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From Facebook (obviously … because I wouldn’t have used all the uppercase letters; I also would not have used the symbol for the suit of clubs in place of a four-leaf clover)
♣♣♣The St Paddy’s Day Party at Eclipse!♣♣♣
Friday, March 16, kick off your holiday weekend and come dance with us!!
VJ Canaan spins open format party dance music!
[Hip Hop, Top 40, EDM, Retro Classix, & more!]
♣ FREE SHOTS FOR EVERYONE WEARING GREEN!
♣ $20 BOTTLES OF GREEN CHAMPAGNE!
♣ $1 GREEN BEER 6-9PM!
♣ TONS OF OTHER HOLIDAY DRINK SPECIALS!
♣ Eclipse will be bathed in lucky green light!
Venue information: ♫ Eclipse Nightclub ♫
►Great Sound, Large Dancefloor, & an Amazing Lighting System!
►Full Liquor Bar, plenty of FREE parking, & Outside Smoking Patio!
Happy Hour 6-9pm!! No Cover 6-9, $5 after 9pm!
Hours: 6pm til 2am (VJ start at 9) – ►21+ to Enter w/ valid ID!◄
Address: Eclipse – 4219 St Johns Ave – JAX FL
Where the music matters! – Like, Share, and Invite your friends!! ♥
From Facebook (with a few grammatical corrections by yours truly)
Jax Food Truck Food Court and Friends of Hemming Park team up to present the Second Annual St Patrick’s Day Takeover with cold beer and premier food trucks serving up all your favorite foods.
Make a day of it! The Hemming Park area is surrounded by amazing things to do! Before or after your St. Patrick’s Day feast, make sure to visit:
Sweet Pete’s Candy
Jacksonville Public Library
Wolf & Cub and many more!
Food trucks include:
The Happy Grilled Cheese
Eddis and Sons
Manny’s Cuban Food Truck
Fusion Food Truck
Son of a Butcher
Team Love Seafood
Le Petite Cheri
Front Porch Kettle Corn
Funnel Cake Queen
Join us in Historic Riverside for this year’s St Patrick’s Day Block Party on King Street. We are excited to announce that we are expanding the party down the street and in the green space located next to The Garage will be open again this year featuring live music, food, a full bar, games and more. Jameson, Guinness, and Red Bull will be there doing loads of cool giveaways all day.
Here are the details for each location:
The Garage will be the first to open its doors at 11 a.m. to get your St Paddy’s Day started right. They’ll have green beer, Irish music, cornhole & Giant Jenga patio games and great eats available until 3 a.m.
King Street Green Space (behind The Garage)
The space will open at noon with live music with Ciaran Sontag, Matt Henderson and more TBA. There will be several full bars, giveaways, games, hot dogs, nachos & more.
Bearded Buffalo Brewing Co.
The latest addition to the King Street District and Jacksonville’s craft brewery scene, Bearded Buffalo features 35 local beers on tap plus a great menu with New York-style pizza, calzones, wings and more.
Opens at 11 a.m. with Irish whiskey, Irish heart and Irish Rock n Roll.
Our St Patrick’s Day Dance Party kicks off at 5 p.m. with DJ Josh Kemp spinning all your favorite party anthems so you can dance like a leprechaun!
Whiteway Deli & Tavern
St Patrick’s Day in Jacksonville’s oldest deli and tavern. Enjoy classic deli sandwiches, burgers, handcrafted cocktails and more 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.!
theLOFT and Rogue are 21+. All other venues are all ages.
The Root Ball is a benefit for Greenscape of Jacksonville, produced by The Late Bloomers Garden Club.
Tying the event in with St. Patrick’s Day will add another level of fun, Dooley says. Irish musician/songwriter (and Jacksonville transplant) Brendan Doherty, will perform traditional Irish songs as well as original songs from his last album, “Feels Like Home,” which Irish Music Magazine’s Seán Laffey said, “If you need a label to describe his style, think John Denver at his very best.” Doherty will be accompanied on fiddle by Philip Pan, former concertmaster for the Jacksonville Symphony and member of Canary in a Coalmine. Pan currently performs with folk/rock band Folk is People and Mariachi Primera Costa.
The festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. with cocktails, festive food, music, dancing and a silent auction featuring a variety of original artwork, fine wines, gift baskets, a putter autographed by Arnold Palmer and a catered yacht cruise on Innisfail, an impeccably restored 1930 Mathis-Trumpy motor yacht that hosted several U.S. presidents.
Attire is “green casual.”