Not Sure What To Do? Here Are 3 Things To Do In Grand Rapids On St Patrick’s Day
Are you looking for things to do in Grand Rapids on St Patrick’s Day? From boisterous pub crawls to lively parades, there’s nothing quite like St. Patrick’s Day in the beautiful city of Grand Rapids. It’s a day where the bars are filled to the brim and lively crowds fill the streets of the downtown region. This St. Patrick’s Day, think outside of green beer and corned beef and cabbage sandwiches and spend the day enjoying Grand Rapid’s unique take on this classic holiday.
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Grand Rapids Bar Crawl
What’s a holiday without a great festival? How about Michigan’s largest St. Patrick’s Day street festival? This year, BarFly Ventures will host the sixth annual Irish on Ionia St. Patrick’s Day street party on Saturday, March 19. This 21 and up event will feature plenty of beer, games, Irish food and more. It will take place on Ionia Street in downtown Grand Rapids and will stretch from Oakes to Fulton and Weston to Commerce. It kicks off at 7 a.m. with a breakfast buffet and an abundance of Irish food. Partygoers will enjoy live music from several DJs and bands such as Moxie Strings, Disco Brunch, The Saltbound and more. There will also be an Irish jig stage that will feature the talents of groups like The Waxies and the Ardan Academy of Irish Dance. There are several ticket options available with prices ranging from $15-$60. This year, more than 17,000 participants are expected, and tickets will be going on sale in late February.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
If you’re looking for something a little more family-friendly, you won’t want to miss the city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 14. The event, which will be hosted by the Irish Cultural Committee, LLC, will take place from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. In the past, the parade has featured dozens of groups, marching bands, fire trucks, snow plows and an ambulance. The parade route begins at Monroe Street and continues down Monroe Center, Division and then ends on Library.
With its fun traditions and friendly atmosphere, Grand Rapids is a wonderful place to visit for St. Patrick’s Day. Whether you are native to the city or you’re planning a visit to the area, you will enjoy exploring all that we have to offer. Get off your butts and drink some green beer! There is plenty of fun and things to do in Grand Rapids on St Patrick’s Day.
Grand Rapids Bars
Get your map of Grand Rapids Bars below that will be open for the Irish on Ionia Party. Enjoy the green beer and have fun!
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