When it comes to St. Patrick’s Day, the South knows how to get our ire up! It is hard to believe that we are almost well into 2022. If you want to make sure that you get to live it up on March 17th, make plans now so you are prepared. It is so nice that we are all beginning to return to some sense of normalcy, so get out into the community, find something fun that strikes your fancy, and who knows, you might just find your pot of gold this year!
5th Annual St. Paddy’s Day on King Street
One thing that we can all be excited about is being able to return to communing with the community and getting out! The 5th Annual St. Paddy’s Day on King Street is a Bar Crawl that will have you going from one great favorite establishment to the next. Why go all the way to Savannah when you can stay closer to home and have the best of the best nearby. Located in Charleston on King’s Street, it is just a short drive or Uber to begin your crawl!
One thing is for sure, by the end of this event, you will probably be looking forward to crawling to bed! Tickets are required, so make sure to reserve yours now. You can check-in anytime between noon and 3 pm to get the festivities started. Upon entering, you will receive a “scorecard” that will list all the participating bars around Charleston. All participating bars have drink specials and discounted spirits, so get spirited up! The event will be held on March 12th, so get your tickets today!
7th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Blowout
If you are looking for another great blowout year, then the 7th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Blowout is calling! Charleston Sports Pub’s Summerville location is having their own St. Pat’s celebration offering drink specials like Green Beer, Irish Whiskey, Car Bombs, and Guinness Pints at Happy Hour pricing. The starting time is when you show up, so come with friends or come alone, either way, you will be among friends! The official time starts at 11 am and goes until 10:59 pm on St. Patrick’s day.
The 5th Annual Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Crawl – Charleston
On Saturday, March 19th, The 5th Annual Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Crawl will be going strong. Touting the luckiest bar crawl ever, there is a $1,000 Grand Prize for the best costume, exclusive drink specials, local food to enjoy, no cover, and an amazing after-party for those who want to go green or go home (but not go home). It starts at 4, meeting at 478 King Street, and you can get your tickets in advance. Some of the pubs that you will be crawling to are Burns Alley Tavern, Juanita Greenberg’s Nacho Royale, with the late-night Venue To be determined later.
Kiss Me, I’m Irish St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl
It is so much fun that it lasts for two whole days. The Kiss Me, I’m Irish St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl is one for the books. Meeting at JohnKing Grill & Dueling Piano Bar, the excitement just keeps coming. With live bands, DJs, and music galore, you can dance your beer calories away. The two days are March 12th and March 17th because who wants to just do it green on one day? You have to reserve your ticket and your wristband ahead of time or you will be out of luck. It offers drink specials at the “best bars in town,” so put on your big boy pants and get crawling!
Charleston St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Thursday, March 17th from 10 am – 11:30 am in downtown Charleston, a parade will be marching through. I mean who doesn’t love a parade? The procession starts at King Street and Radcliffe Street and goes all the way down until you turn onto Broad Street. It is the 25 anniversary of the parade and sure to please. From Irish step dancers to bagpipers and floats in-between, it will be a sight to see. Stop along the way and have your own pub crawl, you can pick up the parade where you left off. Afterward, meet friends at City Hall where there will be a ceremony to raise the Irish flag high, and if you aren’t slurring by then, you can join in singing the National Anthem along with other Irish fans!
St Patrick’s Day Mass
Because St. Patrick actually was a saint, not just a day that everyone celebrates by drinking green beer, there will be an Annual Mass commemorating his sainthood at St. Patrick Catholic Church at 134 St. Philip Street. The mass starts at 8 am, so you can go for brunch before the festivities pour when the bars open at 11.
St. Patrick’s Day is a beloved American tradition, and the South knows how to do it up-right! If you want to get your green on, enjoy a day and evening of debauchery, and eventually crawl home from the pub crawl, these are the best things to do for St. Patrick’s Day in Summerville. For more information about Summerville’s gatherings and festivities, check out Sea Turtle Properties’ real estate blog today!