7 Things To Do In Nashville On St. Patrick’s Day
This year, St. Patrick’s Day comes on Thursday 17 march, 2018. This means the festivities will go all the way up to Sunday. Whether you are Irish or not, you love green beer or not, you cannot resist the joy and the celebrations that come with St. Paddy. With music city being home to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, you can expect even more celebrations this year than usual. Here are 7 things to do in Nashville on that great day or weekend.
- The Last Stache. This has been the most popular annual event in Nashville over the past years and sadly it’s coming to an end. Enjoy the Last Stache for the last time at Tin Roof on Demonbreun from noon to dawn. As usual there will be live music, plenty of green beer, food trucks, photo booths, favors and huge big screen TVs.aditionally, there will be a 20-foot projection screen to watch basketball on. If you miss the event you can attend other legendary events like The Lucky Sasquatch, St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, clover crawl and bar crawl for live music and plenty of beer to sample.
- Music City Irish Fest. Tap into your inner Irish man in this great annual event where everything is Irish. Enjoy the Irish music, traditional Irish games, food and beer at Riverfreont Park. The theme is Irish kilts and there will be plenty of live music.
- Comedy club. See Steve Martin and Martin Short as they bring laughter at the Grande Ole Opry House. The comedy giants along with other top comedians are doing their national tour and they will spend St. Patrick’s in Nashville.
- Tennessee Game Days. If you are a fan of board games, poker and playing cards, you will be right at home at the Tennessee game days all weekend long. Children and adults are allowed to register and be part of the gaming marathon or you can just come and watch as others play.
- Hike. What better way to spend some great family time than hiking? On March 17, join the park rangers for the urban hike at Bicentennial Capitol Mall Park. The 2.5-mile hike involves a lot of stairs so you should bring water and friends to push you. You can also join other hikes going on in town that weekend if you miss the urban hike.
- Questival. Questival is a 24-hour adventure race open for both adults and kids. The race will start on Friday at 5 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. the following day. Apart from all the fun you will have racing and watching people race, winners also get a chance to win trips and amazing gear.
- Franklin Main Street Brewfest. If your dream is to drink plenty of beer on that day, join other beer lovers for this brewfest where there will be over 70 types of beers to taste. You will also get to sample great food and listen to amazing music as you drown yourself in delicious beer.
Having fun with friends and family, sampling new stuff and experiencing the Irish culture is all you should do on St. Patrick’s Day. Spend the weekend high in excitement as you hop from one event to the other experiencing different kinds of beer, food and music.