St. Patrick’s Day Parties and Events in Wisconsin

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, it’s time to plan how you will celebrate the Irish holiday. Whether you are looking for a boozy bar crawl or a green-themed parade for your little ones, Wisconsin is boasting fests for all types of leprechauns. 

The Lookout Bar & Eatery


Lake Lawn Resort’s The Lookout Bar & Eatery in Delavan is offering shamrock specials in honor of the Irish holiday–and like the rainbows you might be chasing, these specials will not last. The dining destination is adding traditional Irish fare to its menu, including corned beef and cabbage, soda bread, and a twist on a staple Rueben, a Rueben chimichanga. Everything can be washed down with some cold brews, and the dining special is only available on March 17 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

To learn more about The Lookout Bar & Eatery, visit lakelawnresort.com.

Irish I Had a Beer 0.1K Race at Grateful Shed

Wisconsin Dells

The Grateful Shed wants everybody to get ready “shamrock and roll” for the Irish I Had a Beer 0.1K race in Wisconsin Dells. The festive event will start at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 19, and will feature live music from Irish bands with bagpipes and drums, drink specials, green booze and those who finish the race will be awarded an ice-cold green beer, souvenir glass, race bib and 0.1K St. Paddy’s sticker.

To learn more about the Irish I Had a Beer 0.1K Race at Grateful Shed, visit Facebook.com.

St. Patrick’s Brew Ha Ha


Explore the local shops in Downtown Baraboo during the city’s celebration: St. Patrick’s Day Brew Ha Ha. The fun event kicks off at 6 p.m. and will allow you to shop and discover new stores while enjoying some cold craft beers on March 11. Some locations will be offering special discounts in honor of the Irish holiday and event, and tickets to participate in the beer tasting start at $30 per person or $15 for designated drivers.  

To learn more about St. Patrick’s Brew Ha Ha, visit eventbrite.com

Shamrock Shuffle

Shamrock Shuffle


With its proceeds benefiting the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Dane Cook County, the Shamrock Shuffle is taking place in Madison on Saturday, March 12. Though the event is more of a dash than a shuffle, the fun will include kid-friendly runs and games, whereas adults can participate in the 5K run/walk or the 10K timed run. All participants will receive a warm, long-sleeve tee and medal for joining in on the fun. 

To learn more about the Shamrock Shuffle, visit runsignup.com.

Explorium Greendale St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans and Bar Crawl


Celebrate the green holiday the right way–with some hearty food and glasses of beer. The day-long celebration is bringing together locals for a day of traditional Irish fare, featuring bites of Reuben rolls, corned beef and cabbage, Irish beef stew and much more. To wash everything down, the fest will offer Irish red and dry ales (both in a can or on-tap) and Irish whiskey and cream shots. If you stay for nightfall, the fun moves to the streets for a bar crawl down Southridge with four stops along the way. (If you complete the crawl, you get a pretty cool shirt.) Tickets start at $30 per person, and the fun takes place on March 17. 

To learn more about Explorium Greendale St. Patrick’s Day Shenanigans and Bar Crawl, visit Facebook.com.

Green Bay St. Patrick’s Parade

Green Bay St. Patrick’s Parade

Green Bay

One of the biggest events in all of Wisconsin is the Green Bay St. Patrick’s Day Parade, featuring Irish blessings, traditional dance numbers, live music, delicious food like kettle corn, beer and even fun for your little ones. The parade is set for Saturday, March 12, and will run from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

To learn more about Green Bay St. Patrick’s Parade, visit downtowngreenbay.com. 

St. Patrick’s Day Charcuterie Workshop


If you’re looking for ways to amp up your St. Paddy’s Day bash, the St. Patrick’s Day Charcuterie Workshop has you covered. The class will provide you with the tools you need to build the board, including the eats. The class comes with a surprise gift and complimentary sips to enjoy as you follow along. The fun takes place in Madison at the Camp Createability Studio on March 16 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased online. 

To learn more about St. Patrick’s Day Charcuterie Workshop, visit createabilitywi.org.

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