The next best thing to being Irish? Being here.
Don’t wait until March 16th to get in the festival spirit and welcome the arrival of spring. Join us in Five Points on Sunday, March 3rd from 3:30-7:00pm for The Official Kick-Off to St. Pat’s in Five Points.
Don't miss your chance to help us turn everyone's favorite fountain green in celebration of all things green + Gaelic this spring!
On Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. there will be magic in the air on Devine Street in Columbia, South Carolina where one of the nation’s largest St. Patrick’s Day Festivals will begin its second event of the day, the St. Pat’s Parade.
The St. Pat’s Parade will assemble at Dreher High School and travel the Musical Mile down Devine Street into Five Points offering several blocks of public viewing. After entering Five Points, the parade will wind its way down Devine Street and up Saluda Avenue, returning to Harden Street at the Five Points Fountain and concluding near Food Lion.
Be sure to wear your green and get your Sham-Rock On at the St. Pat’s Parade! If you have any questions about the parade, you may e-mail Silvia Butler at email@example.com for additional information. Applications for parade units are being accepted until March 1, 2019.
Kick off the St. Pat’s in Five Points Festival with Columbia’s largest road race! Get to the Green features 10K, 5K and 1-Mile Family Fun Run events in which participants chase rainbows in pursuit of a pot of gold. Race registration includes a t-shirt, post-race refreshments and entry into the St. Pat’s Festival. Participants will also receive a commemorative finisher’s medal! Costumes and good luck charms are welcome. Top finishers and costume contest winners will be eligible for cash prizes!
Contact Jaime Lomas at firstname.lastname@example.org, Race Coordinator or visit www.GetToTheGreen.com for more information and registration details. Don’t forget – there are discounts offered for teams of five or more participants!
Celebrate all things green and Gaelic with your wee ones inside festival gates this year. Your little leprechauns are sure to think they’ve found the end of the rainbow on Saluda Avenue in this fun-filled area with balloon artists, kid- approved entertainment, rides, inflatable activity center, and a rock wall fit for a wee laddie. Parents are likely to think they’ve found the end of the rainbow here as well! Silly adults.. St. Pat’s is for Kids! Entry, rides, and activities are all free to enjoy!
Contact Anne Spencer Alexander at email@example.com for more information.
Grab your neon green and head to 800 block of Harden Street (by the College Street stage) for a little something special – the Silent Disco! Each person grabs a headset and gets to rock out all afternoon to awesome DJs.
You don't need a pot 'o gold to have a good time!
Miss the festival? Here are a few highlights to make you green with envy.
Does your company want to sponsor St. Pat's in Five Points? Contact Hope Roberts for more info!