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St. Patrick’s Day at Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas hosts a St. Patrick’s Day weekend celebration like no other. It’s an annual tradition that will test the limits of your endurance and your liver!

Our St. Patrick’s Day weekend blow-out runs Thursday, March 14 through Sunday, March 17, 2019.

Here’s the full entertainment schedule for St. Patrick’s Day (March 17), with three stages of live entertainment.

Main St. Stage (Near Golden Gate)
Darby Ogill – 12p-3p
Finigans Wake – 3p-6p
Irish Dancing DJ – 6p-8p
Crush – 8p-11p
Luck of the Spandex – 11p-3a

1st St. Stage (Near Binion’s and Golden Nugget)
Johnny McCuaig – 12p-3p
Celtic Rockers – 3p-6p
Alter Ego – 6p-9p
Johnny McCuaig – 9p-12a

3rd St. Stage (Near The D, Four Queens, and Fremont Casino)
Whiskey Galore – 12p-3p
Angry Brians – 3p-6p
Sticky Sweet – 6p-8p
Brick Top Blaggers – 8p-11p
Zowie Bowie – 11p-2a

Make sure to check out our exclusive production show, “Sticky Sweet,” with dancing, singing, and high-flying aerialists.

This sassy, sexy show runs from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

There will also be roaming entertainment along Fremont Street throughout the evening on St. Patrick’s Day, so get ready for a photo op!

Share your photos on Instagram and use #FremontStreet to get your photo on the Viva Vision canopy.

We hope you’ll join us for the annual migration downtown to drink, dine and dance in the streets.

It’s St. Patrick’s Day in Las Vegas, and we’re here to ensure it’s the best one you’ll never remember.

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St. Patrick’s Day Block Party at The Linq Las Vegas

The LINQ Promenade’s annual Patrick celebration, centered around O’Shea’s Casino and pub, returns starting Friday, March. 15.

Irish folk band Darby O’Gill will kick off the festive weekend at The LINQ Promenade’s fountain stage from 5 – 8 p.m. on Friday.

Bagpipers will take to The Promenade on Saturday and Sunday mornings, stopping in at venues, like Virgil’s Real BBQ, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Off the Strip, O’Shea’s and Flour and Barley – Brick Oven Pizza. Empire Records will play the fountain stage from 6 – 9 p.m. on Saturday.

The grand finale, the St. Patrick’s Day parade will roll through The LINQ Promenade Sunday at noon. Featuring drummers, bagpipers, celebrity guests, stilt walkers, and Irish dancers, the parade will end at O’Sheas Casino where Mr. Lucky, the leprechaun, will give the official toast.

Strolling entertainers and drink specials continue through the evening which is crowned by lighting the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, in green.

As if a weekend filled with music and other festivities wasn’t enough, many of the venues at The LINQ have fun St. Patrick’s Day specials lined up.

This sweet eatery will feature a green waffle cone for all ice cream purchases from March 1 to 17, in addition to the Shamrock Cupcake from March 4 to 17. This limited time offering will delight with mint candy studded chocolate cake topped with a green mint frosting.

Virgil’s Real BBQ will offer a plate of two Genuine Irish Corned Beef Sliders from March 15-17. Wash those down with delicious themed libations like an Irish Mule (Jameson, ginger beer and lime) or try the hearty Irish MIlkshake (Kerry Gold Irish Cream and Jameson Irish Whiskey, blended with Vanilla Ice Cream).

Virgil’s will also offer Jameson shot and Guinness bucket specials and a tasting flight of Irish whiskeys.

On sale from March 15-17, Haute Doggery’s Luck of the Irish Dog features a char-grilled frank, corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss Cheese, relish, and mustard for $7.99. Sign us up.

Flour and Barley will feature their Bangers and Mash pizza from March 12-19, with Jalapeno mustard cream sauce, sausage, potato, farm egg, bacon, and corned beef for $19. And because pizza and beer are such an iconic duo, you’ll want to get that with a $5 green Coors Light.

As you might expect from Guy Fieri, he’s taken a traditional classic and turned it up several notches. For $24.50, guests can enjoy Guy’s Killer Corned Beef, made with 8-day brine, cabbage, carrots, and buttered potatoes, and served with spicy mustard and a creamy horseradish sauce.

Off The Strip is adding some Irish flair to the menu with a Corned Beef Breakfast with two eggs ($19), Corned Beef with cabbage and red potatoes ($32) and Corned Beef Hoagie ($16) options, in addition to

Chayo is getting in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with a little bit of green everything – nachos, tacos, burritos, and beer. They’ll also have Guinness on draft for $8/$12 and Jameson or green Patron shots for $8.