Here's what you missed during the 2016 Irish Week:
- March 5th - Shillelagh Shuffle Free Pub Crawl - This is NOT your average bar crawl!! Join us as we "shuffle" through the streets of Downtown Annapolis again this year ricocheting between our parade-sponsoring bars. This fun event will kick off at 1:00 pm.
- March 5th - The Annapolis Irish Hooley, 6pm-10pm at the Loews Hotel. An Irish Hooley is designed to promote Irish/Celtic music and culture in Annapolis. Music, dance, song, good conversation and merriment flowed freely throughout the evening. You can purchase tickets HERE.
- March 6th - The 4th annual Annapolis St. Patrick's Day Parade 1:00 pm in downtown Annapolis. Join us for a wonderful day in Annapolis with the entire family at one of the first and largest St. Patrick's Day Parades in the region.
- March 6th - Parade After Party, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Galway Bay with a live performance from Aine O'Doherty. Head over to Maryland Avenue following the parade and enjoy the friendly surroundings of this traditional Irish Pub.
- March 8th - The Traditional Irish Pub Song Club will be live at Killarney House in Davidsonville, MD at 7:00 pm. The Traditional Irish Pub Song Club was founded as a way for friends to get together to learn and sing Irish pub songs.
- March 11th - Whiskey Tasting at Galway Bay 7pm - 9 pm. Ireland produces many different brands of whiskey and this is your chance to experience the variations of the many Irish blends.
- March 12th - Saint Baldrick's Head Shave event at Fado from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm. Enjoy, or take part, in this annual head-shaving event where the community raises money and awareness to help fight children's cancer. Starts at 11:00 am. DJ Joe will be on deck and Dublin 5 will perform at 9:00 pm. NO COVER.
- March 14th - Guinness Glass engraving at Galway Bay from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Come enjoy a pint of this iconic Irish Stout and have your glass engraved.
- March 16th - Celtic rock's hardest working band, The Young Dubliners are in concert at Rams Head on Stage at 8:00 pm. They've played hundreds of shows to thousands of fans across the US and Europe every year and they come to Annapolis for our weeklong celebration. Get your tickets HERE.
- March 17th - The Feast of Saint Patrick (St. Patty's Day) is an annual city wide Annapolis festival celebrating the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
Stay tuned for updates around 2017's Irish Week.