If you haven't started planning your St. Patrick's Day beyond taking inventory of your green articles of clothing, don't panic. Below, we've compiled all the ways to celebrate on Saturday that won't cost more than $10, ranging from the St. Patrick's Day Parade to the Irish Festival to parties at Irish pubs like Fadó. Find them all below, and find even more events on our St. Patrick's Day calendar.

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The 1 Uppers, The Starjays, Muerte Men
Enjoy some toe-tapping country at Slim's, with the bonus of a sweet cover of "How Soon is Now?" thrown in for good measure from the 1 Uppers, with the Starjays and Muerte Men.
(Georgetown, $10)

Backyard's St. Patrick's Day Party
Post yourself at the Columbia City sports bar for a live performance by Z and Friends and other St. Patrick's Day festivities.
(Columbia City, free)

The Bridge St. Patrick's Day
Visit the West Seattle neighborhood joint for St. Patty's Day specials.
(West Seattle, no cover)

Burn Burn Burn, Lysolgang, Rat City Ruckus, Good Touch
Satan-loving punks and "Seattle hawt boyz" Burn Burn Burn will headline at the Kraken, with bill support from Lysolgang, Rat City Ruckus, and Good Touch.
(University District, $7)

Cowgirls Inc. St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Down green beer and shamrock shots alongside specials like corned beef hash fries, with a soundtrack by DJ Kipprawk.
(Pioneer Square, no cover)

Dolly & The DJ: Glitter & Green
Local queen Dolly Madison will put an Irish spin on her recurring show at the Lumber Yard.
(White Center, free)

Durable Goods, the Five Buck Band
Join the Durable Goods and the Five Buck Band for a night of rock at Whisky West that will possibly include some Irish tunes.
(West Seattle, free)

Gaelic Gays
Join the Gaelic Gays (a group of gay women who "get together to have fun on St. Patrick's Day") at Wildrose for a prize-bearing raffle drawing and dancing. Proceeds benefit Mary's Place.
(Capitol Hill, free)

HeartBeat Silent Disco
Get out your St. Patrick's Day jitters by slipping on a pair of headphones and dancing to a variety of tunes at the Orient Express from DJs Pressha, Xan Lucero, ILL DILL, Ocyris, and others.
(Sodo, $10)

Hillside St. Patrick's Day Celebration
At this cheap and cheerful celebration, drink $5 pints of Guinness, Harp, and Magner's, and get $1 off Irish whiskey all day. Plus, snack on free corned beef and Irish soda bread (while supplies last).
(Capitol Hill, no cover)

Ian Crawford
Local guitarist Ian Crawford (Panic! at the Disco, Never Shout Never) will play a free Saint Patrick's Day show at the J&M Café and Cardroom.
(Chinatown-International District, free)

Inferno
Wear green, drink green beer, and dance to DJ WildFire at Neighbours' St. Patrick's Day party for womxn and trans folks.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

Irish Festival
Jig and step dance your way to the Seattle Center's Irish Festival for live performances, food, Irish genealogy workshops, contemporary Irish short films, appearances from "Irish celebrities," and more. Some of the featured performers include the Carroll-Henderson, Crafton Street, Tara Academy, and Slieveloughane Irish Dancers, as well as Carragaline, Garret Heraghty, and other folk musicians.
(Seattle Center, free)

An Irish Goodbye
Join the Ould Triangle for a proper "Irish Goodbye" as they celebrate one last St. Patrick's Day with live music from the Jamesons, the Irish Lads, and Dublin Abbey, and corned beef and Irish stew served all day.
(Greenwood, no cover)

Lewd&Crued, Seattle Steel
Mötley Crüe tribute band Lewd&Crued and Judas Priest tribute band Seattle Steel will fill the Hard Rock with wild covers for St. Patrick's Day.
(Downtown, $10/$12)

Lucky Leprechaun Crawl/Dash/Dance
Come to the Octopus Bar for St. Paddy's drinks and food all day long, plus music from DJ Qreepz.
(Wallingford, no cover)

