Even if you aren’t Irish, St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to have green beer and a good time with friends. These are the most happening places to celebrate the luck of the Irish in Nashville.
Franklin Main Street Brewfest
If you’re looking for a place to have lots of beer on St. Patrick’s Day, hit Brewfest in downtown Franklin. There will be over 70 different beers available, as well as local food trucks and entertainment. Shop the downtown clothing boutiques while listening to live music. The fun happens Saturday, March 17, 2018, from 5 pm to 8 pm.
St. Paddy Clover Crawl
Hosted by Music City Pub Crawl, you can hit seven different bars by joining the annual St. Paddy Clover Crawl. The event takes place Saturday, March 17th from 4 pm to 7 pm. With the $15 cover charge, you get access to drink specials, games, party favors, and other activities.
Music City Irish Fest
With Irish music, traditional Irish games, food, and beer, the Music City Irish Fest is a celebration of all things Irish. It’s a free event that takes place at Riverfront Park downtown. Several musical artists are set to perform, and you can expect to see lots of people wearing traditional Irish kilts.
St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl
Hosted by Hop Scotch Events, the St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl takes place on Saturday, March 17th beginning at 11 am. It’s set to last more than 12 hours and will kick off with brunch at check-in. Everyone will receive a shirt and green beads to celebrate.
Shamrocked at Little Harpeth
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Little Harpeth Brewing with their Shamrocked event. Beginning at 8 pm on March 17th, there will be food, beer, live music, vendors, and even fire spinners.
The Last Stache
Your last chance to attend The Last Stache is this year, as the annual event is coming to an end. The event takes place at Tin Roof on Demonbreun and lasts from noon until 2:30 am. There will be three stages of live music, a photo booth, green beer, food trucks, party favors, and giveaways. You can also enjoy watching basketball on a 20-foot (six-meter) outdoor projection screen.