Top 5 Things to do in March – Part 2

Top 5 Things to Do in St. Louis in March

(Part 2)

Explore the outdoors in the beautiful spring air. Travel to all parts of St. Louis to experience the true beauty of spring in the Midwest.

 

Miranda Lambert

March 16 | Scottrade | Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert brings her “Livin Like Hippies” tour to Scottrade for one night only with special guest, Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde.

 

The Color Purple

March 20- April 1 | The Fabulous Fox Theater| The Color Purple

Be blown away by the 2016 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival. Watch as the soul-raising, gospel and ragtime music moves you to your feet in this beautiful rendition of the classic story of struggle, power and hope for all.

 

Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds

March 27| Saint Louis Art Museum | Sunken Cities

Visit this exhibition showcasing antiques from one of the greatest finds in the history of underwater archeology. The “Sunken Cities” will be the most significant exhibition of ancient Egyptian artifacts shown in St. Louis in more than 50 years.

 

The Repertory Theater of St. Louis Presents: Born Yesterday

March 1- March 31 | The Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts | Born Yesterday

Watch as junkyard tycoon Harry Brock swaggers into Washington, D.C. as the ultimate political outsider determined to buy a senator or two. This sharp and snappy comedy brings a hysterical spin on the Beltway corruption.

 

Panoramas of the City

March 1 – March 31 | Missouri History Museum | Panoramas of the City

This exhibit showcases panoramic photographs that captured historic moments of our city’s history, from Charles Lindbergh to protests and disaster relief. You’ll be blown away by these images that were created to celebrate St. Louis’s highs and acknowledge its lows.

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