St. Patrick’s Day Events in San Diego
We’re not quite as Irish as Chicago, but San Diego still has plenty of ways to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. Where they’ve got green rivers and overcast skies, we have green beer and sunshine. Check out some of our top picks for your 2018 St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
ShamROCK in the Gaslamp
Join over 20,000 party-goers in the Gaslamp Quarter for a night of music, green Bud Light, and general revelry. Whether you’re looking for Irish step dancers or to party with beats and a DJ, this massive block party has you covered. General and VIP Tickets for this 21-and-up event are available now, and the event goes from 4 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, March 17th.
2018 Irish 4 A Day St. Patrick’s Day Party Hop
One night of St. Patrick’s Day parties not enough for you? Extend your St. Paddy’s Day fun with Irish 4 A Day tickets that get you into over 20 parties on Fifth Avenue on Friday March 16th and Saturday March 17th. You also get welcome shots at 10 different venues, extended happy hours, and numerous other perks. Get your tickets online today.
St. Patrick’s Day Fun Run at Mission Bay Park
If you want to burn some calories before your first Guinness or whiskey — or if you just prefer a more health-oriented celebration — sign up for a fun run or walk at Mission Bay Park. Kick off your St. Patrick’s Day with a low-pressure 2-4 mile run, or go the distance with the 10K. The run starts at 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, March 17th.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade San Diego
You can’t go wrong with a classic — join the 38th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival at Balboa Park between 6th Street and Laurel. Throw back a cold one at the beer garden, explore a Celtic village, and grab a bite at one of the more than 75 booths. Bring the little ones by to enjoy The Kids Zone, which boasts traditional Irish music, kid-friendly rides, and crafts. No tickets required — just stop by between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 17th!
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