It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day and you know what that means! Green beer here, green beer there, green beer everywhere… Ironically, green beer is made with blue food coloring because it balances the yellowish hue of light beer turning it a lovely shade of green. Now you know!
Will you be drinking the green beer during this year’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations? If you are on the fence or you need a new place to celebrate, try one of these cities on for size.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
Wilmington, NC – After the parade, this festival will include live music, dancing, great food and drinks all at Riverfront Park.
Charlotte, NC – The Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day Parade and festival promises to be another great one! The festival features Irish music, Irish dancers, bagpipers, Irish/Celtic and other vendors, children’s amusements and plenty of food & beverages.
Savannah, GA – It’s not one single event. It is an entire city taking a long weekend to celebrate including the largest parade around! In addition to the parade, you can look forward to a weekend-long festival and endless string of dance parties from sunup to midnight.
Atlanta, GA – As usual there is too much going on in the ATL to list it all. Thankfully, Atlanta.net has compiled a list for us including parades, pub crawls, block parties and road races. And don’t forget about Georgia’s largest craft beer fest and St. Patrick’s Day party going on all afternoon in Suwanee, GA.
Memphis, TN – Parades, parties, music, pub crawls… Memphis has it all and is celebrating big for St. Paddy’s.
Nashville, TN – You KNOW Nashville will be celebrating with all the right moves for St. Patrick’s Day. Brewfest, bar crawl, beercade, and a Music City Irish Fest are just a few of your options in Music City.
There is no doubt about it, the green beer will be flowing in all these great cities of the Southeast. The question is… what will you be drinking?