Check out our short list of must-do arts and entertainment events happening in March around the Main Line region.
The Smithereens at Ardmore Music Hall
Anyone who went to college in the mid-’80s should remember Carteret, N.J.’s Smithereens. The powerful live outfit had a short string of memorable hits, including “A Girl Like You” and “Behind the Wall of Sleep.” All were sung by band leader Pat DiNizio, who passed away in 2017 at 62. The group continues to perform with help from fill-in vocalists. This show features Marshall Crenshaw, a minor ’80s legend in his own right. Visit ardmoremusichall.com
Thru April 11
Wayne Thiebaud 100: Paintings, Prints, and Drawings at Brandywine River Museum of Art
Sacramento, Calif.’s Crocker Art Museum organized this varied exhibition to spotlight the remarkable 70-year career of celebrated artist Wayne Thiebaud, who passed away last year at 101. The retrospective features a selection of his paintings, watercolors and prints. Visit brandywine.org
Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical at People’s Light
Get set for the world premiere of this propulsive musical by B. Jeffrey Madoff, which celebrates the journey of R&B legend Lloyd “Mr. Personality” Price. Visit peopleslight.org
St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Philadelphia
Celebrate 250 Years of “faith, family, friendship and heritage” at this iconic parade and cultural event. Visit philadelphiastpatsparade.com
Cabbage & Stout 5K in West Chester
Don your most festive Irish garb to snare a prize in this St. Paddy’s Day 5K winding through West Chester. Then celebrate your finish with a beer and a plate of broiled cabbage and potatoes at the Stove & Tap after-party.