2021 St. Patrick’s Day Events in Coastal Virginia

Busch Gardens St Patricks Day
Photo courtesy of Busch Gardens Williamsburg

While the local favorite Ocean View St. Patrick’s Day Parade is canceled again, many area businesses are still able to host a variety of events this year. From live-streamed performances to events for the whole family, here are some ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Coastal Virginia this year.

Current Events

March 19–20: Search for the Shamrocks

Chincoteague Island will host a free, socially distanced scavenger hunt during this two-day event. Pick up a playing card and visit participating business to solve the clues in order to win prizes.

ChincoteagueMerchants.com

March 19–21: St. Patrick’s Day High Tea Tasting

The Stillwater Tea House invites guests for a St. Patrick’s Day high tea. Tasting highlights include Irish delights with a Southern flair and three different teas for each course.

StillwaterTeaHouse.com

March 20: The Lepre-Cornhole Charity Tournament

Enjoy a fantastic day of cornhole, ciders, food and entertainment at Sly Clyde Ciderworks in Hampton. Sign up for the Lepre-cornhole tournament. Registration includes three guaranteed games, a drink ticket and discounts on select cider.

Facebook.com/SlyClydeCiderworks

Until March 28: Busch Gardens St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day all month long with an all-new, limited-capacity special event. Enjoy the park’s decorated villages, your favorite rides and coasters, classic pub fare and live entertainment.

BuschGardens.com

Previous Events

March 12: St. Patrick’s Day with Glasgow Kiss

Celtic music ensemble, Glasgow Kiss, takes the stage at The Vanguard Brewpub and Distillery in Hampton for a free performance.

TheVanguard757.com

March 12–13: Shamrock the Burg

The Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg’s annual fundraiser, Shamrock the Burg, will feature curbside pick-up at Culture Café. Purchase a traditional Irish dinner or a seven-course Irish meal that includes a six pack of Alewerks Superb IPA.

WilliamsburgKiwanis.org

March 12–17: GMCC’s “Luck O’ the Irish”

The Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic is hosting “Luck O’ the Irish,” an online auction and traditional Irish dinner to-go prepared by Waypoint Seafood & Grill. The auction opens Friday, March 12 and closes on Wednesday, March 17. Dinner pick ups are on Saturday, March 13.

GMCareClinic.com

March 12–19: Shake Your Shamrocks

Brass Cannon Brewing in Williamsburg is celebrating St. Patrick’s fun for a whole week with drink specials, live music and the annual release of The Golden Malarkey.

BrassCannonBrewing.com

March 13: Walk, Talk, Taste: Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with a “Green” Tour

Exercise your body, mind and tastebuds with Shored Up in downtown Hampton. Walk two miles along Hampton’s waterfront and learn about Hampton’s unique ecology along the way. The ticket purchase includes a local brew and bowl of soup from Chef Temeka at Bull Island Brewing Company.

Shored-Up.TicketLeap.com

March 13: COVA St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Ocean View’s COVA Brewing Company will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a day of live music, food trucks and local vendors. Imbibers can visit the PourMyBeer beverage wall for festive green beer.

COVABrewCo.com

March 13: Leprechaun’s Revenge

For one night only in Chesapeake, Frightmare transforms into a terrifying St. Patrick’s Day-themed experience. Minors must be accompanied by someone 18 or older.

Facebook.com/ExperienceFrightmare

March 13–21: Waterside District St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with kegs and eggs, green beer, delicious eats and Irish entertainment. Norfolk’s Waterside District will have a number of food and drink specials, as well as live music.

WatersideDistrict.com

March 17: Poisoned Dwarf St. Patrick’s Day Concert

The Hampton History Museum is offering an alternative to going out on St. Patrick’s Day with an hour of time-honored Irish music from Poisoned Dwarf. The performance, part of the museum’s Virtual Front Porch Music Series, will be live streamed on Facebook Live at 7 p.m.

Facebook.com/HamptonHistoryMuseum

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