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Atlanta St. Patrick's Day events

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Atlanta offers a variety of festive St. Patrick's Day events this year for adults and families. Since St. Patrick's Day is on a Monday, many businesses are having their celebrations on the weekend before the holiday. So get ready for some green beer, Irish music, and old fashioned Irish fun.

Fado Irish Pub - Located in the heart of Buckhead, Fado's will hold its 18th annual St. Patrick's Day party beginning Saturday March 15. Buckhead Ave will be closed so that stages, tents, bars, and beer gardens can be set up for a huge St. Patrick's Day party. Tickets cost $20 for a single day or $30 for a 2-day pass. Buy tickets here.

Atlanta St. Patrick's Day Parade - Takes place in MidTown Atlanta at noon on Saturday March 15. This is a family-friendly event started by the Hibernian Benevolent Society. The parade features many Irish groups that are a vital part of Atlanta's Irish community. Find out more here.

Kegs and Eggs Crawl. A 4-bar crawl featuring "leprechaun-sized" adult beverages such as green beer, green mimosas, and bloody Marys. Takes place on Saturday March 15 from 10 AM - 2 PM. Must be 21 or over to attend. Purchase tickets here.

Shamrock Music Fest. Enjoy music tributes to Journey, The Blues Brothers, U2, Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, and more. Also enjoy art, a mechanical bull, food trucks, vendors of all types, a photo booth, and of plenty of green beer. Admission is $19.95. Buy tickets here.

Get Lucky Festival at Park Tavern. March 15th, doors open at 1 PM. Live performances by Dirk Quinn, Desire, Moby Dick, Action Jackson, and DJs from Ampd Atlanta. Enjoy green beer, music, and fun at Piedmont Park. Find out more here.

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