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Saint Patrick’s Day Weekend in Boston

It’s college students’ favorite time of the year…Saint Paddy’s Day! Flaunt your most outrageous green outfits, grab your beads and throw some glitter because Boston is going to be poppin’ this weekend! Here’s your insider scoop for a great weekend– no Luck of the Irish needed.

Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

Sunday, March 19th at 1:00pm

Join over a million spectators in the heart of South Boston to celebrate one of the most Irish cities in America. The annual parade put on by the Allied War Veterans of South Boston is a highly anticipated event that makes its way around the community, with colorful floats and Irish music. It starts at 1:00pm at Broadway Station and the rest of the route can be found here.

Irish Bites

The Burren is an Irish Pub in Somerville’s Davis Square that always features live traditional Irish music. Stop by this weekend for their Saint Patrick’s Day Special with live entertainment from the founders, Tommy McCarthy and Louise Costello, along with guest stars, Robert Elliot and Seamus Noonan. The $25 ticket includes a full Irish meal like corned beef and cabbage.

Bar Crawl

Friday, March 17th and Saturday, March 18th

Get your tickets to Boston’s Official Pub Crawl this weekend for access to all the best pubs and bars! Tickets start at $10.50 for one day with options for t-shirts and more. Don’t miss out on Hard Rock Cafe, Clarke’s, Mija Cantina, Hong Kong and more!

A Boston-Irish Read

Michael Patrick MacDonald is a Boston raised author who reflects on the residential area of South Boston. “Southie,” as they call it, had one of the highest rates of white poverty in America at the time with more than 85% of its residents collecting welfare. MacDonald beautifully portrays the best and worst moments of our local Boston community in his must-read book, All Souls: A Family Story from Southie.