Five Brampton St. Patrick’s Day events worth checking out this week


Published March 16, 2022 at 11:40 am

After two years of lockdowns, Brampton’s bar crowd will likely be looking for a place to throw back a couple bevvies on St. Patrick’s Day.

Here are some local Brampton St. Patrick’s day events to keep your blarney stone busy on Thursday (March 17).

Crown and Lion Brampton

The Crown and Lion is sure to fit the bill for anyone looking for a pub experience on St. Patrick’s Day. With live music from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., an Irish dancers performance and prize draws, the staff at The Crown and Lion say they’re eager to welcome guests back for a night out.

Jake’s Boathouse

Looking for some live music but too busy for a night out on Thursday? Jake’s Boathouse in Brampton will be ringing in St. Patty’s a few days later with a live performance from Orangemen on Saturday.

The Brampton Irish Centre

The Brampton Irish Centre will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day over multiple days with a flag-raising ceremony at Ken Whillans Square at 10 a.m. on Thursday and a St. Patrick’s Day mass at St. Marguerite d’Youville Parish on Sunday, followed by transportation to and from the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Toronto.

City Hall

For those not so interested in green beer, the Brampton City Hall will be holding a family-friendly event in honour of St. Patrick’s Day with a flag-raising and catered reception, including a live musical performance, Irish dancers from DeVoy Academy and even a leprechaun or two.

The flag festivities get underway at 10:00 a.m.

The Rose Brampton

Feeling a little more British Invasion than Luck o’ the Irish? Then Classic Albums Live at The Rose Theatre might be the night out you’re looking for with a live performance of Led Zeppelin’s debut album. A band of professional musicians will play the seminal record from cover-to-cover, featuring hits like “Dazed and Confused,” “Good Times Bad Times” and “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You.”

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