St Patrick's Day 2016 in Glasgow
A second home for the Irish, Glasgow excels in all things emerald. You naughty lil' leprechauns can get excited about the hedonistic weekend you've got lined up in celebration of St. Patrick's Day in Glasgow: we're talkin' all day sessions at the pub, live music throughout the weekend and the good old black stuff in full flow. Your ultimate guide to going green in Glasgow on St Patrick's Day, we've stockpiled the best bars, the mightiest craic and the biggest parties around town on March 17th. Check back for more listings in February 2016
Last updated on 15th May 2016
March 17th will be a wild one at Waxy O'Connors as the Irish pub unleashes the party on St Patrick's Day in Glasgow. DJ Craigie P will be on the decks from 3pm, and they've lined up a whole host of surprises throughout the day; with Guinness in full flow and great Irish food available, Waxy's will be four floors of banter until 3am.
As one of the few bars in Glasgow to hold a regular ceilidh, you can bet the bar off Argyle Street will have banter by the bucketload this St Patrick's Day in Glasgow. With hearty fare, a great drinks selection and live music, Sloans turns green to become an honorary Irish pub this March 17th in Glasgow.
Glasgow's newest Irish bar will have one helluva knees up on St. Patrick's Day in Glasgow. Malones hosts a St. Patrick's Day festival, offering live music and killer craic from Saturday all the way through to Tuesday! Expect face painting, Tayto, Club Orange & Rock Shandy, Barry's Tea and Soda Bread by the BUCKET LOAD.
Jinty McGuinty's is infamous for its Paddy's day celebrations; a traditional Irish pub on Ashton Lane, this one is your go-to bar on St Patrick's Day in Glasgow. With all day traditional music sessions, hearty Guinness and great craic, you won't find a finer place to drown the shamrock this March 17th.
Turning 20 this March, The Garage will be celebrating with a month of massive parties - you can expect their St. Patrick's Day party to be a whopper one. Expect a sea of green, a whole bunch of giveaways and all kinds of fun at this Sauchiehall Street super club. Definitely one for party animals to drown the shamrock this Paddy's Day in Glasgow.