Whether you're really into celebrating St. Patrick, or you're just looking to enjoy being Irish for a day, the Lowcountry has something for you. Check out a list of these St. Patrick's Day events around the Charleston area.
Why not goat yoga?
Friday, March 15th 2019. 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Get your green on and go stretch with some goats! Flowertown Charm is doing a special edition of goat yoga just to celebrate Saint Paddy’s.
Space is limited but they do yoga year round, so check another day if you’re already swamped with St. Patrick’s day events.
Charleston's St. Patrick's Day parade
Saturday, March 16th, 2019.
Charleston’s biggest St. Patrick’s day parade kicks off at the corner of King and Radcliffe streets at 10 a.m. sharp.
The floats and marchers pass down King Street and onto Broad Street. Once the parade is over you can celebrate as officials raise the Irish flag over city hall.
Traditional Irish Music
Sunday, March 17th at the Circular Congregational Church.
Taylor Music Group and Na Fidleiri annual St. Paddy’s celebration.
This year Na Fidleiri and guests celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with lively instrumental and vocal pieces, Irish dancers, and a tribute to Riverdance’s 25th Anniversary.
Or you could go for a pub crawl
There are about a gazillion pub-crawls and special restaurant events going on.
And Tommy Condon’s downtown is planning to have live music all afternoon.
St. Patti's Day. A Drag Brunch for the Ages.
Sunday, March 17th, 2019 2 p.m. @ Edmund’s Oast
A drag show for brunch!
Named in celebration of Patti O’Furniture, the event will be held at 2 p.m. the Queens will take the stage in a drag brunch performance that is sure to be festive and family-friendly. You can also get some of their great beer dyed green for the occasion.
It’s part of their Divas on Tap Drag Show series, every third Sunday of the month.
Summerville's St. Patrick's Day Party in the Square
Saturday, March 16th.
The 3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party in the Square in Historic Downtown Summerville.
Hutchinson Square will host outdoor games, live entertainment, local merchants, as well as running Giveaways and sales all day to celebrate.
Dunleavy's Pub Block Party
Saturday, March 16th. Starting at 9 a.m.
Sullivan’s Island’s big St. Paddy’s event is centered on Dunleavy’s Pub.
Live Irish music with Walter McDonough starts at 1 p.m. plus Irish Step dancers, bagpipers, Corned Beef & Cabbage, and Irish potato chowder.