St. Patrick’s Day in the Inland Empire

St. Patricks Day Inland Empire - Killarney's

St. Patrick, the great saint of green beer and senseless partying, will bestow a day of drinking fun upon the Inland Empire in early March! Want to know where the best St. Patrick’s Day parties in the Inland Empire are at? We’ve got your list.

  • Killarney’s St. Patrick’s Day – Riverside – Best of the Inland Empire

    • This enormous parking lot party will feature multiple stages, live bands, pipers, Irish dancers, Irish games, merchandise, outside bars, an ice luge and the Hangar 24 beer truck! It’s the biggest party in the IE. Avoid long lines by showing up early and staying inside.
    • The party starts with Keg’s -n- Eggs in the morning for a very reasonable price (~$25), with all you can eat and drink Packinghouse and Bootlegger’s brew from 8 – 11am. Live music starts in the morning and goes until the very late evening with a mix of Irish bands, local rock, pipers and DJ’s.
    • Killarney’s Temecula is also fun for a more all ages crowd, with Riverside being the young adult hot spot.
  • Insomniac’s Beyond Wonderland – San Bernardino – Best of the Inland Empire
    • Insomniac’s Beyond Wonderland is an enormous St. Patrick’s Day event that draws huge crowds from around Southern California for this top notch electronic music festival. A SoCal treasure for large festivals in our backyard of San Bernardino. Tickets start at around $75 and go up from there, but this event is worth every penny.
  • Hangar 24 Brewery – Redlands
    • Expect a live Irish band, a special beer release (Nitro Small Stout and an “Irish Coffee” Cask in past years), as well as food throughout the day and live music in the afternoon.
  • Salted Pig – Riverside.
    • A good place to check out for a nice bar, live music, drink specials, classy food and a place to sit down.
  • Los Angeles County Irish Fair & Music Festival – Fairplex in Pomona
    • Looking for a little “Luck o’ the Irish?” Maybe you’ll find it at the Los Angeles County Irish Fair and Music Festival at the Fairplex with numerous stages and thousands of performers. Even if you’re not Irish, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. They even promise the world’s tallest leprechaun!
  • Blue Mountain Beer Co. – Grand Terrace
    • Live music performers, festive food and fun.
  • Los Rios Rancho in Oak Glen
    • Evening event with live Irish music & dancing, lessons for those of new to Irish dancing, and traditional Irish feast of corned beef & cabbage. Tickets around ~$10 per person, with family discounts.
  • Wild Rocket – Redlands
    • Gastropub with downstairs pub and upstairs club, but don’t expect anything too classy from this fine dining establishment with promises of beer pong and flip cup games, as well as a best dressed Irish gal and guy contest to watch while you enjoy your Irish brunch or dinner. They’ve even had special Hangar 24 releases in the past.
  • Margarita Beach – San Bernardino
    • St. Patrick’s Day party and beer pong tournament in past years.
  • Dickie O’Neal’s Irish Pub – Palm Springs
    • Music, games, specials, food and much more!
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