It's not a bummer that St. Patrick's Day falls on a Tuesday this year — it simply means the partying starts the weekend before, right? Right.
Thankfully, there's no shortage of entertainment to be had in Denver for this year's festivities. Tons of events are happening the weekend preceding St. Patrick's Day — which officially falls on Tuesday, March 17. Venues all across the Mile High will host a variety of concerts and events, leaving something for everyone.
Here are just a few events you should consider checking out:
Tullamore D.E.W. Presents O’Everyone (Info)
March 13-14 @ Union Station
This two day, pop-up experience — fittingly put on by Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey —will bring the ambiance of an authentic Irish pub to life while hooking attendees up with some sweet swag.
It will be the world’s first customizable Irish pub, taking the name of all who enter to display on the " storefront" for photo-ops and decking them out in a personalized shirt, all with a slight Irish touch. At the event, attendees can enjoy a Tullamore D.E.W. sample and take photos in the immersive pub setting while a custom St. Patrick’s Day shirt with their last name — preceded by an "O'" — is printed. This event is an absolute must.
Blake Shelton (Tickets)
Sat., March 14 @ Pepsi Center
Black Shelton's 2020 Friends and Heroes Tour will stop in Denver just in time for St. Patrick's Day. Shelton recently released his new album, Fully Loaded: God’s Country, in December 2019 before hitting the road in February 2020. The tour's stop at Pepsi Center will feature tons of special guests joining Shelton on the bill, including; Lauren Alaina The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, and Trace Adkins.
Adventure Club (Tickets)
Sat., March 14 @ Mission Ballroom
This special St. Patrick's Day event — officially and aptly titled Gold Dust Denver — is sure to be the ultimate dance party event of the weekend. Grammy-nominated EDM duo Adventure Club will headline the evening alongside tons of amazing artists, including; Trampa, Lucii, Luca Lush, NAZAAR, and Paws The Music.
Local Set - Last Nerve & Amanda Hawkins (Tickets)
Sat., March 14 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre Visitor Center
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre excitedly presents its 3rd annual Local Set Series with double the music and double the fun. Local Set is an intimate, indoor Red Rocks experience that features local Colorado musicians. Their March 14 set will feature music from soul/funk band, Last Nerve, and singer/songwriter, Amanda Hawkins.
Sat., March 14 @ Bluebird Theater
Lawrence — the brother and sister led eight-piece ensemble — will be bringing their sultry, soul-pop vibes to Denver the Saturday before St. Patrick's Day. The group has released a number of singles recently, including; "Casualty," "It's Not All About You" which also got a music video, and "The Weather." Joining Lawerence on the marquee will be Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers.
Tues., March 17 @ Bluebird Theater
Those looking to get down on St. Patrick's Day proper are in luck, with electronic/alternative superstar Elohim taking over the Bluebird Theater. This multi-faceted artist promises to bring a unique musical experience to fans. Elohim is currently on tour and after her Denver stop will continue on to the West Coast to finish a string of dates.