STL Weekend Event Guide: March 13-16

Jessica
3698 days ago.

The weekend events in St. Louis from Thursday, March 13th through Sunday, March 16th.

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st. pats day St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown St. Louis: It starts with the St. Patrick’s Day run at 9am, then continues with the parade at 12pm (my 2nd favorite parade in St. Louis), and continues with a bar crawl down Washington Ave. Check here for the parade details, and the St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl info is under Saturday’s events. You can also check-out Tigin for all day live music in a heated tent.

Date: Saturday, March 15th
Time: 12pm
Place: Starts at 18th and Market

tigin St. Patrick’s Week at Tigin Irish Pub: Tigin is hosting events all week long, starting tonight with the Perfect Pint contest at 8pm. $100 to the winner, free pints for all involved. Tuesday is Super Paddy’s Pub Quiz, an Irish trivia night starting at 8pm. Wednesday is Tullamore Dew Whiskey Dinner night. Tickets are $35 and include a 4-course dinner and whiskey tasting. Friday is Guinness Sampling night from 7-9pm. Then there’s Super Saturday. Stop by before the parade for a pancake breakfast. There will be a heated tent and live music all day. Bloody Mary Sunday will include a special brunch of “Biscuits and Gravy and a Bloody Mary” for $10 until 3 pm. Finally, Monday, the official day, will include “Pints and Pancakes” from 8am-11am. $5 cover all day and includes pancakes plus live music all day in a heated tent.

Date: Monday, March 10 – Monday, March 17
Time: All week
Place: Tigin Irish Pub – 333 Washington Ave

stray rescue Stray Rescue’s Guest Bartending Charity Event: Guest bartenders will be behind the bar at Tigin Irish Bar pouring pints to benefit Stray Rescue of St Louis. Matt Vorst will be guest bartender and Those Guys will be providing live music. Donate to Stray Rescue at the door and your first pint is on the house! No cover, but donations are suggested.

Date: Thursday, March 13th
Time: 7pm
Place: Tigin Irish Pub – 333 Wash Ave

hhh Handmade Happy Hour: Version 3.14: 3.14 also known as Pi, Handmade Happy Hour will be celebrating Pi Day (March 14th) with another fantastic event. Browse a selection of family-friendly, handmade, locally sourced and ethically imported goods while you sip Skinnygirl wine and enjoy light bites from The Nest and other local pie and pizza spots. 100% of proceeds from a $5 suggested donation will benefit The Coolfire Foundation.

Date: Friday, March 14
Time: 5-9pm
Place: The Nest – 10440 German Blvd

sxscity SXSCity: A Weekend of STL Bands, Beers, Print, Record Stores and Radio: Off Broadway is hosting it’s own music festival right here in St. Louis. Check out some of the best music St. Louis has to offer. Friday: Jungle Fire, Mikey Wehling and the Reverbs, Jason Hutto and Ransom Note. Saturday: The Blind Eyes, Jon Hardy and the Public and DJ sets from KDHX’s Jeff Herss and bobEE Sweet. Sunday: Bagheera, Jedi Nighties, Cree Rider, Karate Bikini and Tommy Halloran’s Guerilla Swing. The event is sponsored by: Urban Chestnut, 4 Hands Brewing, Schalfly, and Jameson. Tickets are $7 on Fri & Sun, $10 on Sat.

Date: Friday, the 14th – Sunday, the 16th
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Off Broadway – 3509 Lemp Ave

irish St. Patrick’s Events in Cottleville: The Cottleville Run for the Helmet 7K or 2-mile fun run begins at 8am by the Fire Station. After the run is the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which starts at Cottleville Pkwy & Weiss Rd. There is a free shuttle to take you to and from the parade. Head over to Exit 6 Brewery afterwards for a St. Pat’s Day party.

Date: Saturday, March 15
Time: Run: 8am, Parade: 12pm
Place: Cottleville, MO

confluence-trash-bash Confluence Trash Bash: Great Rivers Greenway and Trailnet are inviting area residents to join them in their fight to clean up the rivers and creeks within the Confluence Greenway and the Missouri/Mississippi River watersheds. The Confluence Trash Bash is one of the region’s largest river cleanups. Volunteers will be provided a free t-shirt, bags, and gloves, courtesy of MSD. At noon, participants will return to their respective starting location for a celebration and free lunch. Prizes will be awarded to volunteers who find the weirdest, biggest, and most expensive trash.

Date: Saturday, March 15
Time: 8:30am
Place: 4 locations: Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, Bangert Park, Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex, Creve Coeur Lake

girls night out Girls Night Out Gala: An event to celebrate women of all ages and stages of life. The Girls Night Out experience begins when you and your entourage arrive and strike a pose for the paparazzi. Strut your stuff on the red carpet and show St. Louis what you are made of. Then enter into a girls’ world… everything from the elegant decor to the fantastic music will light up the night. Mouthwatering appetizers, desserts and a candy display await. Tickets are $50 and include admission to a premiere STL event Swag Bag filled with GNO surprises, appetizers & beverage service, one raffle ticket for the chance to win one of over a 100 fabulous gifts, candy bar, unlimited event photos, the ultimate shopping experience, and more. They’re giving away a $25 off at Face & Body Spa if you buy your ticket today.

Date: Saturday, March 15
Time: 7-10pm
Place: America’s Center – Downtown

st-practice-pub-crawl-landing-02 St. Patty’s Day Pub Crawl: The 2nd annual St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl through downtown St. Louis. Crawl through 8 Wash Ave bars for free drinks and drink specials. Participating bars are: Over/Under (check-in), Flamingo Bowl, Hair of the Dog, Lucas Park Grille, Rosalita’s, Side Bar, Flannery’s, and Lola. Tickets are $20 and include free drink tickets, drink specials, and a St. Patrick’s Day medallion. They will also be hosting a photo hunt where you can win cash prizes.

Date: Saturday, March 15
Time: 12pm-6pm
Place: Wash Ave – Downtown

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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