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What to Do in Las Vegas March 2024 + What to Pack + More

Visiting in March? These are the Las Vegas March events and shows you should know about.

March is a great time to visit our city as far as the weather goes. You’ll find us spending as much time outside as possible, anxious that summer is coming too soon. If you want to avoid the crowds, know there will be Spring Breakers and sports fans during March Madness (the first weekend is usually the busiest). It’s going to be wild.

To help you plan your time here, we put together a monthly guide of all the happenings and organized them by date and category.

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Last Updated: March 12, 2024

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These are all March-only events or limited to a few months. If you want to see activities available year-round, check out our ultimate Vegas bucket list of 101 things to dobucket-list-worthy experiencestop Las Vegas shows, and indoor activities.

Weather in Las Vegas in March

  • Average Temp in Las Vegas in March: high of 72° F, low of 39° F
  • Rainfall: 0.4 inches
  • Humidity: 33%

In March, it’s warm during the day (70s deg F) when the sun is out but gets a little chilly at night. It has been a mild winter, though, so I’m wondering if it will be extra hot in March.

Bellagio Conservatory Spring Display →

March 9 to May 18, 2024

The 2024 Spring display, Tea and Tulips, has transformed the space into a dream-like garden tea party. Bright colors feature four teas: rose hip, chamomile, ginger peach, and lavender. Also, plan ahead by timing it with the Bellagio Fountains show schedule.

See More: Your Complete Guide on Bellagio Botanical Gardens


Top 5 Things to Do in March in Las Vegas

Our top 5 we recommend this month

  1. Madonna, T-Mobile Arena (Mar 1-2)
  2. David Blaine, Wynn (Mar 27-30)
  3. Adele, Caesars Palace (Mar 1-29)
  4. The Netflix Slam: Rafael Nadal vs Carlos Alcaraz, Mandalay Bay (Mar 3)
  5. Foodieland Night Market, Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Mar 29-31)
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March Las Vegas Shows and Concert

More: 9 Las Vegas Shows You Can’t Miss


What to Eat in Las Vegas in March

Whether you’re looking for fruits and vegetables at the farmer’s market or you want to eat farm-to-table, this is what you will find in season in Las Vegas (zone 9a).

  • Fruits in Season – Rhubarb
  • Vegetables in Season – Asparagus, Carrots, Dill, Green Garlic, Green Onions, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Onions, Parsnips, Radish, Salad Greens, Spinach, Turnips

More: 49 Best Places to Eat in Las Vegas

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The Best Farm-to-Table Restaurants in Las Vegas

Here are some of the best farm-to-table restaurants in Las Vegas to check out:

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Tips for Visiting Las Vegas in March

  • Want to avoid crowds? Don’t come during Spring Break or March Madness.
  • Pack layers – it will get cool at night, and AC is always pumping indoors. I keep a light jacket in the car year-round.
  • Don’t forget sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, or any other gear for sun protection if you’re doing outdoor activities.
  • Visiting on a budget? These are the top 25 free things to do in Las Vegas.
  • Buy tickets early to popular shows and events. They sell out quickly!
  • Save money on last-minute tickets at Tix4Vegas booths at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops, Showcase Mall, and Casino Royale if you’re flexible with shows (most likely not the popular ones). Tickets on Demand has permanently closed.
  • Read all the fine print before you go. Some shows have limitations on what you can bring in (for instance, no large bags).
  • Stay on the Strip if you want a quintessential touristy Vegas experience. Here are the top things to do on the Las Vegas Strip.
  • Stay in Downtown Vegas if you want to hang out with locals in East Fremont. Here are the top things to do in Downtown Las Vegas (DTLV)
  • Arrive early at the shows/events. Casinos can be a maze to navigate. In addition, it usually takes longer than you think to get from one spot on the strip to another.
  • Save money on multiple attractions with the All-Inclusive or Explorer Pass.

What to Wear in Vegas in March

March is warming up, especially during the day, but it still gets cold at night.

  • Bring layers – layers are essential for visiting Las Vegas in March. These are our favorite travel jackets.
  • Dressy clothes – pack them if you plan on going clubbing or eating fine dining. You will see a mix of tourists in casinos dressed up and down.
  • Shoes –  If you’re going out at night, you’ll probably bring heels or dress shoes, but make sure you bring a pair of comfortable travel shoes as well. The casinos are massive, and you walk a lot to get from place to place.
  • Want to know what to wear to the airport? Here’s my ideal airport outfit and our carry-on essentials for every flight.

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Is March the Best Time to Visit Las Vegas

If you’re primarily staying on the Strip, you can visit year-round since you won’t be spending much time outdoors.

For outdoor activities, visit between November and March. If you want warmer weather for pools or lakes, you’ll want to wait a couple more months.

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