Top 25 Things to Do in March

Farmers markets are back and so are the ’90s, plus the world’s biggest selfie and... soup!


Berg Orchestra – Mar 9

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The contemporary orchestra known for its metro performances, sound walks, and orchestral accompaniments to silents films, opens its new season with a concert at St. Agnes Convent.

Paul Simon & Sting – Mar 14

CANCELLED: The musical behemoths play through a joint catalogue that spans four decades; an unlikely collaboration that has so far gotten rave reviews from audiences and critics.

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Zola Jesus – Mar 16

The experimental project of American singer-songrwriter Nika Roza Danilova returns to Prague with haunting melodies that perfectly showcase her big vocals.

Excelent Jukebox: Jungle – Mar 23

Seventies-style funk, jungle percussion, or modern soul – no matter how you define this seven-piece collective, their live show is like no other.

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The Notwist – Mar 24

At its noisiest this German art-rock group has been compared to Dinosaur Jr., at its mellowest Radiohead but has, through the years, carved out a sound all its own.

Is Tropical  Mar 31

A London indie-electronica quartet known for merging echoey dance and rock à la New Order, plays in support of their latest album, Black Anything.


Speedstop Winter 2015 – Mar 7-8

Experience audio visual projections and top sounds from underground djs at Prague’s newest multi-functional meeting space and music venue, Vila Štvanice.

Morvaian Folklore Party – Mar 10

Didn’t catch last month’s Moravian Ball? Head to Café V lese for a kitsch-heavy re-imagining complete with ironic dulcimer band.

90’s No Limit – Mar 20

If Night at the Roxbury doesn’t come to mind when you think of Culture Beat and Haddaway, then you’ll love this live showcase of Euro-dance stars.


Žižkov Night – Mar 13-14

A two-day multi-genre festival with over 100 performers taking to 30+ stages in this club- and pub-packed Prague district. Also slated are theater, readings, and performances.

Electronic Beats Festival – Mar 13

A world-class line-up comes to this year’s Electronic Beats Festival at Archa, the 10th anniversary edition, including the dreamy psych-rock of Los Angeles quartet Warpaint.

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Prague Spirit Festival – Mar 20-23

A festival of yoga workshops and classes, healthy food vendors, and general good vibes and enlightenment returns to New Town Hall for your bliss.

Theater & Film

One World – Mar 2-11

The 17th annual International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, “Bursts the Bubble” of prejudice this year with a program of provocative cinema including the highly anticipated doc Citizenfour.

Royal Shakespeare Company – Mar 4

A broadcast of the RSC’s Love’s Labour’s Won (Much Ado About Nothing) live from Stratford-upon-Avon is screening at Bio Oko as part of an on-going series.

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Futuregate Sci-Fi Film Festival – Mar 12-15

Returning to Prague for a second time. Catch Terry Gilliam’s latest, The Zero Theorem plus cult favorites like the 1986 James Cameron sci-horror flick, Aliens.

Febiofest – Mar 19-27

Cinestar Anděl hosts this annual audience-friendly film fest, one of the country’s most popular showcases for full-length films. This year’s high-profile celeb guests: Hitchcock muse Kim Novak and English legend Alan Rickman.

Book Burning and Immerwahr  Mar 19 and 23

Flemish author Pieter De Buysser reprises his performance “Book Burning” and debuts a new production “Immerwahr” that is inspired by the life of a German chemist. In English.

Art, Design, & Fashion

The Importance of Being a Moving Image – now through May 24

The National Gallery’s Trade Fair Palace has just opened a new space devoted to video and film installations. The inaugural exhibit is by Dutch artist Mieke Bal.

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Dyzajn Market – Mar 21-22

The Piazetta of the National Theatre hosts this funky fun flea market that brings together top design talents from amateur to professional in every medium from fashion to ceramics.

Prague Fashion Weekend – Mar 21-22

The Czech Republic’s biggest fashion event promises runway shows, parties, sample sales, and plenty of glitter and glitz in its annual showcase of local designers and international stars.

Michal Drozen/Start Up End Down – now through Apr 12

One exhibit in a series devoted to young Czech artists at Prague City Gallery. Michal Drozen’s painting reflects the uniformity of an urban upbringing.

Food & Drink

Let’s Q – Mar 2

Get out your grills and queue up for barbecue class! Learn all the techniques and tricks needed to smoke, rub, marinade, and more. Put on by the chefs at Sale & Pepe.

Hot God: Opening Day – Mar 7

Hot dog deities Hot God make a mean dog on a grilled brioche-style bun. They will park their food truck at the opening day of the farmers market at Kubánské náměstí (several other markets open in March as well).

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Polívkování Soup Festival – Mar 28

A soup festival with vendors serving up soups from around the world along the Smíchov embankment. Just thing to help ease the transition from winter thaw to spring sunshine.

Random Fun

The World’s Biggest Selfie – Mar 1

Head over to Wenceslas Square Sunday at 3pm to participate in what could possibly prove to be the world’s biggest selfie. Organizers are aiming for 1150+ people to smush together for one epic shot.

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