Celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day in Calgary

In Calgary, your Saint Patrick’s Day can be as action-packed as you want it to be. You can start early with breakfast in the pub and keep going all day.

Or, if you like things a bit quieter, head to the Calgary Farmers’ Market, followed by a stop at Crave to pick up a dozen Bailey’s cupcakes, which are available only once a year. Either way, make plans to head out and enjoy the music, dancing, food, and atmosphere.

The Irish Cultural Society of Calgary’s Saint Patrick’s Day Party

The ICS is hosting a fun-filled day of Celtic music and Irish dancers, starting at 4:30 p.m. on March 17. All are welcome and tickets, which are available at the door, are $10 for non-members and $5 for members.

James Joyce Irish Pub

Come for some of the best Irish food around, including Irish potato boxty, lamb stew, and shepherd’s pie. Entertainment will be provided by the five-piece Celtic band Fraid Knot. The pub fills up fast on March 17, so consider buying VIP tickets ahead of time.

Saint James Corner

All-day drink specials, live fiddlers, Irish dancers, $5 Guinness pints, and food features are all planned for March 17. Doors open at 10 a.m.

Ship & Anchor Pub

Live music starts at 11 a.m. and features Bitterweed Draw, Fire Next Time, the River Jacks, and the Shillelaghs.

Ceili’s Modern Irish Pub

With three locations in Calgary, Ceili’s offers options on March 17. Doors open at 11 a.m. and the festivities include bagpipers, Irish dancers, and traditional Irish food and drinks.

Calgary Farmers’ Market

There will be Irish music, dance, and fiddlers all day, plus the usual in-season produce, including beets cabbage, carrots, and potatoes.

Willow Park Wines & Spirits All Things Irish

Celebrate the luck of the Irish by sampling some of their best beers, whiskeys, and liqueurs.

Crave Cupcakes

They only have them once a year, so stop by on March 16 or 17 for their famous Bailey’s cupcakes.

Storage Mart and Saint Patrick’s Day Events in Calgary

At StorageMart, we’re proud to be a part of the communities we serve and, like everyone else, we’re always Irish one day a year.

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!