Your Ultimate St. Paddy's Day in RI

Get in the spirit with these can't-miss festivities


March 16: On the Saturday before Saint Paddy’s, join hundreds of green-clad Rhode Islanders for the 63rd annual Newport Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. The streets will be packed with Gaelic pride, celebrating to the rhythm of traditional Irish bagpipes, drums and fife, beginning at 11am at Newport City Hall. 

March 17: Dress in your St. Paddy's Day finest and march on down to the Ocean Mist's 5th Annual Shortest St. Patrick's Day Beach Parade in Matunuck, followed by live music from Matt McKay & Friends and Steve Smith & The Nakeds.

March 16 & 17: Gather your fellow leprechauns and head to The Rosendale in Providence for one of the city's top block parties of the year! Enjoy heated tents, festive games, traditional Irish fare, tasty drunken Irish egg rolls, and more! 

March 17: Head on over to the 10th Annual St. Patrick's Day Bash at Ladder 133 in Providence, and enjoy live music with DJ's throughout the day, a fun photobooth, tasty Irish eats, St. Paddy's Day cocktails, green beer, plus, a live broadcast from 92 Pro FM! 

March 17: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the G Pub in Providence and enjoy live entertainment plus giveaways to everyone dressed in green! 

March 17: Get in the Irish spirit at Murphy's Deli in Providence and enjoy live music, traditional Irish fare, an outdoor tent, and more! 

March 17: What better way to start off Saint Patrick’s Day than with a full Irish Breakfast at Warwick's Shannon View Inn? This year-round Irish bar will keep the party going both inside and outside with a heated tent equipped with music, food, and of course, a bar fully stocked with Guinness. 

March 17: Find plenty of Irish charm within Blake’s Tavernlocated in the heart of Downtown Providence. Enjoy a variety of Irish food and drink specials, such as a boiled corned beef dinner, corned beef quesadillas, and Irish car bombs. 

March 17: Cranston's Irish Ceilidhe Club of Rhode Island was originally opened as a way to unify Irish and Irish-Americans in the Ocean State in 1956. This cozy hall is as authentic as it gets and all are welcome to join in on the activities— including a raffle to win a trip to Ireland, music by “The Irish Ramblers,” Irish step dancing, and of course, corned beef sandwiches. 

March 17:  Find festive fun aplenty at Laura’s Bar and Grill in Smithfield, from their St. Paddy's Day brunch to a performance by The Providence Police Pipes and Drums, and more.