The 9 Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Orlando

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Top of the morning to you! If you’re looking for a bit of craic in Orlando this St. Patrick’s Day, you’re in luck! From parades to parties, this year’s festivities are sure to have you feeling as jolly as a leprechaun with a pot of gold. So, grab your green garb and get ready to shamrock and roll with our top 9 picks for St. Paddy’s Day fun in the City Beautiful.

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

Get your crawl on and join Orlando Pub Crawl for their St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl. Starting at Hooch Wall Street, you can enjoy free premium drinks and specials and avoid all cover charges. The event takes place on March 17 from 5-11 pm.

St. Patrick’s Day Street Party Celebration – Promenade at Sunset Walk: 

At Promenade at Sunset Walk, you can join in the festivities of the St. Patrick’s Day Street Party & Celebration with free admission. Get ready to enjoy non-stop music, street performers, lucky leprechauns, and food & drink specials. It starts at 2 pm at 3251 Margaritaville Blvd in Kissimmee.

St. Patrick’s Day 2 Day Festival: 

Head to Oviedo Amphitheatre & Cultural Center for a two-day, family-friendly festival. With live Irish entertainment, fresh Guinness, Smithwicks, and Harp on draft, and food trucks featuring unique Irish cuisine, there’s something for everyone. The festival starts March 17 at 4 pm and runs through March 18 at 10 pm.

Shamrock The Block Street Party: 

Get ready to Shamrock the Block at this exciting street party on East Washington Street in Thornton Park! Join The 808, Cavo’s Bar & Kitchen, Burton’s Thornton Park, and Graffiti Junktion for an evening of games, entertainment, and drink specials. The event will include three complimentary drinks for each ticket purchased. Purchase tickets in advance for $10 or on the day of the event for $15. Don’t miss out on the fun and excitement in Thornton Park.

Irish Fest 2023: 

Lake Eola Park is the place to be from March 18 to March 20 for the Irish Fest 2023. Celebrate Irish culture, heritage, and fun with a weekend filled with live entertainment, Irish dancers, and delicious Irish cuisine. Whether you’re Irish or just looking for a fun way to spend the weekend, this event has something for everyone. So mark your calendars, and don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy a weekend of Irish Fest at Lake Eola Park.

8th Annual Crooked Can Celtic Festival:

Mark your calendars for the 8th Annual Crooked Can Celtic Festival at Crooked Can Brewing Company from March 17 to March 19. Enjoy three days of live Celtic music, Irish dancers, local vendors, delicious food and drinks, and much more. With free admission, this festival is a must-attend event for anyone looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style. Don’t miss out on the fun and excitement at the Crooked Can Celtic Festival!

St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at Raglan Road: 

From March 17 to March 20, you can enjoy live music, traditional Irish dancers, and delicious food and drinks at Raglan Road. This event is located at Disney Springs and is the perfect spot for families to celebrate.

5th Annual St Paddy’s Day Truck Pull & Street Festival:

Get ready for the 5th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Truck Pull & Street Festival in Historic Downtown Sanford. The event will take place on Saturday, March 18, from 4-9 pm on 2nd Street, in the ‘Famous L’ between Celery City Craft and West End Trading Company. 

Participants can form teams of 10 to pull a fire truck to compete for bragging rights and have fun while benefitting the Special Needs Ability Program, Inc. In addition to the truck pull, there will be live music on multiple stages, lots of craft beer, food trucks, craft vendors, and lots of Sanford fun. The best part? Admission is free, so don’t miss out on the festivities!

St. Patrick’s Day at Liam Fitzpatrick’s:

Liam Fitzpatrick’s is throwing an all-day St. Patrick’s Day party with live music and delicious food and drink specials. It’s located at 951 Market Promenade Avenue in Lake Mary and runs from 11 am to 2 am on March 17.

So, we hope you’ve enjoyed our top 10 picks for this year’s festivities. Whether you chose to paint the town green at a raucous party or opted for a more family-friendly affair, we’re sure you made some memories to cherish. As always, the magic of the Irish spirit was in full force, reminding us of the importance of celebrating life’s simple pleasures with the ones we love. Here’s to a lucky and joyful year ahead – Sláinte!


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