Tulsa’s no stranger to Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. The following are a few highlights:
Presented by RunnersWorld Tulsa, the annual St. Patrick’s Day Run 2022 is March 12 starting at 41st and Peoria.
Broken Arrow is bringing the fun with Shamrock the Rose District Festival.
“Join us March 12 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the heart of Broken Arrow’s Art and Entertainment hotspot, the Rose District,” says Debra Wimpee, the festival’s organizer. “To date, the event has raised over $80,000 for Soldier’s Wish as well as funds for the Pride of Broken Arrow and BA Football Booster Club.” The 3-block event is free, family-friendly and features live music, a craft beer garden and over 100 vendors.
Also on March 12, celebrate all things Irish at Claremore’s annual St. Paddy’s Party, centered around 419 W. Will Rogers Blvd., including live music, dance performances and more.
A cozy Irish tavern with an outdoor patio, Arnie’s Bar in downtown Tulsa’s Blue Dome is a great spot for some Harp, Killian’s, Guinness or other mug from an extensive beer menu, with happy hour specials from 2 to 8 p.m. daily. For more fun in the Blue Dome, an entire St. Patrick’s Day weekend of fun includes music, dancing and beers from James E. McNellie’s Public House. The event is held all day over a five-block radius with live music and local retailers.
On March 22, check out the Ross O’ Spillman St. Patrick’s Day Party and Fundraiser at the Greenwood Cultural Center, with musical performances including Jump Suit Love to benefit the Sandite Child Development Center.
“Come to historic Stockyards City on March 12 for the annual St. Patrick’s Parade,” says Debbie Harrison, executive director of Stockyards City Main Street. “This family friendly event is a celebration of the district’s western culture and Oklahoma’s Irish heritage.”
The parade starts at 10 a.m. with the herding Chain Ranch Longhorns down Exchange Avenue, along with all day fun of marching bands, equestrian clubs, bagpipes, food trucks, street performers and more.
On March 14, various St. Patrick’s Day parties are running in OKC, including the St. Patrick’s Day Parking Lot Party at Stonecloud Brewing Co. and other locations including The Collective, Angry Scotsman Brewing and TapWerks Ale House.
Check out St. Pat’s in the Park at Scissortail Park on March 14 for some family-friendly fun.
The St. Patrick’s Day Block Party also runs March 14 at Kong’s Tavern, along with a St. Patrick’s Day Party at Pretty Please Social Room. Additionally, Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Bar Crawl starts at Coyote Ugly Saloon.
Put A Cork In It Winery is hosting the Crafty Paws St. Patrick’s Day Edition on March 15.
The festivities continue March 17 with celebrations at R & J Lounge and Supper Club and Skinny Slim’s.
Located in the city’s Plaza District, Saints Pub is an Irish restaurant and features live entertainment and full bar.
For some college town fun, check out Norman’s O’Connell’s Irish Pub and Grill, the place to be St. Patrick’s Day.
Due to COVID-19, events are subject to change. Make sure to check individual listings for more information.