Get out your green because the luck o' the Irish is coming to Providence. While a lot of the annual St. Patrick's Day festivities have been canceled or postponed this year, there's still plenty of ways to celebrate. And after all, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, so get ready to celebrate the weekend before and after!
Planning for a night in? Check out some of these recipes to get into the festive spirit.
The party starts at 9 a.m. and lasts all day long! Enjoy live entertainment from the Providence PD Pipes & Drums and MLC Irish Band, plus all-day giveaways, including signed Dropkick Murphys memorabilia.
Providence's St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held Saturday, March 21, in the Smith Hill area beginning at noon. The parade is considered the largest in the state to celebrate this popular Irish holiday.
The St. Pat's 5K will start and finish at the Rhode Island State House on Smith Street in Providence on Saturday, March 21, at 11 a.m. Walkers are welcome. The first 500 participants to register for all three Tour de Patrick races online will receive a FREE Tour de Patrick backpack. Be sure to register early!
On March 17th celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with us starting at 11 a.m.; enjoy corned beef and draft beer specials, DJ Justin Dupont from 5–8 p.m., and catch four of the first basketball tournament games too. Snag prizes, promos and giveaways all day!
Discover the joys of the Irish culture at the 11th Annual Patriot Place Irish Festival. The popular St. Patrick’s Day event features live performances by Irish musicians and step dancers, and free Irish-themed activities for children of all ages.