Whether you’re in the area temporarily or you live here, you may be looking for things to do for Saint Patrick’s Day in central Florida. Fortunately, you have a lot of activities that may bring you the luck of the Irish for the day, such as the following four:
Mighty Unplugged at Raglan Road
Advertised as the most authentic Irish celebration in America, Mighty Unplugged now requires reservations and a 10-dollar-per-person cover charge that grants you access for two hours. With such renowned Irish entertainers as Men of Aran, Slygo, and Aaron O’Grady, you’ll be reluctant to leave. Their Irish dancers will perform throughout the day, and their fancy footwork will astound you.
The Promenade at Sunset Walk
For more of a street-fair event, try the Promenade at Sunset’s street party and celebration for St. Patrick’s Day. Herbie & the Gators will provide live music with their assortment of the best Irish ballads and songs, classic Dubliners, sea shanties, and more. Other street performers will also be in attendance, as well as leprechauns and, of course, the luck of the Irish! Be sure to wear your green when you’re browsing through the shops and restaurants that will offer traditional Irish food and beverage specials. Free admission means you can bring the entire clan without breaking your budget for things to do for Saint Patrick’s Day in central Florida.
Orlando Brewing Company
Orlando’s own organic taproom brews more than 30 organic beers that are consistently top-rated. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, they’re offering bangers and mash, steak and blackwater pie, and chocolate mint imperial stout cupcakes. So be sure to wear your green when you stop by for some of their excellent green beer and their outstanding food. They’re open regular hours for St. Patrick’s Day, but be sure to plan ahead, so you don’t have to wait too long.
Shamrocks & Shenanigans Virtual 4-Mile Run/Walk
If you want to participate in physical activities rather than just eat and drink, then Shamrocks & Shenanigans may be great for you! You’ll compete against runners throughout the U.S. and the world. You have the option of running a mile at a time or completing the entire four miles at once. Your virtual event can be completed anytime during the month of March, and participants receive a Shamrocks & Shenanigans Bottle Opener, a Tyvek bib, and four lucky one-mile pins. The cost is 29 dollars per person.
No matter your inclination for celebration, there’s something for everyone in Orlando who’s looking for things to do for St. Patrick’s Day in central Florida. So grab your green garb and get ready to celebrate!