Paddy's Day at the Owl N' Thistle
We're not sure exactly what this St. Patrick's Day celebration will include, but it's a safe bet there will be beer, food, and live music.
(Downtown, no cover)

Shamrocks and Surfboards
Are surf bands a thing in Ireland? We're not at liberty to say. Regardless, join local bands Viking Surfers, Via Combusta, and Banzai Surf for some sunny vibes at Darrell's Tavern.
(Shoreline, $7)

SNAP! 90s Dance Party: St. Patrick's Day Edition
Remember when Y2K seemed like a scary way for the world to end? Return to those nostalgic times with the DJs of Trashy Trash and "party like it's 1999." Lo-Fi's SNAP! has been resurrecting last millennium's tunes since its debut in Portland in 2007. Each week features rotating guests like DJ Same Dna, MadMax, Introcut, Colin Jones, and Ben Meadow.
(Eastlake, $10)

South Sound Tug and Barge
South Sound Tug and Barge will play Irish tunes at Parliament Tavern with support from Sandi Fernandez, Don Rauf, Eden Greer, Adriane Greene, Kurt Einar Armbruster, and Zach Rourke.
(West Seattle, $5)

Speakeasy: St. Paddy's Day Electroswing
Get down to electro-swing at Nightjar with DJs OttoRockIT and Everfree, enjoy beer and shot specials, enter a "bar tab raffle," and take home St. Paddy's Day swag.
(Pioneer Square, free)

St. Paddy's Day at Park Pub
Come clad in verdant apparel for this St. Paddy's celebration, which promises brunch until 3, shepherd's pie and $5 Jameson shots all day, and maybe, just maybe, plenty of Irish beer.
(Phinney, no cover)

St. Paddy's Day Rawk-A-Thon with Hair Nation and Wicked Garden
At the High Dive, rock out to "highly melodic" performances by '80s hair rock band Hair Nation and Stone Temple Pilots tribute band Wicked Garden.
(Fremont, $8/$12)

St. Patrick's Day at Columbia City Ale House
Think fondly of rolling green hills while you feast on Irish classics like corned beef and cabbage, steak and Guinness pot pie, fresh fish in ale and dill sauce, and plenty of Irish beer. They'll have live Irish music all day, including a bagpiper at 6 p.m.
(Columbia City, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day at Conor Byrne
For the holiday, Irish pub Conor Byrne has a full lineup of food truck eats planned. Dig into a savory homestyle breakfast and brunch from the Skillet truck, then enjoy gastropub grub and carnival-inspired sweets from the Bread and Circuses truck and hot dogs from Dante's Inferno Dogs later in the day. Evergreen Irish Dancers will "literally kick off" the festivities, and Irish music will continue into the wee hours.
(Ballard, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day at Kate's Pub
Party like Ireland's foremost patron saint by dancing to live music all day long with the Dread Pirates, Max Hay, and Dysfunction Junction Bluegrass. There will also be food and drink specials, prizes, and games to keep you entertained.
(Wallingford, free/$5)

St. Patrick's Day at Melrose Market
The Capitol Hill market will celebrate the day with beer, oysters, Irish live music, "Irish-inspired noshes," and more.
(Phinney, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day at Shawn O'Donnell's
Ultra-Irish pub Shawn O'Donnell's will throw parties at all three of its locations: Everett, Fremont, and the Smith Tower. Come for Irish dancers, bagpipers, drums, a beer garden in Everett, and food and drink specials.
(Various locations, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day at Suite Lounge
Enjoy drink specials like green beer and Irish cocktails, plus $5 Tullamore Dew, $4 Guinness, $8 Guinness Car Bombs, and more.
(Bellevue, no cover)

St Patrick's Day at Tim's
Dance to live Irish music all day with Steel Beans, the Haggis Brothers, Belfast Bandits, X-Ray, Ol' Fashion Dept, and Haggerty & Healy. Stay energized with Irish booze and a corned beef and cabbage meal.
(Greenwood, $5)

