St. Patrick's Day is one of the liveliest holidays of the year and the assortment of options can seem overwhelming. With so many parties around town, how could you possibly choose just one? Well, this is where we come in to save you. With barcrawls.com, you don't have to pick just one bar or party, you can enjoy all the top bars, getting your fill of green beer as you search for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Below, Joonbug.com has rounded up a list of the best St. Patricks's Day Weekend Bar Crawls in the city of Philadelphia!
The Mugs 'N Hugs mini-bar crawl will help start off the St.Paddy's day madness on March 14th. The crawl begins at 5pm, at registration point ,Tavern on Broad, where you can register from 5pm-10pm. Once registered, you will be given your BarCrawls.com wristband, cup, map and more. Enjoy the best specials with no cover! This Mugs 'N Hugs mini-crawl acts as a pre-game for the festivities to come, so make sure you don't miss out. Buy your tickets here.
This, Saturday, March 8, the gypsies are coming to Soho to play. Gypsy House is open the delightfully dark night promises to be one of mysterious, exciting adventures. With absinthe behind the bar and Balkan electronica on the stereo, this is going to be a truly unique party.
Bulgarian DJ Joro-Boro has performed with Bassnectar and Eugene Hutz (of Gogol Bordello fame), and he delivers a modern take on world music. There may also be burlesque dancers and guest DJs making an appearance.
There are as many different ways to celebrate Mardi Gras as there are ingredients in a great jambalaya. And whatever vibe you're looking for, whether it's beads and carnies or dinner and drinks, there's a party in New York celebrating Fat Tuesday just the way you like.
This Mardi Gras, the Fifth Annual Two Boots Mardi Gras Ball is the biggest, craziest party in town. Cyndi Lauper and ?uestlove have been crowned King and Queen, and their reign promises to be spectacular. Stiltwalkers, body painting, hatmaking, and at least five live performers, including the all-female accordion orchestra Main Squeeze Orchestra and the Grammy-nominated modern Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers, this is the closest you’ll get to a real Mardi Gras in New York City. Tickets are $35 for one or $60 for two, and all proceeds go to the Lower Eastside Girls Club. Prepare for great cocktails, great music, and a wild spectacle you’ll be talking about for weeks.
Do Mardi Gras the right way at Capitale. With masks, beads, and $5 Kamikaze shots, the party is bound to get crazy this Fat Tuesday. Other highlights include $4 Bud Light, $6 Hurricane drinks, and DJs Saam, Vicious, and Riggin Koontz.The best part? DC's hottest Mardi Gras celebration has free entry, so you can drink hard, play hard, and dance hard without breaking the bank.
What: Fat Tuesday Rendezvous at Capitale
When: Tuesday, March 4th
Where: Capitale, 1301 K St. NW, Suite 103, Washington, DC
If you’ve always been intrigued by the finer things in life, such as ladies dancing around topless in front of middle-aged men, then we have your Friday night covered. Sean Glass, the enfant terrible-est of the enfant terribles that run the tech world, is hosting a party at iconic strip club, Scores. Known for being the face of the tech-friendly music industry, and for giving tech events a little runoff hipster cred, Glass throws wild parties that make headlines and often include some big names in the start-up world, which are basically the same as celeb spottings for yuppies. Even the non-rich and famous in the crowd are sure to be good-looking and drunk, which is a pretty close second.
Abandon the sofa and grab your coat—New York City has some of the best Oscar viewing parties around! The Academy Awards air this Sunday, and since it's of the biggest televised events of the year, plenty of venues are putting on celebrations filled with trivia, specialty cocktails, and of course, big screen TVs.
This music venue and multimedia art cabaret is hosting The Big Oscars Quiz Thing, an annual party and live trivia experience. The game show-like event will test you and your friends, pitting teams of attendees against each other to answer questions on the movie industry, music, history, sports, and more (you write answers on their Big Quiz Thing Answer Pad to avoid any form of shouting-out-incorrect-answers humiliation). The night starts at 5:30 pm, with the trivia contest preceding red carpet and award show fun. Tickets are $15, but $10 in advance.
Let’s get dirty! Australian-native DJ Dirty South hits Pacha once again on March 1st to show New York how to get down.
Join him and be part of an electric crowd that enjoys dancing like crazy to some quality progressive house music. Dirty South will provide you with the right amount of BPM and an enticing light show that's sure to make your Saturday night come to life. Combining crowd favorites like “City of Dreams” with a taste of something new, Dirty South promises another memorable night of filthy beats at Pacha. Don’t forget your dancing shoes and come get down and dirty with Dirty South this Saturday! #NewYorkWantsTheD
What: Dirty South
When: Saturday, March 1
Getting out on the dance floor without your jeans, slacks, leggings, knickers, whatever name you have for the fabric that covers your legs, has become all the rage in the modern clubbing era, which is why the good folks at PACHA NYC are bringing their own signature NO-PANTS PARTY through its doors on Friday, February 28th.
And you know the party’s gonna be bumping’ because they’ve enlisted the massive talents of London based DJ/Producer Michael Woods to set the mood with his mix of progressive house & anthemic EDM beats for the night.
Saint Patrick's Day only comes once a year- and the Irish make sure you don't forget it! (Or forget it completely depending on how many green beers you've had) If you want to party as hard as a drunk Irishman, but still want to keep it safe on your SPD Bar Crawl, take a look at our official St.Patty's Day safety guide for all your green needs.
1. Eat a hearty meal and stay hydrated