Spending St. Patrick’s Day in Palm Springs or the Coachella Valley? Here’s where you can celebrate on March 17 with green beer, corned beef and cabbage, live music, and more – with our guide to St. Patrick’s Day parties in the desert.   

Flogging Molly (March 16)

The seven-piece Celtic punk band from Los Angeles led by Irish vocalist Dave King is set to perform on March 16 at 8 pm at the Cabazon casino. The band is known for hits like “Drunken Lullabies,” “The Kilburn High Road,” and “Seven Deadly Sins”

Tickets start at $45.

Get more info here.

Coachella Valley Brewing

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The local brewery is extending their hours on St. Paddy’s Day (11 am to 10 pm) and will be serving up $4 Green Kolschellas and $5 Chavelas – plus they’ll have live music, giveaways, and food by KUMA.

Get more info here.

Draughstman

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The Palm Springs spot will host live music and offer up $3 green beers and $5 Jameson shots from 11:00 am 5:00 pm.

Get more info here.

Big Rock Pub

The Indio spot will feature a performance by bagpipe player Marine Sandpiper, the sak band Spankshaft, and Irish rockers the California Celts – with music starting at 6 pm.  Tickets are $10 with portions of the proceeds going to Loving All Animals!

Get more info here.

Shamrocks

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The downtown Palm Springs Irish Pub has not posted their St. Paddy’s plans yet, but it is the first year of an Irish Pub being downtown, so, just a guess here, it should be quite crowded.

Get more info here.

O’Caine’s

Speaking of Irish pubs in the desert, it looks like O’Caine’s in Rancho Mirage (by the Gelson’s grocery store) has opened.

Get more info here.

Sunnylands

The Rancho Mirage estate is hold free concerts every Sunday in March – which includes St. Patrick’s Day.  Celtic Quake will perform from 11 am to 1 pm with Celtic instruments and pub sing-alongs.  You can bring a chair, blanket, and food and drink – but no ice chests or booze.

Get more info here.

Stuft Pizza

Both the La Quinta and Palm Desert locations will serve St. Patrick’s Day specials all day – including a Rueben Sandwich for $12, Irish Stout braised corned beef and cabbage for $15, and more.

Get more info here and here.

Palm Canyon Roadhouse

Their 12th annual St. Patrick’s Day party starts at 11 am and runs through close. The Palm Springs spot will be serving corned beef and cabbage, Guinness Irish Stew, Irish tacos (?), potato leak soup, and green jello shots for a buck.

Get more info here.

Other Events:

Village Pub: The Palm Springs bar will have 4 DJs, a live band, and 4 dance floors, along with green beer and a midnight money drop.  More info here.

Paul Bar: The popular Palm Springs bar is adding corned beef and cabbage to their menu.  Get more info here.

Augustine Casino: The popular buffet will add corned beef and cabbage to both its brunch and dinner offerings on March 17.  Get more info here.

Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage:  The new sports bar, 360 Sports, will have Irish food specials, as will the Grand Palms Buffet and Waters Cafe.  The casino will also have a “Lucky Leprechaun” walking around giving out chocolate coins and green beads to Paradise Rewards Club Cards members playing slots.  Get more info here.

Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs: The newly renamed downtown Palm Springs casino will also have roaming “Lucky Leprechaun” with chocolates and beads.  The Oasis Buffet will serve house-made corned beef and cabbage for both brunch and dinner.  Get more info here.

Have a fun and safe St. Patrick’s Day in Palm Springs!  And, please, always drink responsibly.

More events will be added as they come up.  Something we should know about?  Let us know about it here.


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