Amway Center March Concerts
Orlando’s spacious Amway Center attracts top talent from across all genres. The Amway Center, which has a capacity of up to 18,500, is home to the Orlando Magic as well as the Orlando Solar Bears. When the Amway Center isn’t hosting professional sports games, it welcomes internationally-acclaimed singers, comedians, and other performers. This March, several accomplished musicians from a various genres will perform here.
Who is Performing at the Amway Center this March?
March 8: Marc Anthony
Kicking off the March concerts at the Amway Center is Marc Anthony, the top selling salsa artist of all time. His OPUS U.S. TOUR will mark his ninth visit to the Amway Center. This tour supports Marc Anthony’s eighth salsa album which was released on May 10, 2019. The set list however is not confined to his newest hits. Marc Anthony gives his fans what they want and plays fan-favorite hits from throughout his career. With songs such as Valio la Pena, Vivir Mi Vida, Y Hubo Alguien, and Flor Palida, on the set list, you’ll get to relieve all your favorite moments.
March 10: Billie Eilish
Just two days later, 17 year old pop sensation Billie Eilish is set to perform at the Amway Center. Known for her eccentric, spooky songs, she’s bringing her one-of-a-kind show to Orlando as part of her Where Do We Go? tour. The tour is in support of her studio debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? You can expect an energetic performance with creepy visuals and minimal conversation between songs. Although the exact set list has not yet been released, fans will hear songs such as Bad Guy and Bury a Friend, from her studio debut album, and perhaps newer material as well, such as her November 2019 single Everything I Wanted.
March 14: Andre Rieu
Known as the “King of Waltz,” the “Maestro of the Masses,” and a “Weapon of Mass Happiness,” Andre Rieu and his orchestra are a world-wide sensation. He’s credited for making classical music accessible to all, thanks to his sense of humor, showmanship, and focus on well-known tunes. On March 14, he is returning to Orlando with his 60 piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, along with international soloists and the Platin Tenors. Not only will the show include classical music, it will also feature popular opera arias, folk music, and film scores. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself waltzing in the aisles.
Your Orlando Hotel in Lake Buena Vista
As a guest at Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista formerly Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista, you won’t have to drive far to the Amway Center. Simply hop on Interstate 4 and you’ll be there in less than 30 minutes. Orlando also has rideshare options, so if you don’t have a car or want to avoid parking fees in downtown, Uber or Lyft can pick you up right from your hotel. To book your stay at Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista formerly Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista, give us a call at 407-996-7236 or click on the red button at the top of the page.