Baton Rouge – A City Known As One of the Best St. Patrick’s Day Destinations

Wearin' of the Green has been POSTPONED. It will NOT roll on March 14, 2020. This article will be updated when new dates are announced.

Baton Rouge never expected what started in 1906 as a small cultural celebration to turn into one of the city’s most highly anticipated events of the year. The Wearin’ of the Green St. Patrick’s Day Parade is now enjoyed by nearly one hundred thousand locals and visitors alike, who descend upon Louisiana’s Capital City of Baton Rouge ready for a green, good time.

Arts and Crabs Festival

Crabmeat au gratin, crab cakes benedict, crab bisque, marinated crab claws…do we have your attention yet? It’s no secret that Louisiana is home to some of the best food in the country. With its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, there’s always a supply of fresh, local seafood perfect for cooking both new and classic Louisiana recipes. Pair delectable cuisine with top-notch art and rockin’ live music, and you’ve got the makings of a textbook Louisiana Saturday night.

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