The Ultimate St. Patrick's Day Playlist
If you're celebrating St. Patrick's Day this weekend, we've got the playlist for you!
Is it just us, or are we feeling a little...green these days? Ah yes, that's right: St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner! Falling on Monday, March 17th this year, many folks will be celebrating the annual Irish holiday over the weekend, whether it's checking out local Celtic festivals or simply bar-hopping for a round or two of some green beer (which we are not too fond of, tbh). Make sure you're sporting various shades of green on Monday, because you know the rule: if you're not wearing green, you get pinched!
Naturally, with all of the St. Paddy's Day excitement around town, we thought you'd need a Spotify playlist to accompany your Irish celebrations. From Taylor Swift to Coldplay to Katy Perry, some of pop's biggest stars have songs about good luck charms, pots of gold and double rainbows -- so check out the track list and hit play this St. Patrick's Day!
2. Pot Of Gold (ft. Chris Brown) ♪ The Game
3. The Lucky One ♪ Taylor Swift
4. Green Eyes ♪ Coldplay
5. Drink A Beer ♪ Luke Bryan
6. Whiskey In The Jar ♪ Metallica
7. Irish Celebration ♪ Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
8. Lucky Charm ♪ Keith Urban
9. Dublin Blues ♪ Guy Clark
10. 4 Leaf Clover ♪ Erykah Badu
11. Double Rainbow ♪ Katy Perry
12. Drunk Last Night ♪ Eli Young Band
13. Drunken Lullabies (ft. Rick Ross) ♪ Flogging Molly
14. The Dirty Glass ♪ Dropkick Murphys
15. Another Irish Drinking Song ♪ Minions
Don't have Spotify? Listen to our playlist off YouTube!
What songs will you be blasting this St. Patrick's Day? Let us know in the comments!
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