This Week: March into March with Local Flair
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 Nightlife: The Last Lipstick

Nightlife: The Last Lipstick
Old Ironsides
Mar 1
Tues 9pm
For the past 11 years, Tuesday nights have hosted the popular & packed Lipstick indie rock, pop, and electronic dance party with DJs Shaun Slaughter and Roger Carpio. This Tuesday marks the final Lipstick--celebrate with a special performance by The New Humans and a huge announcement regarding some amazing new stuff. Come celebrate the first indie rock/pop party of Sacramento Nightlife and the one closest to everyone's hearts.

 Music: Local Bands Local Brews
Music: Local Bands & Local Brews
Townhouse Lounge
March 2
Wed 7pm-11pm
In conjunction with the multiple events occuring as part of Sacramento Beer Week, Sudwerk Brewery celebrates 21 years as the region's pioneer for local craft beers by releasing a limited edition beer, Sudwerk Imperial Pilsner. Featuring performances by Justin Farren, The Hot Tar Roofers, The Red Knots, Blvd. Park, and Musical Charis.
Theatre: Macbeth: Resurrected
Theatre: Macbeth: Resurrected
Wilkerson Theatre
Ongoing-Mar 19
Thurs-Sat 8pm
Macbeth: Resurrected is an adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of murder and greed starring local favorite Tygar Hicks as Macbeth. In this adaptation, under King Duncan's rule, women are now on the battlefront in a war torn country. In the span of a generation, a woman's role has been redefined and reconstructed in a dramatic contrast of before and after.
 Music: Renegade: A Tribute to The Styx & The Great Rock Classics
Music: Renegade: A Tribute to Styx & the Great Rock Classics
Mar 4
Fri 7pm
A Renegade show is the ultimate live experience for the classic rock enthusiast, both young and old. With big rocker persona and a penchant for soaring power ballads, they deliver rock solid performances reminiscent of the big stadium shows of the late '70s and early '80s.
Special Events: Bloomin Crazy Plant Festival
Special Events: Bloomin' Crazy Plant Festival
Sacramento Zoo
Mar 5
Sat 9am-4pm
It's time to add more wild and brilliant color to your backyard and check out some of the new plants for sale. There will be professionals to talk to from garden clubs, nurseries, outdoor and gardening centers, and other plant organizations. It will be a beautiful day filled with colors of blossoms and smiles, don't miss Bloomin' Crazy and get all the dirt on gardening!
 Sports & Rec: California State Yo-Yo Championship
Sports & Rec: California State Yo-Yo Championship
Westfield Downtown Plaza
Mar 5
Sat 9am-6pm
The California State Yo-Yo Championship is coming once again to Sacramento. If you have ever been interested in yo-yos, this event is the one to attend in California. With over 200 competitors and a mall full of experienced pros, there is no better place to buy a yo-yo, learn to yo-yo, and meet your favorite yo-yo-ers.
 Visual Arts: 1st Saturday African American Art Tour

Visual Arts: 1st Saturday
African-American Art Tour

Various Sacramento Locations
Mar 5
Sat Noon-6pm *Some venues open until 9pm
The Sacramento African-American Art Collective hosts a monthly self-guided tour on 1st Saturdays, highlighting work of Sacramento & Northern California's African-American artists. The tour showcases the ethnic diversity of the entrepreneurial community and the wealth of regional African-American talent.

Holiday Events: Mardi Gras Pub 'n Grub Crawl Holiday Events: Mardi Gras Pub 'n Grub Crawl
Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Mar 5
Sat 6pm
Celebrate with your favorite Old Sac restaurants and pubs. Your self guided pub crawl will take you through multiple venues with live music, food and drink specials, street entertainment, beads, costumes, and more. Come celebrate Mardi Gras Old Sac style! For a round-up of Mardi Gras events, check our Facebook note.
Music: Angele Dubeau & La Pieta   Music: Angele Dubeau & La Pietà
Community Center Theater
Mar 5
Sat 8pm
The all-woman string ensemble, plus piano, features some of Canada's top musicians. Founded in 1997 by Québécoise virtuoso violinist Angèle Dubeau, La Pietà is renowned for its breathtaking virtuosity, impeccable precision, energy, musical richness, and, above all, the members' contagious joy of playing. The program features works of great composers such as Vivaldi, de Falla, and Bizet.
 Dance: Camellia International Dance Festival Concert
Dance: Camellia International Dance
Festival Concert

Sacramento State Union Ballroom
Mar 6
Sun 1pm-3:30pm
High-quality ethnic dance performances in authentic costumes. Countries represented include Serbia, China, India, Romania, Egypt, and more. Enjoy a free, easy international dance lesson immediately following the concert. Fun for the whole family! News

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