see what all the buzz is about at Stand Up Live. Tickets are $25.


Dancing with the Stars LIVE 2020, March 3rd @ 8 pm

Von Braun Center Concert Hall, 700 Monroe St.

Celebrate with your favorite dancers from the hit ABC show Dancing with the Stars. This all-new production promises to wow live audiences with fan-favorite routines from the TV series and new numbers choreographed just for the live audiences. The show will feature every type of dance style ranging from Tango to Foxtrot, Cha-Cha to Waltz – and everything in between. Tickets start at $48.


Quatuor Arod in Concert, March 6th @ 7:30 pm

Huntsville Chamber Music Guild, 607 Airport Rd. SW

With all four members only in their early twenties, the Paris-based Arod Quartet has already dazzled chamber-music lovers all over the world. 


Community Kite Festival, March 7th @ 11 am

John Hunt Park Festival Grounds, 2151 Airport Road SW

The Community Kite Festival is organized to foster inclusiveness and harmony & increase awareness of social issues in the community. Admission is FREE.


An Evening with Kristen Chenoweth, March 8th @ 6:30

Von Braun Center Concert Hall, 700 Monroe St.

Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth comes to Broadway Theatre League to perform an array of her most memorable songs and Broadway tunes. Tickets start at $60.


43rd Annual Ellen McAnelly Memorial St. Patrick’s Day Parade, March 14th @ 10 am

Downtown Huntsville, 745 Constellation Place Dr. SW

Join the Rocket City Mustang Club for this fun St. Patrick’s Day event. Admission is FREE.

Mad About Matilda, March 14th @ 2:30 pm

Madison Public Library, 142 Plaza Blvd., Madison

Join the performers from the James Clemens High School production of Matilda to celebrate all things Matilda. Admission is FREE.


The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra presents Four Seasons, March 21st @ 7 pm

First Baptist Church of Huntsville, 600 Governors Dr. SW

Mark your calendar for this rare opportunity to savor Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons in its entirety, performed by acclaimed violin virtuoso Timothy Chooi. These evocative concertos, though not much heard in the generations after their creation, are today the crown jewels in the treasury of the Baroque repertoire. Adult tickets start at $72.


Reba, March 21st @ 8 pm

Von Braun Center Arena, 700 Monroe St.

Enjoy an evening with country music legend, Reba McEntire. Tickets start at $45.50


Trevor Noah: Loud and Clear Tour, March 27th @ 8 pm

Von Braun Center Arena, 700 Monroe St.

Join Daily Show host Trevor Noah for a night of political humor. Tickets start at $36.50.


Chanticleer, March 28th @ 7 pm

Trinity United Methodist Church, 607 Airport Road SW

Spend an evening with Grammy award-winning Chanticleer, described as “the world’s reigning male chorus.” Tickets start at $15. 


Lynyrd Skynyrd with Travis Tritt, March 28th @ 7 pm

Von Braun Center Arena, 700 Monroe St.

If you love southern rock then you will definitely want to make plans to be at this concert. Enjoy such favorites as Freebird and Sweet Home Alabama. Tickets start at $29.50.

March it Out

As you can see, Huntsville isn’t slowing down for March. There are a variety of options available for a fun night on the town. Start planning now for an amazing month of adventures.

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