Whether you’re Irish or not, chances are you’ll be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. You can celebrate by wearing green, decorating with shamrocks, or our personal favorite – eating good food and drinking beer at a festival! See if any of these celebrations speak to the Irish spirit in you!
St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
Atlanta, GA – There is always too much celebrating going on in the ATL to list it all. Attend the parade, run a race, hit up a family friendly celebration, or attend Atlanta’s rowdiest bar crawl – the choice is up to you! Just don’t forget about Georgia’s largest craft beer fest and St. Patrick’s Day party going on all afternoon in Suwanee, GA.
Savannah, GA – Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah! St. Patrick’s Day is more like a season in the Low Country with the entire city taking a long weekend to celebrate and attend the largest parade around! The weekend-long festival will include an endless string of dance parties, live music, good food and good drinks.
Nashville, TN – Of course they know how to properly celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Nashville. They know how to celebrate a random Tuesday! The most popular options seems to be brunches and bar crawls – we say YES to all of that.
Memphis, TN – Go green in Memphis with parades, street parties, karaoke, and live music.
Charlotte, NC – The Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Charlotte Goes Green festival never disappoints! The festival features Irish music, Irish dancers, bagpipers, Irish/Celtic and other vendors, children’s amusements and plenty of food and drinks.
Wilmington, NC – The 20th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Wilmington, NC features live Irish music and traditional dance performances, plus food, beverages and crafts for purchase. There is a free family-friendly festival following the parade. Or make your way to one of Wilmington’s pub crawls to get your fill of green beer.
There is no doubt about it, the green beer will be flowing in all the great cities of the Southeast. The question is… where will you be celebrating?