They Really Do Dye The River Green in San Antonio on St. Patrick’s Day, and you need to see it!

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St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated on the River Walk since 1968 as a joint project of the San Antonio River Walk Association and the Harp & Shamrock Society of Texas. This tradition continues today. Green Bud Light will be sold at the Arneson River Theatre along with Irish and other ethnic foods. Festival entertainment includes hilarious audience participation activities in between the musical entertainment including the Tater Tot Eating Contest, Lucky Dog Parade, and more. This FREE event is made possible by the Irish-loving folks at Bud Light. 

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DYEING THE RIVER WALK GREEN

March 14, 15 & 17, 1-3 p.m. starting at Mad Dogs British Pub (Dye boat includes bagpipers on March 14 & 15, and bagpipe music on 17th)

More Things To Do in San Antonio

Play

Natural Bridge Caverns offers traditional and wild cave tours, as well as a ropes course, zip lines, gem mining and a maze!

Click HERE for more things to do on the San Antonio Riverwalk!

You’ll love the peace and serenity of the Japanese Tea Gardens, and they’re FREE!

Eat

Durty Nellie’s Irish Pub is located inside the Palacio Del Rio, be sure and visit during Piano Hours!

Stay

The Hilton Palacio Del Rio and the Hotel Contessa both offer you amazing views with a great location for the parade!



The San Antonio St. Patrick’s Day River Parade and Festival

La Villita  418 Villita Street, San Antonio

Click HERE to visit their website.



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Michelle

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