Hello Portland! St. Patrick’s Weekend is here! Enjoy the luck of the Irish w/ Dirty Leprechaun Fun Run and Shamrock Run! Or celebrate all weekend w/ St. Patrick’s Day Across the Land w/ McMenamins, Irish Craft Ale Festival & St. Patrick’s Festival @ Paddy’s. Plus Food, Beer, Music, Costumes & More!
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Pipeline is once again giving away many Portland event tickets this weekend including St. Patrick’s Day, Cider Rite of Spring, Tony Starlight & more.
St Patrick’s Day is on Friday, meaning many parties and events all weekend. As always, we have a large list of Portland St Patrick’s Day events including parties, dinners, shows, etc.
March 17 @ Crystal Ballroom – Come dance to your favorite 80s music videos in the Crystal Ballroom for St Patrick’s Day! Put on your green finest and come check out the Ballroom covered in green decor!
March 17-18 – We’re marking our favorite holiday with seasonal Irish Stout, Irish Coffee, Irish Reuben & Irish Stew. Dance a jig, get the McMenamins Passport stamp, and, at some spots, celebrate on both Friday & Saturday for two-day celebrations!
Hello Portland! The weekend is back and it’s St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrate Across the Land, plus delicious food & music! Toast spring at Irish Craft Ale Festival and Vancouver Brewfest! The Portland Roadster Show is at Expo Center & treat your sweet tooth at Dash to Doughnuts! + Take our survey for a chance to […]
March 19 w/ Shanghai Portland Party Bus – We’ll hop onto our giant party bus at a central meeting spot downtown and cruise between around 5 bars blasting party music in the presence of LED and Disco lighting.
March 17 @ McMenamins Breweries – Irish or not, you’ll want to join in the party here; in addition to live music for dancing a jig, we’ll be serving our lucky Irish Stout, Irish coffee, MacSleyne Irish Stew, Irish Reubens and more. Keep an Irish ear out for a roving bagpiper, too.
March 19 in Downtown Portland – As a nexus for labor and shipping in the Pacific Northwest, Portland often had the repute of a rugged, rough and tumble town, more than willing to allow the miners, loggers, and fishermen an opportunity to part with their hard earned cash in whatever debaucherous manner they chose.