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Where to Party During St. Patty's Day Tomorrow

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Tomorrow is one of the biggest drinking/partying holidays of the year and definitely don't wanna be unprepared. So if you're looking for a place to suck down a little (or a lot) or green beer and sport a funky green hat, make sure to peep our exhaustive St. Patrick's Day Guide for a comprehensive list of all the celebrations happening tomorrow. For instance, punk legends Bad Religion will take to the stage at Tempe Beach Park for the St. Patrick's Day Celebration along with San Diego's Slightly Stoopid. (Click here for more details)

And for a rundown of some of the many Irish music shindigs happenning mañana, check out Michael Lopez's post from last Thursday.

Jason DeVore's newest project, an Irish rock out called The Bollox, will also be out and about for St. Pat's. Hit this link to read Kelly Wilson's preview from last week.

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