St. Patrick's Day at Wilde Rover
Get in the Irish spirit with live performances from Celtic bands and pub rockers all day long. The lineup includes the Eastside Firefighters Pipes and Drums, Stark Raving Plaid, Shivering Denizens, Author Unknown, and Hipsters.
(Kirkland, $10)

St. Patrick's Day: Be The Legend
Get your Saint Paddy's Day whiskey at the Seattle location of coast-to-coast Irish-themed chain Fadó, where they say they'll be "going all out, all day with the best St. Patrick’s Day party in Seattle." There will be a cover after 12 p.m., with brunch until 11 a.m. and a screening of the Six Nations rugby competition—England, Scotland, France, Ireland, Italy, and Wales, will play—as well as live music all afternoon and night.
(Downtown, free/$10)

St. Patrick's Day Dance Party
Groove to tunes by DJ Lo Knows at Rhein Haus.
(Capitol Hill, free)

St. Patrick's Day Extravaganza at Bill's Off Broadway
Revel in the luck of the Irish with $7 Jameson shots, $8 Irish Car Bombs, and $7.75 Irish coffees, and a $9 turkey or corned beef Reuben.
(Capitol Hill, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day Hop-Head Bar-Hop
Hop enthusiasts can pick up a punch card and make stops at NW Peaks Brewery, Flying Lion Brewing, Hill City Tap House & Bottle Shop, and Columbia City Ale House to drink a pint at each. In lieu of a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, you'll instead snag some sweet free "hop-head swag" at the conclusion of your journey.
(Ballard, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day Parade
March down Fourth Avenue (starting at James Street and ending at Westlake Park) full of Irish spirit and decked out in green for the 46th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Washington State Attorney General (and Stranger crush) Bob Ferguson will serve as grand marshal.
(Pioneer Square, free)

St. Patrick's Day with Rippin' Chicken
Rippin' Chicken is a boogaloo/funk/dirty jazz/greasy soul trio that offers the juicy stylings of Delvon Lamarr on the B3 Hammond Organ, Ben Bloom on guitar, and Ollie Klomp on drums, plus additional special guests. This time around they'll play an extra funky set at the Blue Moon in honor of a holiday not especially known for its funk, St. Patrick's Day.
(University District, $8)

St. Patty's Day Scavenger Hunt
Assemble your scavenger hunt team of two or more people and show up at Ounces in the morning for the details, then spend 90 minutes combing West Seattle for clues. Once you're finished, return to the taproom and beer garden for Irish beer on tap and food truck fare. Bonus points for proper St. Patrick's Day garb and best team name.
(West Seattle, free)

St. Patty's in the Beer Garden
Grab brunch with Irish coffee in the morning or feast on bangers and mash and corned beef in the afternoon at the Maple Bar. There'll be a steady flow of Guinness on draft, Irish Dry Stout from Matchless or Irish Red Porter from Lucky Envelope.
(Maple Leaf, no cover)

St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Taqueria Cantina will have St. Patrick's Day food and drink specials all day long, including shots, cocktails, and beer—and tequila (because, in their words, "tequila goes with everything").
(Downtown, no cover)

St. Patrick's Weekend with Wages of Sin, Jimmy the Pickpocket and the Boys from the County Hell, The Crossroads Exchange
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend the Ballard way with a Sunset Tavern show featuring non-traditional genre blenders Wages of Sin, Jimmy the Pickpocket and the Boys from the County Hell, and the Crossroads Exchange.
(Ballard, $10)

Thin Lizzy
On St. Patrick's Day, Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham (who will also be celebrating his birthday) will spin an all-vinyl set at Lucky Liquor, with support from DJs Pick Me Up From Under the Table and Brian Foss.
(Tukwila, free)

Whiskey Mary
Irish band Whiskey Mary will play their festive jigs for a crowd of green-clothed people at Peddler (that means you). While you're there, sip a pint of green-colored beer.
(Ballard, free)