As of March 11, the Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade, scheduled for March 14, 2020, has been canceled by the City and organizers. Learn more here.
Although the parade is canceled, several other events and activities are still scheduled to take place as planned. Be sure to check in on the specific event links below as updates are posted.
On Saturday, March 14, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m., celebrate St. Patrick’s day at Buckhead Saloon! Enjoy live music, food, and drinks, sun up to sundown.
From 8:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., join City Works for a breakfast buffet, green beer, and more at their St. Patrick’s Day party.
On Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, stop by the Commoner to start your weekend with a Kegs & Eggs brunch. Call (412) 230-4800 to make reservations.
Kicking off in The Wintergarden, Saturday, March 14, at 10 a.m., enjoy Irish eats, green beer, a bagpiper, DJ, live music from The Bachelor Boys and more.
Join Penn Brewery Downtown Saturday, March 14 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an outdoor beer cart, Irish music, and more 🍻
Fifth Avenue Place’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities have been canceled.
The Market Square St. Patrick’s Day festivities have been canceled, but stop by the Market Square businesses and restaurants to keep the fun going.
Olive or Twist’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration is canceled, but stop by for their normal hours.
Revel’s St. Patrick’s Day Party has been canceled and a refund will be processed for ticket holders. Revel, however, will be open for their normal hours this Saturday (7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.)
Steel City has many Irish-themed t-shirts for sale, like “Kiss Me I’m From Pittsburgh” and more!
Getting into and around Downtown Pittsburgh is a breeze. Learn the best ways to get into the neighborhood here.
Worried about parking? Use ParkPGH.org for real-time status of the garages before you arrive, or utilize the Port Authority’s Free Fare Zone to take the light rail system from various North Shore parking options.