St. Patrick’s Day Events in Nashville


I am a huge fan of the month of March. The weather starts to warm up, the daylight lasts longer, the grass starts to get greener, spring break is happening, March Madness basketball begins, and one of my favorite holidays is in March- St. Patrick’s Day! To be fair, I am not Irish, but I am huge fan of the color green and all the fun that surrounds this holiday.

We have gathered a list of fun ways to spend this festive holiday around the area. St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Sunday (17th) this year, so you can party all weekend long. Don’t get pinched by forgetting your green!

St. Patrick's Day Events in Nashville
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St. Patrick’s Day Events in Nashville

Nashville St. Paddy’s Marathon 

March 9, 7am packet pickup, 8:15 kids dash, 8:30 start time
2320 Two Rivers Parkway, Nashville

If you are a runner and love to get involved in marathons, then I suggest this one. The medal is very Irish inspired in orange and green! There is a 5k that you can walk with the kids, and 1/2 marathon. This will benefit the Special Olympics.

2024 Race Highlights: 1) Pint glass for all finishers; 2) New Medal for half marathon runners

Goat Yoga Nashville- For the Luck O’ the Goats

Multiple dates in the month of March
2626 York Rd. Nolensville

Goats will be dressed with the Luck O’ the Irish colors for a fun filled Goat Yoga Class.  Come celebrate the month of Luck with an awesome yoga class and be the lucky ones who get to take pictures with our/your favorite famous goats!!
~Yoga Mats are FREE of charge to use, however if you’d like to bring your own you are more than welcome
~All ages are welcome, although, Goat Yoga may not be suitable for smaller children or children under the age of 8. They are still more than welcome to attend and participate but adults responsible for the children are required to supervise and watch younger children and ALL children at all times. For more information go to or contact us at: [email protected]

St. Patrick’s Weekend at Assembly Hall

March 16th, 8PM

Look no further for St. Patrick’s Day Weekend plans, join us on Skydeck overlooking Broadway with SIDEPIECE! Get here early for dinner and drinks from 30+ eateries and bars at Assembly Food Hall on Level 2!

St. Patrick’s Music City Half Marathon

March 16, 8AM race start time
Shelby Park, 1600 Davidson St, Nashville

Get ready for the 18th Annual Publix St. Patrick’s Music City Half Marathon, 10k & 5k – where Irish luck meets Nashville’s heart. This event blends fitness, fun, and St. Patrick’s Day spirit for runners chasing personal bests or a great time!

3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day at Curio Brewing 

March 17th, 12-6P
Curio Brewing Company
216 Noah Drive, Franklin

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day at Curio!
As always, this event if family-friend

1st Annual Luck of the Irish Saint Patrick’s Day Festival 

March 16, 11A-6P
Dickson County FairgroundsWelcome to Dickson’s first annual Luck of the Irish! This will be a kid friendly, family event. There will be pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, Irish music and more!

Cocktail Class Experience -St Patricks Day Fun

March 17, 1-2:30P
Sip Cocktail Co.
2803 Foster Ave, Nashville

Looking for something new to do? The perfect experience for a girls’ night out, team-building, birthdays, holiday events, or just a fun with friends.
What’s included:

– Welcome glass of bubbly 🥂

– 3 Full-Size cocktails and Ingredients to make them

-Local small bites

-Breaks in between each drink for you to enjoy your drinks, company and photo booth

St. Patrick’s Day at Acme

March 17, 11A-11P
Acme Feed & Seed, 101 Broadway, Nashville

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style at Acme Feed & Seed, located in the heart of downtown Nashville! Join us on Sunday, March 17, 2024, starting at 11:00 AM for a day full of festive fun. Get ready to embrace the luck of the Irish with live music, delicious food, and drinks specials from Jameson and Absolut. The lineup of local bands will keep you entertained throughout the day, and there may be a Celtic surprise!

Don’t forget to wear your best green attire and bring your dancing shoes! Our spacious venue offers plenty of room to let loose and celebrate with friends old and new. So gather your crew and head over to Acme Feed & Seed for an unforgettable St. Patrick’s Day bash!

St. Patrick’s Day Silent Disco at Hi-Wire Nashville

March 15, 7-11PM
Hi-Wire Brewing Nashville
820 Division Street, Nashville

We’ll have all three channels going, and this time we’re gonna mix it up. We will be covering the board with all sorts of hits from various genres and the request line will be open all night. Three channels of bangers with enough space to get a little weird with it.

* Music starts at 7:00pm.

* Limited space and headphones available.

* This event is open to ages 18+ unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

* Tickets are $10 for early bird and $15 for general admission.

Von Patrick’s Day 2024!

March 16, 11A-8P
Von Elrod’s Beer Hall & Kitchen
1004 4th Avenue North, Nashville

Don’t miss Rubiks Groove on the main stage and DJ Guy Fell spinning all day! Join us for this all day, indoor/outdoor party featuring…

  • Green Beer
  • Multiple Bars
  • Drink Specials
  • Live Music
  • Best Dressed Contest

All tickets include a 1 liter plastic stein! No refunds. No re-entry. 21+ ONLY. You will need a valid ID for entry. This is a cash-free event, so bring your card for payment.

The pre-sale tickets WILL sell out. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE GATE! All tickets must be purchased through EventBrite. If you want to attend Von Patrick’s Day, we STRONGLY suggest you purchase your tickets NOW to avoid the heartbreak of missing out on this event.** You’ve been warned! 🍀 May the odds be ever in your favor!🍀

Music City Irish Festival

March 10-17- Multiple Locations –Check list here

Get your green on and check our locations – there will be something for everyone!!

Taking country back to its roots! Spend the weekend celebrating Irish style!

Eat, drink, dance, shop, play or do all the above.

Find us at one of our locations around the city!

What is your favorite way to celebrate St. Patricks’ Day?


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