Saint Patty’s Events


By Meghan Crozier

It’s no secret that Boston is a city of strong Irish roots, and enough pride to last a life time. Whether you’re singing along to Dropkick Murphy’s at a Red Sox game, or enjoying a Guiness at one of the Irish pubs on every Boston street corner, this city is the place to enjoy one of the most hyped up holiday’s of the year, aside from the night Santa shimmy’s down your chimney.

In addition on March 5th, President Obama proclaimed it to be Irish American Heritage Month, the Irish have stepped up their spirit and are ready to take on the holiday.  There are plenty of activities in the area for you and your friends to enjoy. From parades to pub crawls, these events are bound to make for a great holiday. Below are three great ideas for you and your friends to check out.

3/14-16 6PM Dropkick Murphys

If you hadn’t noticed from all the shamrocks and green in all the storefront windows, it’s that time of year again when the Irish make their debut on the streets of Boston and the local Celtic punk rockers kick off their annual run of St. Patrick’s Day shows. The price of tickets are a reasonable cost, ranging from $32.50 to $60.00. Unfortunately March 15-16 shows are currently sold out, but there’s still time for March 14th! Be sure to get your ticket here at LiveNation.

3/16 7PM – Luck of the Irish St. Patty’s Day Boston

This Luck of the Irish pub crawl has met all of our standards in the past, and they’re looking to recreate history with some of the best bars the city has to offer, learn more about it here.

3/17 10AM 3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Landsdowne Street: Lansdowne Pub, Boston, MA. This mega celebration, accompanied by authentic food, huge beer selection and live music all day long will certainly not disappoint. The music venue consists of:

12-2 pm: Ivy Leaf
2-4 pm: Dublin Free Press
5-7 pm: Great Whiskey Rebellion
7-9 pm: Bearfight’s Irish Mashup
9 pm- close: Bearfight

Not to mention, no cover until 9pm! Take a look at their facebook page.

Have a great Holiday!

“Here’s to the land of the shamrock so green, 
Here’s to each lad and his darlin colleen, 
Here’s to the ones we love dearest and most. 
May God bless old Ireland, that’s this Irishman’s toast!”

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