Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Boise!


Break out your brightest green attire, fill your pint glass to brim and hit the town. It time to celebrate! Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Boise.

Mama Mia – Irish, no. Playing in Boise, yes! March 17th & 18th, Broadway in Boise presents Mama Mia at the Morrison Center for the performing arts. Tickets are $40.00 – $60.00. 208-426-1110. mc.boisestate.edu

Boise Brewing Company – St. Patty’s Beer Dinner and live music by Random Canyon Growlers. 208-342-7655.

Basque Style St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at the Basque Market. 608 W. Grove St. Boise. Corned lamb, braised carrots and cabbage, potato-onion croquetas, a side of mustard aioli and a glass of cider. Two seatings. Call for Reservations. 208-433-1208

Highlands Hollow Brewhouse – 2455 Harrison Hollow Lane. Boise Firefighters Pipes and Drums.

Johnny Lang at the Knitting Factory – 416 S. 9th Street, Boise. Known as an acoustic-electric soul-rocker who made his way into the music business at age 16. He has worked with: BB King, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Aerosmith and the Rolling Stones. His newest album Fight For My Soul will not disappoint. Tickets are $26.00. http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=5404465&pl=kfid.

Ha Penny Bridge Pub – 855 Broad Street, Boise. They have a clock that counts the days until St. Patrick’s Day and is a local Boise favorite.http://www.hapennybridgepub.com/image-hapenny-bridge-2