Blizzard has revealed the list of upcoming World of Warcraft micro-holidays for 2019. There were 3 micro-holidays up until now, and there are 9 remaining.
Players can expect Ungoro Madness from March 17 to 19; March of the Tadpoles and Volunteer Guard Day in April; Spring Balloon Festival and Glowcap Festival in May; Thousand Boat Bash in June; Auction House Dance Party on July 22 and the second Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl will happen at the end of July. The year will end with the Moonkin Festival.
Last week players enjoyed Hatching of the Hippogryphs and last month they had a chance to play Call of the Scarab and the first Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl.
Introduced in Patch 7.1.5 of World of Warcraft: Legion, these short in-game events became famous as 'micro-holidays'. They last between one to three days and they are not attached to achievements.
The main reason Blizzard introduced these mini events is to "make the world feel more alive while ensuring that players don't feel pressured to join in order to get big rewards". With this being said, they hope micro-holidays will bring more fun and variety.