Top 10 Things To Do in Mobile this March
1. 2020 Mobtown Mac ‘n Cheese Fest
Come out to Cathedral Square to support United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile and see which teams have the best Mac ‘N Cheese in Mobile!
2. Downtown Cajun Cook Off
The annual Cajun Cook Off is back for another year of delicious food and fun! Proceeds benefit the Child Advocacy Center.
3. Bay Bites Food Truck Festival
Cooper Riverside Park
Come out to Downtown Mobile to taste not only the best food trucks in our area but craft beer and wine, live music and kid friendly entertainment on the banks of the Mobile River. Proceeds to Mobile Baykeeper help keep our rivers and local waters clean and thriving.
4. Azalea Trail Run
The 43rd annual Azalea Trail Run once again rolls through the streets of Mobile this year with 2k, 5k and 10k races. Awards plus food and drink follow the race at the Mobile Civic Center.
5. Bienville Bites Food Tour
Our weekly tours continue this March with our Friday and Saturday LoDa Stroll tour along with our Thursday night, Old Mobile Evening tour. Join us as we visit many of Mobile’s hottest and iconic restaurants and shops in three hours. March is also a great month to book a private tour!
6. 2020 Downtown Get Down
The Hargrove Foundation hosts the 3rd annual Downtown Get Down, a block party in Downtown Mobile with food from local restaurants, food trucks, music from the Jukebox Brass Band, activities in the kids zone and more.
7. Cheese and Old Majestic Beer Pairing
The Cheese Cottage
Come out to The Cheese Cottage as they partner with Old Majestic Brewing for this special cheese and beer pairing. Tickets can purchased on The Cheese Cottage website and will sell out fast!
8. 2020 Chili Cook Off
Mardi Gras Park
The 31st annual Chili Cook Off hosted by the American Cancer Society returns to Mardi Gras Park with four hours of delicious chili and live entertainment.
9. Touch A Truck
Hank Aaron Stadium
Come out to the Hank for this family friendly event that offers children a chance to climb aboard and touch some of the vehicles that protect and serve our communities. Proceeds benefit pediatric cancer at USA Health.
10. Lemon Face Gala
Hosted by Aubreigh’s Army Foundation on what would have been Aubriegh’s 13th birthday, the Lemon Face Gala will celebrate but also raise awareness of DIPG to raise funds that will help find a cure for this disease.