Friday, February 12, 2016

5 St.Patrick's Day parties not to miss

St.Patrick's Day is coming up fast. Break out your hottest green attire and make sure you're at one of these 5 St. Paddy's Day parties.

5 St.Patrick’s Day parties not to miss


St.Patrick’s Day is coming up fast. Break out your hottest green attire and make sure you’re at one of these 5 St. Paddy’s Day parties:

1. St. Patrick’s Day at Fado Irish Pub

Forget about one measly day, Fado is celebrating all week long. Starting tonight (Saturday, March 9), Fado will be kicking off the celebration with a Saturday night dance party featuring DJ press Play. Get ready to move your feet to some high energy mixes of your faves from the 80s and today’s biggest dance hits! Check out the agenda for the rest of the week here.

2. The Shamrock Celebration at The Piazza at Schmidts

On Saturday, March 16th , come out and do the big day the right way. Rock out with 3000+ people with more than 50 craft beers at tons of different bars. You can dance off all of those booze with DJs Bizz, Reed Streets, Eddie Tully, Joe Broscoe, Sojo, Split Decision, The Rockets and more. More info here.

3. Brouhaha with Burning Bridget Cleary

On Sunday, March 17th, spend St.Patty’s day watching the “Best New Irish Artist” nominees, Burning Bridget Clearly.  These guys will surely get you in the mood with their high-spirited, foot-stomping, heart warming Celtic music. It all goes down at 7 pm at World Café Live. Purchase tickets here.

4. Philly’s official St. Paddy’s weekend kickoff party

The St.Paddy’s Day kick off party is happening on Friday, March 15 in Center City’s Tavern on Broad. Purchasing a kick off ticket gets you access to Friday’s party from 5 pm – close with drink specials all night long. The following night, you will also have access to Tavern’s St.Paddy’s Day Bar Crawls happening on both Saturday and Sunday. Register at anytime from 11 am – 6 pm at any location.

5. Finnigan’s Wake

This Irish Pub is sure to be packed on St. Patrick’s Day so get there fast! If you’re not feeling so great about the large crowd, try your luck by heading over to Finnigan’s this Sunday (March 10th) because they will also be celebrating the big day on an earlier note in honor of the St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Be sure to check back later on this week for additional postings!

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