Things To Do Today in Boston for St. Patrick’s Day!

Whether you celebrate at your local pub or come Southie for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, there is plenty to do in Boston this weekend.

St. Patrick’s Day 5K Road Race

The first 600 participants to arrive at the annual 5k road race will receive a long-sleeved green race shirt designed by Celtic pink rock band Dropkick Murphys. Sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club, the race hosts 1,760 runners and starts on 230 W 6th Street in South Boston.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

South Boston will be hosting the St. Patrick’s Day parade tomorrow, March 18. Spectators can look forward to colorful floats and Irish American live bands and leprechauns galore.

BEWARE OF SHORTENED PARADE ROUTE DUE TO BLIZZARD RESIDUE FROM THE WEEK.

St. Patrick’s Day Festival

This two-day festival hosted by Harpoon Brewery in South Boston is filled with Irish food, music and most of all, beer! There is a free shuttle from South Station to the brewery to make traveling easier for attendees.

Irish Film Festival

Irish cinema fans are in for a real treat! This 4-day festival includes short films, premieres, documentaries and more.

Irish Heritage Trail

The Irish Heritage Trail is a popular go-to on St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, which is considered the most Irish American city. The trail is filled with three-centuries worth of Irish contributions to the Americas and features statutes from Irish politicians and contributors to Boston today.

Dropkick Murphy’s Concert at House of Blues

Tickets are still available for the Celtic punk rock group at the House of Blues tonight. After months on tour, they are returning to Boston for another epic performance.

-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent

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