There are more than a hundred events planned for St. Patrick’s Day all across Nashville in Tennessee. You may host a private party, or you could hit the streets. You might attend one of the pub crawls or enjoy the parades in the morning. You could sign up for a brunch or hop from one major event to another. St. Patrick’s Day will have one blast of a weekend this year and you have to pick some of the most happening festivities in town. Here are five festive ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Nashville this year.
- You can be at Shamrock’d for a themed party on St. Patrick’s Day. Admission is $15 per person, only adults who are aged twenty-one years or older. There would be a live DJ. There is a costume contest and endless foods & beverages. There will be a photo booth and generous giveaways. The party starts at 6 p.m. and would be on till 9 p.m. at Dick’s Last Resort on 154, 2nd Avenue North in Nashville.
- You can start your day with Kegs and Eggs Kickoff on St. Patrick’s Day. The party starts at 10:30 a.m. in Hard Rock Cafe on 100, Broadway in Nashville. There is no better place to have a full American breakfast with some cold beer before you set out on an entire day of jubilations.
- You can head straight to Tin Roof Broadway from Hard Rock Café. This St. Patrick’s Day event is a themed bar hopping adventure. The party is on for the whole day, starting at 11 a.m. and wrapping up at 10 p.m. You don’t need to spend the whole day at Broadway of course. There are many more festivities lined up.
- Pub or bar crawl is almost imperative on St. Patrick’s Day. You can be at 322, Broadway, for the Irish Stroll. This is a traditional pub crawl with special drinks at various participating pubs and bars. This is where the party is going to run into the wee hours of Sunday morning. The crawl starts at 1 p.m. and wraps up at 3 a.m. on the 18th. Some of the participating establishments are Buffalo’s Nashville, Piranah’s, HQ Beercade and Benchmark Sports Bar. There is no time bound or chronological order you have to adhere to while visiting the various participating venues. You would get a map and a wristband, assuring you direction and admission at all listed bars and pubs.
- It would be unacceptable if you don’t show up for the 15th Main Street Brewfest. The annual event in downtown Franklin will have more than seventy beers at various tasting venues. If you are of legal age and love beer, then you should be here on the 17th of March from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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