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Leprechaun-themed bar crawl held in Reno

The Leprechaun Crawl takes place in Reno on Saturday, March 11.
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What: Reno Leprechaun Crawl

When: Saturday, Mar. 11, 8 p.m.

Where: Downtown Reno

Tickets: $5

Info: http://www.crawlreno.com

It’s almost mid-March, which means it’s time to get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit — and Reno is the place to do it.

This weekend the city hosts a bar crawl themed after the holiday, and you won’t want to miss it.

“Like our other famous bar crawls, the Leprechaun Crawl is one night where it’s easy to have an epic night out! We’ve all had those times where we plan a perfect evening of partying with our friends, only to have it fall flat, ending up at venues with nothing going on or nobody to meet,” states Crawl Reno’s webpage for the event.

“Come out to the Leprechaun Crawl and you’ll find bars packed with awesome people, you’ll meet new friends and you’ll all have something in common because you’re dressed up for the same thing! Life is just better when you’re crawling,” continues the site.

The $5 admission fee gets you a commemorative cup and map so you know all the best places (over 25 of them) to hit up during the event.

Throughout the night, attendees get one $3 beer special, one $3 drink special and one premium special at each venue, in addition to free entrance at each featured club.

All the night clubs, bars and restaurants are in walking distance of each other, so you don’t have to worry about securing rides or getting tired. The crawl also features a photo booth, costume contest and no last call.

The St. Patrick’s Day-themed event begins at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 11, in downtown Reno.

Learn more online at http://www.crawlreno.com.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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