St Patricks Day Pub Crawl Downtown Houston

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The Annual St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl is returning to Houston on Saturday, March 17th!

Early bird tickets are now available for the Official Downtown Houston St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl!

For the first time ever, Pub Crawls will take place in Downtown AND Midtown on the same day!

All information for the Pub Crawls are organized below. If you have any questions, please contact us on Facebook!

Tickets available

Located in Midtown and Downtown on March 17th, 2018 from 3 PM to 9 PM.

What your ticket purchase includes

- Drink specials including $3 Green Beers, $3 Drinks and $3 Shots at all participating bars in either Midtown or Downtown!

- Free Limited Edition St. Patrick's Day "Be Someone" Shirt

- Pub Crawl Wristband

- Pub Crawl Cup

- Pub Crawl Koozie

9 Downtown Bars

- Christian's Tailgate Bar & Grill

- Batanga

- Bovine & Barley

- Dean's

- Molly's Pub

- Lilly & Bloom

- SpringBok

- Casa Blanca Lounge

- Live Sports Bar & Grill

7 Midtown Bars

- Saint Dane's Bar & Grill

- Christian's Tailgate Bar & Grill

- Howl at the Moon

- Komodo Pub

- Community Bar

- The Maple Leaf

- Belle Station

Tickets available

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where and when do I check in?

Check in is from 3 - 5 PM.

For Midtown ticket holders, you can check in at Saint Dane's Bar & Grille, located at 502 Elgin Street.

For Downtown ticket holders, you can check in at Christian's Tailgate Bar & Grill, located at 1012 Congress Ave.

If you have the bundle ticket, you can check in at either location from 3 - 5 PM.

2. Do I need to bring a physical ticket?

Nope! When you purchase a ticket, your name is added to the attendee list. We will a list of people who purchased tickets with how many you purchased. You can bring your electronic tickets if you receive them, but you only need an ID or email confirmation to check in!

3. Does a ticket get me access to both Midtown and Downtown Pub Crawls?

The "Midtown" or "Downtown" tickets get you access to either the Midtown Bars or the Downtown Bars, but not both.

If you want to be able to go to both, the "Both Pub Crawls" ticket is only $5 more and will get you access to both destinations.

4. I already bought my ticket for one location but I want to upgrade to the bundle so that I can go to both- what should I do?

No problem- just message us on Facebook and we'll help you take care of it!

5. Where do I get my shirt?

We do not ship out shirts or tickets. You can pick your shirt up when you check in!

6. What time do I go to which bar?

We do not have a set schedule- you start at the check in point and are free to go move to each bar at your own pace.

7. I checked in with my phone number, but I didn't receive an e-ticket. What do I do?

If you put your phone number in when checking out, you won't receive an e-ticket. Don't worry! You only need an ID to check in, we will have your name on a list.

Tickets available 

Sponsored by: It's A Houston Thing/

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