A Guide to Every 2020 St. Paddy’s Day Event Still Happening in Seattle, Bellingham and Spokane

In a pinch to find a St. Paddy’s day event near you? If you’re looking for the perfect night to not remember, we’ve got you covered. Throw on some green, grab some green, and don’t miss out because we’ve rounded up all the Saint Patrick’s Day events near you in Seattle, Bellingham, Spokane, in Washington state!

A Guide to Every 2020 St. Paddy’s Day Event Still Happening in Seattle, Bellingham and Spokane

March 13, 2020

*Keep an eye on event websites, however, as many Saint Patrick’s Day events have been canceled due to COVID-19. We’ve updated this piece to reflect recent cancellations, but can’t say for sure if the remaining events will be cancelled. 

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Seattle St. Patrick’s Day Events

Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl 

March 14th, 4-12pm –  Trinity Night Club

What better way to celebrate St. Paddy’s than a bar crawl? Drink specials, food specials, professional photographers and more will make up this boppin’ event. There’s even a $500 prize for the costume contest!  

Venues: Box House, Cowgirls Inc., Fuel Sports Eats & Beats, Merchants Cafe & Saloon, Shawn O’Donnells, Stage Seattle, Trinity Seattle. 

Want free tickets? You can get two free tickets by inviting Facebook friends to the event. Message them for more details and check out the event here. 

Irish Stroll Bar Crawl presented by BarCrawls

Registration Time: Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 1:00 PM – Quinn’s Pub

Ready to get in the green spirit? If you’re looking for awesome drink specials, some of Seattle’s favorite bars, and an endless party, you’ll want to hit this bar crawl. 

Venues: Quinn’s Pub, Capitol Cider, Hula Hula, Jeepney Cap Hill, Knee High Stocking Co, Linda’s Tavern, Redhook Brewlab.

$12-20. More details here.  

Kiss Me, I’m Irish: Seattle St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl 

March 14th + 17th, 2020 (2 Days) – Pike Brewing Company 

If one day of bar crawling doesn’t sound like it’ll do the trick, get ready for Kiss Me, I’m Irish. Two non-consecutive days of partying will allow for adequate rest in between.  

Venues: Pike Brewing Company, Blarney Stone Pub & Restaurant, The Crocodile Back Bar, Hard Rock Cafe, Locust Cider & Brewing Company, Rabbit Hole, Tankard & Tun, The Taproom at Pike Place, & SPIN.

$15-$45. More details here. 

Shawn O’Donnell’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2020 Fremont

March 12–18 – Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill & Irish Pub Fremont

Don’t miss out on the festivities at Shawn O’Donnell’s. They’ve got several days of traditional Irish music, followed by a full Irish breakfast on Saturday. Most of the events surrounding Saturday and Sunday were tied to the parade and race, so they may not all take place. 

On St. Patrick’s Day, the patio will be open all day with a full Irish breakfast served until 1. There will be performances throughout the day as well as traditional Irish food served. 

More information here.

Ballard Breweries St. Pat’s Parade O’ Pints

March 14, 2–6 pm – Populuxe Brewing

Want to try all 11 of the breweries in the neighborhood? If you’re in the area, get ready for a good time celebrating St. Paddy’s Day and trying specialty beers. 

Unfortunately, the previously-scheduled double decker bus will not be transporting participants in light of COVID-19 precautions. 

Mulleady’s Irish Pub Saint Patrick’s Day

March 17 – Mulleady’s Irish Pub & Restaurant

This Irish pub has all you need for a perfect St. Patrick’s Day celebration. They’re serving dinner with an “Irish cassoulet” featuring short ribs, snap pea salad, corned beef, and more. 

The meal runs from 5-10 pm and costs $50. 

Bellingham St. Patrick’s Day Events 

Some events, like the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, have been cancelled in Bellingham due to COVID-19 precautions. As with Seattle, keep an eye on event pages and check that your event is still happening before attending. 

Boundary Bay celebrations

Fill your night with live music, good beer, and good times at Boundary Bay. With live music in the Taproom, Beer Garden, and Mountain Room, there will never be a dull moment. Festivities begin Friday night and run through St. Patrick’s Day. 

