St. Patrick's Day Celebrations
In Maryland, we're all Irish on St. Paddy's Day!
Four weekends of Irish-themed celebrations at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery. Embrace the festivities as the home of Guinness comes to life with Irish music, food and dance, and of course, pints of the ‘black stuff’. Each day of the festival provides something new and exciting to enjoy – topped off with beautiful views of the city from the Gravity Bar on the seventh floor – where you can enjoy a pint and watch the rest of Dublin celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
The brewers have melded Irish tradition with American innovation to create special limited-time beer releases for the holiday. The Open Gate Brewery is the only place in the world to try these Baltimore-brewed beers and explore the more than 260 years of the Irish brewer's history.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Caroline County. Join the 15th Annual St. Paddy's Race 5K and One Mile Fun Run in Denton, MD, where the whole family can get in on the fitness fun!
The annual Annapolis St. Patrick's Parade includes a festival for all ages afterwards at City Dock featuring Irish Dancers, Face Painting & other Kid Activities, Pipe Bands, We're NOT Handsome, and Dublin 5. Plenty of Libations as well! Open and free to the public (Cash Bar).
Baltimore’s St. Patrick Parade is truly the jewel in Maryland’s emerald crown. For more than 60 years, thousands of spectators from the region have crowded the streets and sidewalks of downtown Baltimore and the famous Inner Harbor to watch thousands more march and celebrate Irish culture, music, song, and dance.
May the luck be with you! Bars, breweries, and restaurants across Howard County are getting into the St. Patty's spirit with special events, menus, and craft brews.
Get your green on and join in the celebrations of Ocean City’s St. Patrick’s Parade on Saturday, March 11. The Parade begins at noon and runs on Coastal Hwy from 60th – 44th Street. Arrive early to get your spot on Coastal Highway, and don’t forget to bring a chair/blanket and possibly an extra bag to collect all the candy and other goodies that you may gather during the parade! The Irish Festival begins at 11 a.m. at the 45th Street Shopping Center with music, entertainment, refreshments and more!