Spring Break, Spring Training, Bike Week & March Madness Bring In This Month Like A Lion
Even with Spring Break in full swing, the biggest party event for the month of March is the green day of parades and packed Irish bars.
From a party standpoint, March is roaring in like a lion, led by St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s a rundown of the top party events for the month of March in the USA.
• Colleges & Universities Spring Break
Thru March 28, Florida, Texas & Mexico
All over America, college students are shedding their winter coats – along with a lot of other things, wink, wink – and headed to beaches to party in a way that would not make their parents proud. There are organized events, such as concerts and wet t-shirt contests on the beaches and in the bars and, were it not for social media, what happens on Spring Break stays at Spring Break.
All of March, Arizona & Florida
While PubClub advocates for boycotting baseball this season due to yet another stain on the game, Spring Training is different because it’s a nice way to spend an afternoon relaxing in the Arizona and Florida sunshine.
• Daytona Bike Week
March 6-15, Daytona Beach, FL
Some 500,000 motorcycle and party enthusiasts – that’s half a million people – converge on this small beach town along the Atlantic coast in north Florida. They are there to show off their Harleys and other cycles, drink a lot of beer by a bunch of bikes, listen to bands playing hard-core rock music, flirt with girls in bikinis, watch motocross races and be bad-asses, It’s a tradition that has been going on for 79 years.
Link: Bike Week 2020
• March Madness
March 16-29 (Elite Eight), Various Locations
The NCAA men’s basketball tournament takes over the country for at least two weekends (and longer for those whose brackets are still alive come April)
• St. Patrick’s Day
March 17 (Tuesday) , Nationwide
Thanks all the transplanted Irish in this country, St. Patrick’s Day is a huge deal in the USA. Cities have parades with hundreds of thousands of spectators and Irish bars all over America are filled with drinkers who are “Irish for the day.” Certainly some cities do it bigger and better than others and PubClub.com has that information in the link below.