Make Magic March Guide 🧘🎶

Make this March memorable and magical by attending some creative and inspirational events in NYC. There are films to see, concerts to hear and vendor markets to browse. We've rounded up some cool spots to check out along with links to their tickets and sites. 

Sunday, 3/1

New York WILD Film Festival 46 East 70th Street, Manhattan


Introduce yourself to nature through the New York Wild Film Festival at the Explorers Club. There will be screenings from upcoming videographers, short films and Q&As with writers, film crew, other creatives. Grab tickets to the film you'd love to see and bring a snack.

Monday, 3/2

The Moth StorySLAM 149 7th Street, Brooklyn

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The Moth StorySlam is giving writers a space to express themselves through performance arts, panels, and networking. Secure your spot to enjoy live performances and works from both small and established artists in the city. 

Thursday, 3/5

SCOPE New York 2020 125 West 18th Street, Manhattan

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The Scope New York 2020 event is making a return this month to the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. The 20th edition brings forward 60 global exhibitions under one roof for viewing. In just one night you can view dozens of contemporary works for art lovers.

Saturday, 3/7

Badass Women Gallery Show + Networking Event 1501 Broadway, Brooklyn

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The Badass Women Gallery Show and Networking Event is allowing entrepreneurial creatives to shine by giving them a supportive space. If you have interests in small and developing brands or your own business ventures, this is a great opportunity for you to make connections and get inspired.

Marlon Diggs: Pieces of Me 1412 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn

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The Lips Cafe is presenting Marlon Diggs: Pieces of Me, this month. New Yorkers with an interest for art, comic books or abstract thought are invited to learn about Marlon’s process and view finished pieces.

Sunday, 3/8

Sweet & Spicy Pop-up 100 W 77th Street, Manhattan

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Visit Grand Bazaar's newest event in New York City this March. The Sweet and Spicy Pop-up is capitalizing on two prominent flavors and we're excited about it. There will be dozens of vendors displaying products both edible and otherwise inspired by warm sugars and tingling heat. Grab spiced dessert and sweet and savory bites.

Saturday, 3/14

HOLI IN THE CITY - NYC's Biggest Festival of Colors 605 West 48th Street, Manhattan

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The Annual Holly Festival is gathering the free, adventurous, and vibrant souls of NYC. Attendees will douse themselves in colors that transform them into the rainbow. Visitors can venture through the venue to dance and enjoy assorted sips.

Tuesday, 3/17

Daybreaker NYC // Metamorphosis 235 W 46th St, Manhattan

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New York City's Daybreaker Metamorphosis is utilizing the dance floor at Sony Hall for an early morning celebration. The event takes off at 6 AM with a yoga class led by Taryn Toomey and it is a bring-your-own mat event. The night concludes with a 7 AM dance party. Enjoy free kombucha and breakfast while they last. 

Sunday, 3/22

Coffee & Tea Festival NYC 72 Noble Street, Brooklyn


Treat yourself to coffee or tea? Actually have both at the Coffee & Tea Festival NYC. The Brooklyn Expo Center is housing different vendors and their blends of refreshing herbal or fruity teas along with pungent flavored coffees. There will also be related snacks and themed bites to pair with the beverages.

Wednesday, 3/25

Affordable Art Fair NYC Spring 2020 125 West 18th Street, Manhattan

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Treat yourself to a new decorative piece of art or buy something as a gift for someone special at the Affordable Art Fair in New York City. This event is reoccurring for the spring season this month along with new artisan goods. They will be local and international artists displaying goods that are handmade with care and talent. This is a great opportunity to snag something unique and one-of-a-kind.

Sunday, 3/29

WHAM: An Afternoon Opera Concert with Cheryl Warfield 2504 Broadway, Manhattan