If you’re looking to get out this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, then attend some of the Albany area’s events! Or, if you’re Irished-out, enjoy plays, March Madness games, a concert, or even a cool train show. There are plenty of great options to check out.
St. Patrick’s Day Events – March 17
- St. Patrick’s Day Party at Slidin’ Dirty Troy: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Slidin’ Dirty Troy. Enjoy their exclusive day-drinking happy hour starting at 11 AM and indulge in special food and drink offerings from Wolf Hollow and Tully. While you’re there, listen to live bagpipers and the authentic Irish band, Toss The Feathers.
- St Patrick’s Day at ADCo: Looking for an amazing place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Join Albany Distilling Company on the 17th! There’ll be delicious food by DeFazio’s, March Madness playing all day, and awesome tunes spun by DJ Trumastr in the evening.
- St. Patrick’s Day at Power’s Inn & Pub: Head to Power’s Inn & Pub to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the right way. Enjoy an evening of live traditional Irish music and dance while savoring their one-night-only special menu featuring delicious dishes like Reuben egg rolls, Irish nachos, and corned beef & cabbage.
- St. Patrick’s Day at 30 Park: Dress in your greenest attire and spend your St. Patrick’s Day at 30 Park. Enjoy their traditional Irish dish, corned beef and cabbage served alongside boiled potatoes in buttery dill sauce. Savor delicious drinks and listen to the smooth sounds of Jacksland performing live.
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Through March 26
Experience a revolutionary moment with “Hamilton,” an amazing musical and cultural phenomenon! Head to Proctors Theatre to enjoy a modern take on the story of American founding father, Alexander Hamilton. This show has won Tony®, Grammy®, Olivier Awards, and more. You won’t want to miss this one!
13 Suits: A Mother’s Monologues
Join the Outer Loop Theater Experience for the Capital Region’s newest play, “13 Suits: A Mother’s Monologues.” Based on actual events, this immersive production is rich with emotion and insight into one woman’s journey through grief after tragically losing her son.
Get ready to experience “Mother (and me),” a powerful and dynamic one-woman show. This unique performance follows the story of a larger-than-life Hungarian Mama Rose, whose life begins waltzing into dementia. Don’t miss this memorable theatrical event at the Bridge Street Theatre this weekend.
2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball
- 1st Round – Session 1: March 17
- 1st Round – Session 2: March 17
- 2nd Round: March 19
Head to the MVP Arena this weekend to watch the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championship!
Dead On Live at Cohoes Music Hall
Experience Dead On Live’s exciting Cohoes Music Hall debut. Get ready to move your feet and groove along to the Grateful Dead’s best tracks, from early classics like “Beat It On Down the Line” and “Big River” to soulful tunes like “Ship Of Fools” and “Stella Blue.” Take advantage of this unforgettable night of dancing and fun.
Check out the Albany Train Show and spend the day exploring, learning, and discovering. From experienced collectors to those just beginning their journey, this show has something for everyone. See live working layouts or participate in a clinic showing how to make realistic miniature trees. Enjoy the great food on site and see what this show is all about.
2023 Adirondack Sports Summer Expo
Make plans for a high-energy weekend filled with sports, health, fitness, and travel exhibits at the Adirondack Sports Summer Expo in Saratoga Springs. All types of outdoor sports will be represented, and attendees will have the opportunity to talk with exhibitors to get information about upcoming events.
Paul Lewis on Piano at Union College Memorial Chapel
Hear incredible music by Paul Lewis at the Union College Memorial Chapel this weekend. Lewis has made a name for himself as one of the preeminent pianists of today, especially when it comes to performing works from German masters like Franz Schubert. Don’t miss your chance to witness this musician’s take on two captivating piano sonata programs.
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