The festivities were originally scheduled around the parade and it’s unclear whether there will be major adjustments to the schedule or not following its cancellation. For more information, check here

Uisce’s Irish Pub celebrations

This beloved Irish Pub is set to open at 11 am on Saturday March 14th. Due to the cancellation of the parade, this may change. Currently, they have music scheduled throughout the day and night, making for a full event leading up to Saint Patrick’s Day. 

On the 17th, Uisce’s will open at noon with live music and Irish dancers throughout the day. March 17th is also their 14-year anniversary, so it’s bound to be a party. 

Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen celebrations 

While some of the festivities were supposed to take place after the St. Patrick’s Day parade, you can still celebrate at Chuckanut Brewery with good food and beer. Starting March 14th, you can order their Chuckanut beer-braised corned beef & cabbage dish until they run out of supplies. 

March 17th will be packed with Irish-inspired food, beer, and music. Read more about the event here. 

St. Patrick’s Day Cookie Decorating Party at Vitality Bowls 

March 14th – 10 am – 3 pm 

Looking for a free, healthier-than-usual way to kick off your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations? Look no further than this cookie decorating party. Healthy and cookies don’t normally go together but this is a superfood cookie decorating party and Vitality Bowls is dedicated to health and wellness.

They will be providing all of the supplies including cookies and superfood decorations. Just bring your creativity and appetite! As with all upcoming events, be sure to check in with the organizers if this will still be taking place. More info is available here

Spokane St. Patrick’s Day Events

Following many parts of the world, Spokane’s St. Patrick’s Day parade has been canceled due to concerns over COVID-19. Be sure to check in with event organizers before attending events that are still set to take place. 

Shamrocks & Shenanigans Virtual 4 Mile Run/Walk 

Anywhere, All month 

A virtual event? Now that’s a good way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Plus, you’ve got all month to complete it! 

This event will feature runners from all over the country and world. Participants complete distances one at a time or do the full 4 miles in one go. You can complete it any time between March 1st and March 31st. 

Prepare to receive a race bib, a medal, and 4-leaf mile markers on your medal. 

More information available here.   

Spokane’s 10th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Party!

March 16th, 5-7 pm @ Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill + Irish Pub 

Hang out with Eastern Washington and North Idaho Vandals at this St. Patrick’s Day party. There will be appetizers and a no-host bar, along with Irish performers dancing to live music. 

15th Annual Irish Drinking Team Pub Crawl

March 13th – 15th

The parade may be off but the pub crawl is still on. The organizers just ask that participants wash their hands and don’t lick strangers. 

The festivities begin Friday night for a meet and greet with the Irish Drinking Team. The real party begins at 7 am Saturday, though you can show up at any time after that. A party bus will safely transport you to your final destination between 3 and 5 pm. From 10 am to 2 pm Sunday, you can join the team for a hangover brunch.  

More info here. 

Irish Week at O’Doherty’s Irish Grille 

Week of St. Patrick’s Day 

O’Doherty’s is offering something to celebrate every day leading up to St. Patrick’s. The fun begins Friday the 13th, with an Irish Drinking Team annual meeting and the start of serving $4 green beer pints and the hooligan-hannigan corned beef sandwich dish. 

While the parade is cancelled, there may still be Saturday events. Sunday is a free Irish music session, Monday features Irish Dancers and Children’s dance fun, and Tuesday is the big day. 

March 17th will be filled with music, a sausage toss, a bagpiper show, and more! 

Ready for some St. Patrick’s day fun?

This year is a lot different than others. Events that have taken place for decades are being cancelled for the first time, leaving us with less and less activities to participate in for St. Patrick’s Day. 

Be sure to continuously check that the event you’re interested in is still going to take place. And if you attend, wash your hands and stay safe. 

Whether you’re going to an event or not, we’ll still be here to help you get your green on another way. Stop by our Washington dispensary in Seattle-Fremont, Bellingham, or North Spokane for a green night in or a pick-me-up before your event starts.  –

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