St. Patrick's Day Music in Minneapolis

There’s no shortage of opportunities for Irish pride (whether you’re Irish or not) when it comes to Music tonight in Minneapolis. Here’s just a few:

First Avenue – City Pages and MN Beer Activists’ St. Patrick’s Day Rally for Sunday Sales ft. Romantica, White Iron Band, and Silverback Colony

City Pages and MN Beer Activists will be hosting their St. Patrick’s Day Rally for Sunday Sales and First Avenue. Music starts at 7pm and includes Romantica, White Iron Band, and Silverback Colony.

MN Beer Activists St Patricks Sunday Sales Rally

Turf Club – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration ft. The Belfast Cowboys

The Turf Club’s celebration starts at 3pm, but the music starts at 7pm, with special guests The Dirt Road Ramblers, Grant Hart, Toast, and of course, The Belfast Cowboys.

Belfast Cowboys

Kieran’s Irish Pub – 20th Aniversary ft. Alicia Corbett, Sweet Colleens and Broken Spoke

Twenty years ago Kieran’s Irish Pub opened for the first time on St. Patrick’s Day. Their yearly celebration has become a seminal favorite. The Music starts early at Kieran’s today, at 11am, but runs until 1am featuring Alicia Corbett, Sweet Colleens and Broken Spoke.

Triple Rock Social Club – Brian Boru Pipe Band

It’s an annual tradition to celebrate St. Patrick’s day at the Triple Rock with the Brian Boru Pipe Band. The celebration is at 10pm in the old bar, bring your earplugs if you value your hearing.

Get Home Safe

As usual, Metro Transit will be providing it’s free ride service all from 6pm until the last scheduled fare. From the MTC website:

On Monday, March 17, customers can ride free from 6 p.m. through the last scheduled trip on all Metro Transit routes. The free-ride offer also is available on routes operated by the Metropolitan Council, Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, SouthWest Transit and Anoka County Traveler.

Whether you’ll be out celebrating or you’re not interested in driving alongside those who are, riding Metro Transit is an easy, safe alternative. Miller Free Rides is a community service program in partnership with Metro Transit, J.J. Taylor Distributing Company and Miller Lite.

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