St. Patrick’s Day in San Antonio is more than a holiday, it’s a virtual event.
With most of the numerous bars scattered all over this Texas-sized city celebrating the luck of the Irish in some fashion. You won’t be without an option. Although, if you desire for something different other than drinking, check out one of the great concerts and shows happening in the Alamo City in-and-around St. Patty’s Day.
March 21 @ 7 pm
Aztec Theatre -- 104 N. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio, TX 78205
Jeezy is his name, and he’ll bring a taste of Atlanta to the Alamo City right after the St. Patrick’s Day festivities wind down. Jeezy is among Atlanta hip-hop royalty, and his style continues to thrill fans all over the country, including in San Antonio. In fact, Jeezy is the perfect artist to keep the St. Patty’s Day party going, so don’t miss “The Snowman” chill out the Aztec Theatre when his Cold Summer Tour makes a stop in the 210.
Romeo Santos with Victoria La Mala
March 25 @ 8 pm
AT&T Center -- 1 AT&T Center Pkwy., San Antonio, TX 78219
The “King of Bachata” will dance his way into the hearts of San Antonio revelers this Spring. Romeo Santos, who is currently on tour, will bring his electrifying show to the AT&T Center on March 25, and this is a show that you don’t want to miss. Listening to Santos is one thing, but seeing him live is an experience that will blow your mind, in a good way.
March 9 @ 8 pm
Gruene Hall -- 1281 Gruene Rd., New Braunfels, TX 78130
In South Texas, there are concert music venues, and then there’s Gruene Hall. This historic music venue sits on a perch all by itself, and on March 9, this place will be jumping when outlaw country legend Shooter Jennings pays a visit to give St. Patrick’s Day revelers a grand show, South Texas style.
March 14 @ 6 pm
Alamo City Music Hall -- 1305 E. Houston St., San Antonio, TX 78205
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Sitting in this warehouse on the Eastside of San Antonio is one of the city’s best music venues. The Alamo City Music Hall is an awesome place to here awesome music, and this is the perfect place for the Architects to bring their Doomsday Tour to the masses in the 210. If you’ve never seen the Architects in person, for a nice treat for St. Patrick’s Day, you should.