ATLANTA – It’s the luck of the Irish! Time to break out your best green attire and enjoy a fun time with family and friends as St. Patrick’s Day is here once again.

If you’re looking to celebrate the day of the Irish, we have a fun-filled list of events in Atlanta just for you.

Green Mile Midtown Block Party

Celebrate St. Patrick Day early at the Green Mile Midtown Block Party. This is a paid event with tickets starting around $20. You must be 21+ to participate in the green-clad bar crawl that will take over Atlanta’s Midtown.

For more information, visit Atlanta Bar Tours’ website.

Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade

One of the country’s oldest parades, the Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade aims to not only be fun but to educate the public about the significant contributions made by the Irish to Atlanta, the South, and the United States. You can enjoy groups from around the city on floats, bands, bagpipe, drum corps and much more.

This is a family-friendly event that begins at noon on Saturday, March 17 and will travel through Midtown on Peachtree Street.

For more information, visit the Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day website.


LuckyFest is the Irish celebration for adults. Happening at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park, the event will have live music, entertainment and even green beer for its patrons. You must be 21 and over to attend at ticket prices start at $14.

For more information, you can visit Park Tavern’s website.

Shamrock the Station

Head over to Atlantic Station and ‘Shamrock the Station.’ Following the Shamrock ‘N Roll Road Race and Shamrock Family Zone in the morning, Atlantic Station will be closing out March 17 with a live music festival.

The festival will feature New Politics, The Glorious Sons, Dreamers, and The Wrecks. Along with great music, you’ll get to experience Irish Culture with dancing, food, fun and more.

For more information, you can visit the Atlantic Station website.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at Live! At the Battery

Head on over to The Battery Atlanta and help paint it green on March 17. Festivities will be kicking off at 8 a.m. with Kegs and Eggs which includes green eggs and ham followed by an array of music, parade, entertainment and more.

This is a day-long event and after 8 p.m. it is reserved for 21 and over when all-inclusive food and beverage packages begin.

For more information, visit Live at the Battery Atlanta’s Facebook Page.