St. Patrick’s Day was created in the 1600s by the Catholic Church in order to remember Christianity’s arrival in Ireland. Over the hundreds of years since its inception, St. Paddy’s Day has become one of the biggest secular holidays... ... read more
St. Patrick’s Day was created in the 1600s by the Catholic Church in order to remember Christianity’s arrival in Ireland. Over the hundreds of years since its inception, St. Paddy’s Day has become one of the biggest secular holidays throughout the entire world.
In the City of Angels, locals flock to traditional St. Patrick’s Day events like the Hollywood St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival, where they down beers from local breweries like Beverly Hills Beer as they chow down on customary Irish grub and watch talented Irish dancers perform jigs to Gaelic pipe music.
There is ample opportunity to hear authentic Emerald Isle music on St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles 2017 at Shamrock ‘N’ Roll in Long Beach and The Annual Irish Fair and Music Festival in Pomona.
But, for those who would rather hear music after a Guinness or three, various St. Paddy’s Day bar crawls across the city lead Angelenos to rowdy Irish pubs like Finn McCool’s in Santa Monica, Molly Malone’s in Beverly Grove, and Casey’s Irish Pub Downtown.
Los Angeles residents who don’t want a hangover on March 18th sign up for The Rockin’ Shamrock 5K/10K/15K/Half Marathon or the 2nd Annual Leprechaun Leap 5K to enjoy the desirable SoCal March weather.
St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles 2017 offers excited celebrants an opportunity to wear their finest green at all kinds of events on March 17th, whether they want to take shots of Jameson at a packed pub or run a race along the Pacific Ocean.