March is shaping up to be a massive month at the Market.
The Sharks are back with nine home games and we are excited to cheer them on as we get closer to the home stretch of the regular season. A few other great events at the arena: Jimmy Buffet is here to rock the HP Pavilion on March 8th, come down to the Market and grab 2 Pina Coladas before you head to the concert. And if you can’t make that concert March 23rd Lady Antebellum will be at HP and are sure to put on a great show. On March 13th, ‘Get Motivated’ rolls into town. This wonderful event brings thousands of people to downtown, and with speakers such as:
Mary Buffett - Internationally Acclaimed Investing Expert
Terry Bradshaw - Legendary NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback
General Colin Powell - World-Famous Soldier Statesman
Howard Putnam - Celebrated CEO of Southwest Airlines
Lance Armstrong - The Greatest Athlete of All Time
Tamara Lowe - New York Times Bestselling Author
Rick Belluzzo - Legendary President of Microsoft
Rudy Giuliani - America's Mayor
These extraordinary groups of individuals are not to be missed. The day is guaranteed to help you and your organization excel and reach new heights of success.
San Jose Jazz fest is also here to kick off the first annual Winter Fest. With stages throughout San Pedro Square you will have your choice of performers! Come grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants we have to offer and listen to some great music! The way it is set up allows you to feel part of the music allowing for a whole new experience of listening to jazz. And don’t be afraid to get up and dance! It is set up for you to do so. Bring a date as there will be a salsa dance lessons! There is even a FREE event called the “Club Crawl” which takes place on San Pedro Street allowing you to check out various Jazz artists and groups at all the different bars and restaurants. Not a fan of showing off your moves? That’s okay too! Grab a glass of wine or beer from one of the bars at San Pedro Square Market, grab a seat and get ready for a great night of music. We bet you’ll still find yourself tapping your feet along to the lively sounds.