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St. Pat’s in Five Points Columbia

Saturday, March 19 @ 7:30 am - 7:00 pm

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Celebrating 40 years in 2022!

Steeped in tradition, this year’s event will be no different! Whether you’re wanting to enjoy the parade with your family, jam to live music with friends, or get your kids in on the fun, there’s something for everyone at St. Pat’s in Five Points! 

St. Pat’s in Five Points celebrates all things green and Gaelic, welcomes the arrival of spring, and promotes the businesses in the Five Points village. Our festival is also the Midlands’ largest annual street festival and the biggest one-day St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the Southeast!

St. Pat’s in Five Points was established in 1983 by Five Points merchants and other local businessmen to increase the visibility of Five Points businesses when Columbians were leaving town to go to Savannah for their week-long St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Today, the festival is put on and managed by the Five Points Association (FPA) with assistance from a committee formed by individuals within the Columbia community.

The FPA will continue to embrace its marquee event, with a focus on Irish authenticity, diverse band selection and quality special events throughout the day.

 

– SCHEDULE OF EVENTS –

Get to the Green
5K/10K and 1-Mile Family Fun Run

9:00 A.M.

 

Festival Gates Open

10 A.M.

 

St. Pat’s Parade

11 A.M. – 6 P.M.

 

Pot O’Gold Playland

12 P.M. – 7 P.M.

 

Live Music!

Green + Harden Stage 

  • Blues Traveler | Co-headliner | Best known for their mid-90’s top 40 singles “Run-Around” + “Hook” — you can expect a mosh posh of blues, folk, soul, and southern rock.
  • Big Something | Rock, punk, pop, funk, and a little bit of everything, this alternative rock band is from Burlington, NC.
  • Villa*Nova | From Columbia, this band brings elements of funky pop + rock into a hypnotic hybrid. Check out their latest single, Vipers they released last year.
  • George Fetner and the Strays | This Cola-native, nine-person band is known to be fun while playing soulful, southern rock with a twist of rhythm + blues.
  • The Stews | Rock band from Auburn, AL

Harden + Blossom Stage 

  • Surfaces | Co-headliner | Come March 19, you’ll be feeling good, like you should. Come on, with over 7,000,000 streams, we know you know this one.
  • The Nude Party | This six-member band from NC is coming with a glam-boogie rock sound.
  • The 502s | And we quote, “undeniable rays of Florida sunshine, spreading joy one rambunctious folk song at a time.” 
  • The Lottery Winners | Expect British accents + indie-popish sounds.
  • Stranger Company | From Columbia, this rock n’ roll, electric bluegrass core band specializes in improvisation.

Saluda + Devine Stage 

  • Lainey Wilson | This singer-songwriter + country singer from Louisiana describes her music as bell-bottom country — country with a flare.
  • Corey Smith | From Jackson County, GA, this singer-songwriter guitarist is no stranger to the Southeast region.
  • The Vegabonds | This band met while attending Auburn University and are described as gritty, twangy, southern rockers.
  • Yesterday’s Wine | This country duo has performed with Kid Rock, Alabama, and Mumford and Sons. They also double as singer-songwriters who wrote for Zac Brown Band + Luke Combs.
  • Ashley Wright and the Vance Gap Ramblers | Husband + wife duo based out of Columbia, this group is considered folk + performs around town.

Home Team BBQ Stage 

  • Sourwood Honey | An old-time, folky string band that plays banjo ballads and blues.
  • Jake Duby | Originally from Lexington, KY,  This DJ + producer plays mashups of EDM. He’s played festivals like Lollapalooza + EDC Orlando.
  • The Ramblers | Jam out to some southern rock n’ roll.
  • Danielle Howle and the Tantrums | This SC folk artist, poet, and storyteller recently worked with Mark Bryan, of Hootie and the Blowfish for her recent release “Something Better Now.”
  • The Soul Mites | No strangers to Five Points in the ’90s, this funk, rock and soul band returns to the stage for the first time since their 2018 25th anniversary show.
  • Little Bird | Charleston-based rock band, Little Bird meshes blues and pop into dreamy music landscapes.

Fountain Stage 

  • DJ Prince Ice | Local radio DJ with WWDM (The Big DM), this voice might sound familiar to you after 30 years on the Soda City airwaves.
  • Fatrat Da Czar | Cola-based hip-hop artist whose name is synonymous with the genre throughout South Carolina.