While March in the city of Scottsdale typically comes in like a lamb and goes out like an even cuddlier lamb, the excitement around town comes in like a lion and roars for 31 days. There really is something for everyone when you visit Scottsdale this month. Here are just a few of the great attractions to enjoy.

Visit Scottsdale RodeoParada del Sol Rodeo: This month,Arizona celebrates one hundred years of statehood with a weekend of bull riding and bronco bustin’. Come on out to Westworld of Scottsdale March 2nd through the 4th to experience this PRCA-sanctioned rodeo along with live music, dancing and lots of activities for the kids.

Third Annual Goodguys Spring Nationals: Over 2,000 custom hot rods roar into Westworld of Scottsdale the weekend of March 9th to compete for top honors in the Southwest. The Spring Nationals features live driving action with the Street Challenge AutoCross, as well as hundreds of vendors and a swap meet for anyone looking to buy or sell that hard-to-find part.

Bruce Hornsby: The 1987 Grammy award winner brings his musical versatility to the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 10th. Those who purchase tickets to this one-night event will be treated to a cozy and intimate show featuring Hornsby on piano.

Standing Up! On Wednesday, March 14th, nationally renowned comedian Mark Cordes performs his side-splitting standup at Chaparral Suites Scottsdale. All proceeds will go to SPI bullying prevention programs, so come on out and enjoy some big laughs in support of a great cause.

Jeffrey Tambor – Performing Your Life: The well-known character actor from such hits as Entourage and Arrested Development comes to the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 24th for an interactive seminar. In this interesting presentation, Tambor will help audience members get acquainted with their inner artist by teaching them to identify their own personal narratives.

As you can see, fun is happening all over the city of Scottsdale this March. From rodeos and cars to music and comedy, there’s something for every member of the family when you visit Scottsdale this month. And don’t worry – the forecast calls for clear skies and gentle winds.