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St. Patrick’s Day Events for Adults

Grab your friends and attend these St. Patrick’s Day events!

 

Come out to Dablon Vineyards & Winery in Baroda on Sundays to hear live music every week. On St. Patrick’s Day, they will be hosting folk and blues artist Matt Gabriel. Known best for his approachable recorded sound, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to spend your St. Patrick’s Day with great wine and entertainment.

Paint the town green by participating in a green beer pub crawl throughout South Haven! Home to three breweries and several quality restaurants, you are sure to be occupied with special events and promotions for your Irish holiday. Check out the Evening of Jazz at Dyckman Park on Saturday, March 16th as well, as you stretch your celebrations throughout the weekend.

Farm to fork restaurant and intimate concert venue, Salt of the Earth, celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with the acclaimed Celtic/World music of An Dro on Sunday, March 17th in Fennville. Visit Salt of the Earth’s website for this and other upcoming events.

The JW Marriott in Grand Rapids is hosting “Irish I Was A Queen,” the world’s largest drag brunch, on Sunday, March 17th. Wear green, get festive, and start your St. Patrick’s Day festivities like a queen! Get ready to shake your shamrocks with dueling DJs, delicious food and drinks, fabulous queens, and lots of surprises!

Pair a special corn beef shepherd’s pie with an Irish red ale at Hudsonville Winery & Pike 51 Brewing Company in Hudsonville. The shepherd’s pie will be available the week of St. Patrick’s Day and will have your taste buds celebrating the holiday. The Irish red ale, Pog Mo Thoin, is a light bodied while being slightly sweet and spicy with a malt forward flavor.

Stop in at Northern Latitudes Distillery in Lake Leelanau for St. Patrick’s Day and try their Shillelaghs cocktail. They only make this cocktail around St. Patrick’s Day, so this is your annual opportunity to try it! The cocktail uses Jack Pine Gin or NLD Vodka with the Limoncello di Leelanau, lime, cucumbers, and basil.