What is there to do for St. Patrick’s Day 2020 in Orlando?

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St. Patrick’s Day 2020 Events in Orlando, FL

As always, there’s a lot happening for St. Patty’s Day in Orlando this year. To get you started on how to celebrate this green holiday of snake exorcism, we’ve compiled a few events below. Read on to see if any feel right for you.


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Pat O’Brien’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Where? Universal Orlando Resort, 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando FL

When? Tuesday, March 17th from 6 PM to 2 AM

Join Universal CityWalk for a visually-rich Saint Paddy’s experience. From 6 to 10 pm, the CW Lagoon Stage will be rife with high-energy Celtic rock performances as themed stilt walkers patrol the premises. After the clock strikes 10, those 21 and older (who can prove it with a valid photo ID) are invited into Pat O’Brien’s Bourbon Street-themed bar, where they will find dueling pianos and more.

Admission to all is free.

St. Practice Day Pub Crawl

Where? Saturday, March 14th from 8 PM until 2 AM

When? 15 N. Orange Ave., Orlando FL

If you don’t want to go too hard on Saint Patty’s Day itself (seeing as it takes place on a Tuesday this year), the cleverly-named St. Practice Day Pub Crawl may be the booze-soaked journey for you (or maybe you just want to celebrate the holiday twice; we won’t judge). Four free drinks are included, along with other specials. The trip includes three giant block parties along the way.

The cost for the Saint Practice Day Pub Crawl is $10 on or before March 4th, $15 between March 5th and 13th, and $20 the day of the event.

Baldwin Park St. Patrick’s Festival

Where? Baldwin Park Events, New Broad St., Orlando FL

When? Saturday, March 14th from 12 PM to 6 PM

If you’re looking for a more family-oriented St. Pats, the Baldwin Park St. Patrick’s Festival may be your pot o’ gold. There will be food trucks, a beer garden, music and dancing, as well as a street rife with vendors and local businesses.

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