St. Patrick's Day is a holiday in which green shoes, hair, beer and underwear are all encouraged! Don't get caught without wearing green on March 17th or you might just get pinched! If you're feeling really festive, here is a list of fun stuff to do in and around Bozeman this St. Patrick's Day weekend.

  • 1

    10K & Half-Marathon Run to the Pub

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    Each year, Pub 317 holds a Run to the Pub on St Patrick's Day weekend that draws thousands of participants. This year's race is on March 16th. Racers will meet at 9AM for Half-Marathon and 9:45AM for the 10K between North Rouse and North Bozeman on Main Street for the shuttle that will take them to the beginning of the race.

    Each runner gets a Pub Run T-Shirt, pint glass, one free beer, and a chance to win an all expenses paid trip to the Dublin Marathon!

    Runner's World Magazine recently voted this run the second best half marathon in the country!

    The race concludes across the street from Pub 317 on Rouse along with live music from bag pipes and DJ Missy O'Malley

  • 2

    Concerts

    March 15th

    Chelsea & The Ruckus at The Filling Station at 9PM

    10 Foot Tall & 80 Proof at Chico Hot Springs at 9PM

    The Diamonds at Stacey's at 9PM

    Killer In Me, Fallen is Babylon, Kadmin, and Marsram at The Zebra Cocktail Lounge at 10PM

    March 16th

    Rickshaw and M79 at the Filling Station at 9PM

    The Diamonds at Stacey's at 9PM

    Jamelution at JR's Lounge at 9PM

    Whitewater Ramble at The Zebra Cocktail Lounge at 10PM

    10 Foot Tall & 80 Proof at Chico Hot Springs at 9PM

    Michael Haring at Choppers at 5PM

    Cold Hard Cash at Choppers at 9PM

    Bad Betty at Pine Creek Lodge & Cafe at 12am



    March 17th


    Cure for the Common at The Zebra Cocktail Lounge at 9PM

     

    Cure for the Common
  • 3

    Terrain Park Jam at Bridger Bowl

    March 16th - Snowboarder Jam

    The Jam Competition begins at noon. There is a $10 entry fee and registration is from 8:30-10AM. Each participant will be judged on two runs through the slopestyle course

    March 17th - Skier Jam

    The Jam Competition begins at noon. There is a $10 entry fee and registration is from 8:30-10AM. Each participant will be judged on two runs through the slopestyle course

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  • 4

    Butte St. Patrick's Day Parade

    March 17th

    Thousands from all over Montana venture to the streets of Butte for the iconic St. Patrick's Day Parade. The blood of the Irish runs deep in Butte making it one giant festive party.

    The parade begins at 11AM after Mass at St. Patrick's Church which begins at 8AM. The parade leaves from Mercury Street in uptown Butte and continues East on Mercury Street to Wyoming Street, then it turns North onto Granite Street and then West onto Montana Street and then South onto Mercury where it continues until it ends on Dakota Street.

    Last year was one of the biggest the parade had ever seen with over 100 entries in the parade lineup. Don't forget to wear your best green!