7 Things To Do In Fort Lauderdale In March

March 1, 2019


Enjoy a spectacular ballet performance led by New York City Ballet principal dancer Daniel Ulbricht with artists from New York City Ballet and around the world during “Stars of American Ballet” in concert with Boca Ballet Theatre. The March 10 performance will include George Balanchine’s “Apollo,” along with other favorites. ($48; bocaballet.org)


Already a fan of TruTV’s hit series “Impractical Jokers”? Don’t miss out on the New York-based troupe and masterminds behind the show, “The Tenderloins,” as they make a stop in South Florida March 10 at Hard Rock Event Center at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino during their “Santiago Sent Us” tour.
(Tickets from $169; myhrl.com)


Delray Beach’s Savor the Avenue, one of South Florida’s top culinary events, will celebrate its 10th anniversary on March 26. Join hundreds of locals on Atlantic Avenue for an al fresco multi-course dinner spanning five blocks. Check out more than a dozen restaurants during the gathering, including City Oyster, Cut 432 and Salt7. (Reservations required; downtowndelraybeach.com)


The Shuzz Fund, which provides shoes and medical relief to children in poverty-stricken areas, will host its annual SHUZZ ART FASHION Show at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on March 15. Ryan Beckett of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” will emcee while Miami native Patricia Gomez-Gracia makes her U.S. runway design debut during the show. (Tickets from $150; shuzz.ticketleap.com/18)


Now in its 23rd year, the Bank of America Wine, Spirits and Culinary Celebration will take place March 16 at the Museum of Discovery and Science. Highlights of the evening will include a grand tasting with more than 40 of South Florida’s top restaurants, an array of wines and spirits, craft beers, a silent auction and a complimentary wine glass. (Tickets from $150; modsevents.org)


Beginning March 30, visitors of The Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square will have the opportunity to view Flora, a contemporary artwork group exhibition “inspired by the goddess of springtime, fertility and flowers.” Guests can check out a hanging thread garden by Amanda McCavour and more. (Ticket prices vary; oldschoolsquare.org/events/flora)


Head to the Pompano Beach Amphitheater Field for a celebration of all things New Orleans. The CrawDebauchery Food & Music Festival returns March 24 and will feature a Gumbo Rumble, Krewe Competition, a crawfish boil and live entertainment from Bonerama, Southern Avenue and many more performers. (Ticket prices vary; crawdebauchery.com